Third Thursday of the Month. Doors open at 6:00 pm meeting starts at 6:30 pm.
The Pasco Republican Executive Committee welcomes you to our new website. This website was built with you in mind and we are still adding to the site in order to make it more interactive and informative. We have been asked by many people how they could get more involved with the Republican Party in Pasco and this site has answers for you.
If you would like to be a part of a social/political club where like-minded people meet and share thoughts, ideas, and solutions, please see our “Republican Clubs” page by navigating to “Get Involved” at the top of this page and then click on “Republican Clubs”. If you would like to be a part of the Republican Executive Committee as a Precinct Committeeperson navigate to the tab at the top of the page “Get Involved” and then click on “Join the REC”. On the “Join the REC” page we explain the functions of Precinct Committee people and provide you a link to complete the necessary forms. The completed forms can be brought to our monthly meeting which is every third Thursday of the month and is held at either The Church at Myrtle Lake (2017 Reigler Road in Land O’Lakes, FL 34639) or The Clubhouse at Timber Greens (6333 Timber Greens Blvd, New Port Richey, FL 34655). The doors open at 6:00pm and the meeting starts promptly at 6:30pm.
Precinct Committee members are the true backbone of the Republican Party in Pasco County and can be very impactful by canvasing their precinct to get information out, helping with registration efforts, and by finding other Republicans that would be interested in becoming more involved.
Thank you for stopping by our page. If you have any comments or suggestions regarding the website please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
James Mallo, Chair
Republican Party of Pasco
Why I am a Republican Woman in Pasco and Celebrating the 100 Year Anniversary of the 19thAmendment
Republican women in Pasco are a diverse group. We are married, single, mothers and women without children. We are businesswomen, stay-at-home moms and home-schoolers. We are young, middle-aged, and senior citizens. We seek to have our government be effective and efficient and promote opportunities that help women of all ages be productive and even successful as individuals.
We seek to be independent, not reliant on a government that can never be a substitute for our own strengths and determination. As Susan B. Anthony (Founder of a Woman’s Right to Vote) so aptly put it, “There is not a woman born who desires to eat the bread of dependence, no matter whether it be from the hand of father, husband, or brother; for anyone who does so eat her bread places herself in the power of the person from whom she takes it.”
We are women concerned with our community, state and country and want the place we call home to aid us in our endeavors to nurture our children and provide educational opportunities that will provide them with the tools they will need to become successful adults.
We want a government that provides a measure of safety and security but allows us to defend ourselves and property as well.
We are women who believe in individual responsibility, and as free thinking individuals, we know that we are responsible for the consequences of our actions.
We stand firmly on the belief that our rights are granted by the Creator and that our consent to be governed is not permission to trample on or deny those rights. We expect our elected officials to uphold the Constitution and respect our freedoms.
We are women who believe that America is the land of opportunity and that opportunity is made possible by a free marketplace which is the essence of freedom itself.
Women gained the right to vote with the 19th Amendment that reads: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.” Republican Women in Pasco know that we do not speak for all women, but stand united to ensure that women who share our values have a voice that is magnified and can be heard not only locally, but at the state level and Washington D.C. as well.