The Republican Party of Washtenaw County



This is the official website for the Washtenaw County Republican Party.

If you're dismayed, disgusted, even outraged by what is happening to Washtenaw County – and Michigan, and America – under Democrat rule, join us!
We are organizing and mobilizing grassroots leaders in all 151 precincts in Washtenaw County – and yes, we need YOU!
Our mission is victory in 2024, and beyond. Join the campaign!
 

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Featured Article: Energy Monopoly/Dark Money Groups 


In this installment, we will provide our perspective on Dark Money donations to Democrat Groups pushing for renewable energy mandates to profit monopolies....

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Extremist Spotlight: Rep. Jennifer Conlin


Washtenaw Republicans are pleased to release informative fliers exposing the record of partisan extremist, Rep. Jennifer Conlin, whose district includes northern Washtenaw County. To view the flier and find source notes and more information about Jennifer Conlin's record, click here.

We will be knocking on doors in her district on Tuesday, August 15, and other dates TBA. For more information and to join us, RSVP here.



Fourth of July Parades a Success!


Thank you to our volunteers who distribute hundreds of pieces of literature (and candy!) to parade-goers in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti Fourth of July parades.

We have a booth at several upcoming summer fairs in Washtenaw County. To view the events and RSVP to volunteer, click here.

Statement on Presidential Nomination Rules Change


“This is a win-win-win plan that reclaims our national delegates, allows for full public participation in the process, and ensures that Michigan will be important in what could be the most compelling Presidential election in our lifetime.”

Read the full statement here.

Extremist Spotlight: Rep. Regina Miller


Washtenaw Republicans are pleased to release informative fliers exposing the record of partisan extremist, Rep. Regina Miller, whose district includes part of southeast Washtenaw County. To view the flier and find source notes and more information about Regina Miller's record, click here.

We will be knocking on doors in her district on Saturday, June 17, at 3pm. For more information and to join us, RSVP here.



The Debt Ceiling That Truly Matters – Any Room Left On Your Credit Card?


The drama, and perhaps all the feigned trauma, of debt ceiling jousting concluded with the debt ceiling raised yet again. We have had 100+ debt ceiling raises since 1917, when the law was created. It’s a vital tool to assist Congress in its Article I constitutional authority providing oversight of the Executive Branch, notably the Treasury Department’s issuance of debt.

The work that truly matters must be brought forward: getting the US economy to grow at rates we have traditionally enjoyed. These growth rates have allowed our nation to prosper to levels not enjoyed anywhere else at any time in recorded history. We will take an in-depth look at the debt picture of the US consumer, particularly Generation Z.

The economic picture at Main Street USA matters far more to us than political games that matter only to the Beltway and its corporate media shills. Regrettably, the recoveries from the Financial Crisis and post-pandemic have been tepid at best. We estimate the annual cost from the lack of growth at over $10,000 per person, pain felt by all.

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Lincoln Day Fundraising Dinner 2023 a Smashing Success


Our annual Lincoln Day Dinner tradition finally returned, and it was a complete success, with over $30,000 raised and a full house, including 7 tables of high school and college students, to hear keynote speaker David Barton, founder of WallBuilders.

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Our New Headquarters Are Open!


Thanks to our generous supporters, we have opened a new, expanded office and have regular hours when you can stop by and get involved.

Visit us at our new HQ at 3025 Boardwalk Dr., Ste. 90, Ann Arbor (just off the State Street exit from I-94).

Hours By Appointment - Call (734) 972-9224


There are many ways to get involved and make a difference in our county. To learn more, click through this website, visit our social media pages on Twitter and Facebook, and let us know how you'd like to help.