2017 Lincoln-Reagan Event!

We are excited to invite everyone to our 2017 Lincoln-Reagan Day Event on Wednesday, February 22nd.   Congressman Don Bacon will be our featured guest and keynote speaker here in Lincoln. 


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Leirion Gaylor Baird Can't Be Trusted!


January 29th, 2017


J.P. Sabby

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Leirion Gaylor Baird Can't Be Trusted!

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Chairman Updates!

Dear Friend -- 

It is my pleasure to personally invite you to our Inaugural Celebration this Saturday, January 21st from 7pm-11pm at The Gala. Please join us in celebrating our great victories in 2016 and help us kickoff our efforts for the 2017 election cycle.  

Our featured speakers will be our 2017 City Council candidates Councilman Roy Christensen, Colonel Tom Nesbitt, and Brayden McLaughlin. Tickets for attendance start at $50 along with sponsorship levels of $100, $250, and $500. Every penny you contribute goes into our field and mail operations supporting our great candidates and defeating Leirion Baird.

Sponsorships can be purchased in advance here!

Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance here!

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Inaugural Party & 2017 City Election Kick-Off!

Come on over and celebrate the swearing in of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump.  The event will be held on Saturday, January 21st from 7:00 - 11:00pm @ The Gala (2602 Park Blvd, Lincoln)  For the first time in over eight years Republicans will control the White House and Congress.  It's time to be excited about the direction of our country.   

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January Meeting 2017

Dear Friend --

Start the new year off right and get involved with the Lancaster County Republican Party.  We are devoted to making our county, state and country better from the ground up. By getting involved in the Lancaster County Republican Party, you will be supporting the values of limited government, individual liberty, and personal responsibility that will ensure a prosperous future for ourselves and our families.     

We need YOU to help us promote these values in 2017 as we enter a new city election season.  This spring we will be voting for new people to sit on the Lincoln Airport Authority, School Board and City Council.  

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Support Councilwoman Lamm's City Charter Amendment!

We need your help in supporting the City Charter Amendment proposed by Councilwoman Cyndi Lamm by attending the public hearing this coming Monday December 19th at 5:30pm. 

Our current budget process does a disservice to the taxpayer.  This proposal will improve our budget process by encouraging more collaboration and cooperation between the mayor and the city council.  Overall, it will provide for more transparency and checks and balances.  These are important things to the taxpayer.     

Click on this link to read the proposed City Charter Amendment.

If you can't make it please contact your City Councilperson and tell them to support Cyndi Lamm's Charter Amendment.

Lincoln City Budget Hearing Monday August 8th

This is just a quick note to remind you to take action on the Lincoln City Budget.

Tomorrow, August 8th, the Lincoln City Council will have a hearing on the Mayor's proposed budget and changes by City Council members. The changes by Council members were done to avoid an increase in the city property tax levy.  We urge you to testify at the meeting and remind the City Council that you have been taxed enough already.  The hearing starts at 3:00pm.  

At the very least, please contact your City Council Members about your thoughts. They want to hear from you.  

The official vote on this ordinance is scheduled for Wednesday, August 10th.


LCGOP Condemns Mayor Beutler's Veto


(Lincoln, NE) – Yesterday, Mayor Chris Beutler vetoed the recycling ordinance and held a press conference, calling members of the Lincoln City Council shortsighted, non­-transparent, and fiscally irresponsible. Yet the Mayor failed to include all of the facts in his press conference.

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Keep Recycling in Lincoln Voluntary!

On Monday, July 25th, the Lincoln City Council had a hearing on Mayor Beutler's new recycling ordinance. (see video below)  The LCGOP Executive Committee believes recycling should remain voluntary in Lincoln.  We urge you to contact your City Council Members about your thoughts.  They want to hear from you.   The official vote on this ordinance is scheduled for Monday August 1st.

Here are several things to consider:

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Mayor Beutler Playing D.C. Politics!


June 9, 2016 


J.P. Sabby


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Mayor Beutler Playing Politics with Lincoln's Budget!


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