425 S. Bowen #1, Longmont
[The building just SOUTH of the American Legion, facing Bramwood].
Hours this week M-F 10:00am-1:30pm Tuesday 10:00am-5:00pm 303-443-6606
Please call first in case no one can be there during these hours!
Call to Action!
quick reference: New Gun ordnances in Boulder County, breakfast meeting, perspectives, Kevin Sipple Celebration, PCPs
With the murder of children and teachers in Uvalde, TX, cities in Boulder County are queuing up to "do something" which means pass legislation related to the weapon used. Click here to read the story out of Denver.
  • banning the sale and possession of assault weapons
  • banning magazines containing more than 10 rounds
  • raising the firearm purchasing age from 18 to 21
  • outlawing open and concealed carry in sensitive places like hospitals, schools and places of worship
  • instituting a 10-day waiting period to purchase a firearm
  • requiring firearm dealers to post signs outside of their stores explaining the dangers of firearms
The following cities/towns have their agendas set for this week and I've linked them below.

Louisville meets on Tuesday June 7 and you can click here for their agenda. These ordinances are on 2nd reading which means ready to be passed. You can also email the entire Louisville city council at council@louisvilleCO.gov. Emails are available for public review.
Lafayette meets on Tuesday June 7 and you can click here for their agenda. These ordinances are on 1st reading so there is a little more time to be heard. You can also email the entire Lafayette city council at clicking here. Emails are available for public review. You can submit a written form by clicking here.
Superior meets on Tuesday June 7 and you can click here for their agenda. This is a change in code and I can't tell if they are ready to pass these or not. I would assume they are ready to go. You can also email the entire Superior Town Board at townboard@superiorcolorado.gov. You must email by 12:00 noon on Monday June 6. Emails are available for public review.

Let's not forget Boulder.
Boulder meets on Tuesday June 7 (still online only) and you can click here for their agenda. These ordinances are on 2nd reading which means ready to be passed. You need to sign up to speak. Click here for directions. You can also write to the entire Boulder city council on an online form by clicking here. These written communications are available for public review.

Republicans do have answers regarding school shootings and it does not include turning thousands of law abiding citizens into criminals. See below in the "Learn" section of this Call to Action.
Tuesday June 7 at 6pm Perspectives 101 will have Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolf and Susanne Fürst talk on The Truth is No Defense.
Keep Colorado Free & Open and Perspectives101 jointly host Austrian author Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff and Austrian Member of Parliament, Susanne Fürst, international freedom fighters, regarding the chilling parallels between Europe and current events in the US. Please share this invitation with family and friends. Special recognition for folks who bring guests, especially guests under 30 years of age! Doors open at 5:30 and the presentation begins promptly at 6:00 pm. There is no charge, but a plate will be passed for the church and to help cover the speaker costs of travel and lodging.
You can register on eventbrite by clicking here.
Wednesday June 8 (the 2nd Wednesday), Monthly Morning Meeting is at 7:00am at the BOCOGOP hq 425 S Bowen St #1 in Longmont. Join Louis Llanes - author of Financial Freedom Blueprint https://www.pathtorealwealth.com/shop-books

  • Inflation is sky rocking. Your savings, investments, and retirement are being attacked everyday and are at risk. We invited a world-class financial expert to speak on your financial freedom.
We lost a good friend in April, Kevin Sipple. There will be a celebration of Kevin's life on June 12th from 4pm-6pm. If you knew Kevin, you were a friend.

There will be a cash bar and pot luck meal. Location will be the American Legion in Longmont.
In light of the potential Supreme Court decision we will be collecting donations to pay for the hall and also to donate to Boulder Pregnancy Resource Center.
June 11 - 4-6pm.
Precinct Committeepersons (PCPs) are the backbone of our drive to promote solidly conservative candidates, to encourage and rally our neighbors, and to get out the vote in the coming elections.
Indeed, forging a strong PCP network is a widely-recognized strategy for banding together and regaining our voice on the county, state and national levels.

Please meet with us to find out how you can lead as a PCP, or on a smaller scale as a Block Captain. There is much good we can accomplish, but we must organize and we need your help!
When: 4:00 pm, Saturday, June 11 Where: 2973 Breakwater Dr, Longmont Please call Geoff (541-499-8929) or Joe (303-818-1278) if you have questions
Boulder County Republicans have been invited to participate in a monthly event at the Boulder Public Library, 3rd Wednesday of every month, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm in the Boulder Creek Room, by an organization called Living Room Conversations

They connect people across divides - politics, age, gender, race, nationality, and more - through guided conversations proven to build understanding and transform communities. 

Topics on the website range from Mental Health, to Abortion, Cancel Culture: Free Speech and Accountability, to Guns and Responsibility. Perhaps we can bridge some divides and enlighten a few with calm conversation.

The Facilitator is Annie and can be reached at annie@livingroomconversations.org Candidates are welcome, from Boulder and Longmont and CD2, as is anyone interested in participating in a discussion in a relaxed setting. 
June 16th at 4pm at BCR headquarters join the awesome group of poll watchers to prepare to watch this primary election.
Poll Watcher Training
425 S Bowen St Suite 1.
SAVE the DATE! August 20th for the Boulder County GOP Lincoln Event! Stay tuned for details.
How is your money put to use within the Boulder County Republican Party?
These emails, the office, caucus materials, elections, website, candidates themselves, the Liberty Road Show and more! We're always looking for better ways to get the word out so please share your ideas too - but of course these too tend to cost something. By becoming a "member" of BCR you are investing in all of this! Join for at least $15/month and receive a few benefits back directly to you too.
Regarding School Shootings
Below is a series of articles regarding Our Killing Schools.

Before we can fix the problem, we must first identify and understand its deepest causes.
Part 1. Defining the Problem

Part 2: Progressive education and our killing schools

Part3: Nihilism and our Killing Schools

It's great to figure out the deepest causes but what can be done now?

Click here to read about FASTER, a program for teaching Faculty/Administrator Safety Training & Emergency Response (FASTER). This could be done now with cost to the schools.
Click here to read Jon Caldara's column regarding armed school staff. And see below Laura Carno on Fox News talking about FASTER.
June Primary: Boulder County Voters: Have you moved recently or were you impacted by the Marshall Fire*? Ballots will be mailed to active registered Democrats, Republicans, and Unaffiliated voters beginning June 6 for the primary election. Make sure we have your correct mailing address by checking your voter registration https://www.coloradosos.gov/voter/pages/pub/home.xhtml  

Please see our Information for Voters Displaced by the Marshall Fire page for details.  

Ballots for the June 28 Primary are mailed to all eligible voters beginning June 6. Here are the details: Registered Democrats will receive only the Democratic Party ballot. Registered Republicans will receive only the Republican Party ballot. No other parties are holding primaries. See the list of Democratic and Republican ballot candidates

June 6 is the deadline to switch party affiliation if you want to vote in a different primary. However, due to printing deadlines, if you change your party affiliation after May 25, 2022, you may receive the party ballot for your former party affiliation in the mail prior to receiving your new one. 

You can vote and return one ballot and ballot must match your current party affiliation. By law, unaffiliated voters will be mailed both major party (Dem and Rep) ballots but can only vote and return one ballot. To receive just one ballot, unaffiliated voters may pre-select a ballot preference in their voter registration.  

Important Dates: 
May 25 Preferred deadline to make changes in your voter registration record, though sooner is better!
June 6 Last day for voters who are affiliated with a political party to change or withdraw their affiliation if they wish to vote in a different party’s primary for the June Primary Election. This is also the day that ballots are mailed to Democratic, Republican, and Unaffiliated voters. 

Note: due to printing deadlines, if you change your party affiliation after May 25, 2022, you may receive the party ballot for your former party affiliation in the mail prior to receiving your new one. Please tear and discard / recycle your old party ballot. If you vote and return it, we will not be able to count it, nor will we be able to count the new party ballot if both are returned. You can vote and return one ballot and ballot must match your current party affiliation.  

June 28 Primary Election Day Ballot drop-off and voting services available 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. to be counted. Colorado does not have a registration deadline. You can register to vote up through and including Election Day.
I understand people had a GREAT time at the Western Conservative Summit this year!

Filed under media miscreants the Denver Post was denied a press pass after their inaccurate coverage from last year.
WOW - I have seen a LOT of neighborhood Meet and Greets for candidates in this primary season! Congratulations to all of you becoming more involved.
These are simple ways to help your favorite candidates get more exposure to those they want to represent.
Feel free to reach out to any campaign if you'd like to hold a gathering of friends and neighbors! You can find candidates by clicking here.

Be Bold!
There continues to be a Saturday Rally from 1-2pm at 6th and Main in Longmont on the East side of the street. The signs have gotten raunchy so be aware.
State Level
To find your state legislators, click here and enter your address in the search field on the map.
Regular Government Meetings

Meetings may or may not be held online so click through the links to see before you show up.

Boulder County Commissioners Meeting
Usually Tuesday and Thursday at 10:30am
Click here to confirm and to see if an agenda is available.
1325 Pearl Street

City of Boulder
Usually meets the first and 3rd Tuesday.
Click here for their calendar
Click here for their online agendas (look to the bottom of the page)

City of Lafayette
5:30pm every 1st and 3rd Tuesday each month at City Hall. Click here to find online agendas.
City of Longmont
Tuesdays at 7pm 3-4 weeks per month. Click here to find online agendas and make certain they are meeting. All public invited to be heard this week.

City of Louisville
Generally the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7pm. They meet at 951 Spruce Street in the Library meeting room. Click here for where you may find the agenda each session.

Town of Erie
The Erie Board of Trustees meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 6:30 pm in the Town Hall Board Room located at 645 Holbrook Street. Click here for agendas.

Town of Nederland
The Board of Trustees for Nederland meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Click here for an agenda when available.

Town of Superior
6:00 pm, Second and Fourth Mondays of each month at 124 E Coal Creek Dr (Superior Town Hall)
Click here for agendas.
Save the Date
Steamboat 14th Annual Freedom Conference and Festival. Beaver Creak August 26-27

TPUSA is holding a Young Women's Leadership Summit in Dallas June 2-4. The speakers look amazing! Click here for more information or to get tickets.
TPUSA is holding a Student Action Summit in Tampa, FL July 22-24. Click here for more information or to get tickets.
  • These Calls to Action are not sanctioned by anyone.  Not the RNC and not the BOCOGOP either, though they give me this platform to use and will kick me off if I misuse it.
  • I create this.  If you send me items to post, I may edit it, or I may not.  I appreciate it when things are sent because I cannot keep track of all that goes on in Boulder County!   
  • The amount and thoroughness of these has only to do with how much time I have to spend on it and has nothing to do with the importance of an event.  Half the time I send this out and then notice 3 more items that you might have been interested in as well.  
  • I assume this is not your only place to retrieve this sort of information.  
  • And finally – I write conversationally – in other words, not well.  ;-)
Thank you for your time – and thank you for your continued support for everything that goes on in Boulder County!
Terri Goon
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