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We are happy to report that the Hocking County Republican Party has a new headquarters at 8 East Hunter Street in Logan.
Huge thanks to the Women’s Republican Club for securing and funding the headquarters. The women’s club is taking monthly pledges to offset the costs of rent and utilities. Open hours will be posted in the near future.
You are invited to the Hocking County Republican Party Annual Spring Dinner on Tuesday, March the 29th at 6 p.m. at the Olde Dutch Restaurant.
We are pleased to have US Senate Candidate, Mike Gibbons, US Senate Candidate, Mark Pukita and Hocking County Commissioner candidates, Jeff Dickerson and Jessica Dicken, along with others, as our speakers.
Tickets are $25 at the door.
Denise Whalen, current Vice President of the Hocking County Republican Party and the President of the Hocking County Women’s Republican Club is running for Logan City Council, President. She is unopposed in the upcoming general election.
Secretary of State Frank LaRose will be our keynote Speaker at our annual Spring Dinner. Tickets are $25 per person and may be purchased in advance or at the door. The event will be held in the lower level of the Olde Dutch Restaurant in Logan, Ohio on Monday, March the 29th at 5:30PM.
The Hocking County Women’s Republican Club is hosting a non-partisan community event to raise awareness of human trafficking. The event is being sponsors by members of the community. The public is welcome. There is no cost to attend.
The Hocking County Republican Party held its Fall dinner, October 8. Lt. Governor Jon Husted was the keynote speaker. The Lieutenant Governor spoke on several topics including job growth and an significantly improved business environment in Ohio. He spoke to recent firearms legislation proposed by the Governor sharing with attendees that the legislation would not include Red Flag laws or Universal Background Checks. Husted also shared several issues that Ohioians are largely unified on, one of which is opposition to a single-payer healthcare. In addition to the Lieutenant Governor speaking, area candidates introduced themselves and spoke, two of which are Ohio House of Representatives candidates for the 78 district, Pickaway County Commissioner, Brian Stuart and business owner and Pastor, Bobby Mitchell. Stuart and Mitchell will be contending for the Republican candidacy in the March 17 primary. Ohio Senator Tim Schaffer spoke on the need for commonsense legislation in the Ohio Senate. Jim Robison and Fred Hawk gave an update on the Logan City Council’s efforts to address city issues. County Commissioner Gary Waugh spoke on County projects including sewage systems and the new county jail. Chairwoman Hiles shares her hope of opening the 2020 Republican Headquarters in the summer. She emphasized how each county Republican working together in the 2020 election is vital. The event was well attended. Many thanks to all who came out to support the Party.
The Hocking County Republican Party along with fellow elected officials; Prosecutor, Ben Fickel, City Treasurer, Jen Fickel and Judge, John Wallace supported the 2019 Hocking County Fair Junior Livestock Sale with a its’ purchase of a Grand Champion Goat!