The Clarion County Republican Committee has a headquarters at 505 Main Street, Clarion, PA. Persons interested in information on the November election candidates, as well as literature and advertising signs for those Republican candidates, can stop by our new office.
The headquarters is scheduled to be open Monday thru Friday 11 AM until 5:30 PM; Saturday 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM; closed Sunday except Sunday November 6 until the election, and persons who wish to contact the office may call 814-319-2744.
We are looking for volunteers to help staff the headquarters. If you are interested in helping staff the headquarters, please contact Cindy Curran, CCRC Secretary, at firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a special invitation to party faithful to visit the CCRC headquarters on Saturday, October 1st starting at 9 AM, where a light breakfast will be available and where various candidates are expected to mingle with the crowd before the big ALF parade that starts at noon.
CCRC Chairman Rick Rathfon said the campaign headquarters “is but a part of our effort to get the message out concerning this year’s general election, which on the national level may shape the destiny of our country for decades to come. While most of the attention is focused on the presidential race between GOP standard-bearer Donald Trump or Democrat Hillary Clinton, there are key races for U.S. Senate, State Senator, two U.S. Representatives who have portions of Clarion County in their respective districts, and state representative. Incumbent Congressman G.T. Thompson of State College and Mike Kelly of Butler represent the Fifth and Third Congressional Districts, respectively.
For U.S. Senator, our Republican incumbent seeking election for a second six-year term is Pat Toomey, and incumbent State Senator Scott Hutchinson of Oil City joins Clarion County’s own Representative Donna Oberlander in seeking new two year terms for their respective offices.”
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CCRC Presidential debate party
The Clarion County Republican Committee is hosting a Presidential Debate Party on Wednesday, October 19 at Clarion Oaks Golf Club in Oak Tree Lounge & Restaurant from 8:00 PM till 11:00 PM.
The debate starts at 9:00. Cash bar for soft drinks, beer, wine and mixed drinks. Attendees are welcome to bring a snack to share. Bring your friends and enjoy the camaraderie of like minded individuals.