Member Dorothy Kistler talking with Congressional Candidate Star Parker

How many times have you heard the Republican Party described as The Party of ‘No’? My sense is that due to our party’s need to remain steadfast on a number of issues, along with how the media portrays our responses, this inaccurate picture has emerged. Rather than abandon our convictions, let’s change the perception and help prepare the environment for Republican candidates to win elections. We can do this by preparing and communicating solutions before we are asked to weigh in. Providing educational and involvement activities is at the core of LBRWF’s mission: Our mission is to develop trained activists and community leaders through a series of educational and involvement activities. Our individual focus should be knowing the Republican platform well, communicating solutions effectively and often, and registering citizens as Republicans who are also willing to carry out these tasks. In Long Beach, a combination of Democrats, Independents, Declined to States, as well as the apathetic resident, dominate. The perception of the Republican party needs to change and LBRWF members can help. Let’s make it The Party of Problem Solvers.
~Tina Thompson
President, LBRWF

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Our mission is to develop trained activists and community leaders through a series of educational and involvement activities