Happy New Year Everyone.

The election is over, the new members of the Colorado House and Senate have been sworn in, and the new members of Congress and the US Senate have been sworn in, as you no doubt have seen.  

While it has only been 2 months since the election, it is only 22 months until the next election, and we are looking forward to building up our membership and participation.
We will be resuming our monthly luncheons, with the next Rifle luncheon on January 14th, featuring our newly re-elected sheriff, Lou Vallario, at noon at Fiesta Guadalajara.  The Glenwood Springs luncheon will be on January 29th, at 1130 at Vic’s Route 6.
An announcement for the biannual re-organizational of the Garfield County Central Committee is attached, and everyone is invited.  It will be on February 4th at 6pm at the Garfield County Commissioner’s hearing room, in Glenwood Springs.
And, lastly, our Lincoln Day Dinner is scheduled for February 28th at the Ramada Inn, so save that date.  More on that later.
Thanks for all of your help this last year, and I hope that we can count on all of you for the coming year.
David Merritt
Glenwood Springs, CO 

Lou Vallario – Featured Speaker – Rifle Luncheon

Join us at Fiesta Guadalajara to chat with Sheriff Lou Vallario who will be addressing issues concerning Garfield County and to keep us up to date about the Sheriff’s office.

Where: Fiesta Guadalajara 1214 Access Road Rife Co 81650

When; Wednesday January 14th
Time: 12:00 Noon


Rob Glassmire – Featured Speaker – Glenwood Luncheon

Rob GlassmireJoin us at Vic’s Route 6 Grill House to chat with Rob Glassmire, our newly elected County Corner, who will fill us in on changes to the department.

Where: Vic’s Route 6 Grill House 51701 Hwy 6 & 24 GWS Co 81601

When; Thursday January 22
Time: 11:30  AM

Get Out and Vote!

All Colorado voters registered to vote at their current address will receive a ballot by mail.
Ballots will be mailed to voters the week of October 14
Eligible voters can register to vote through Election Day, Tuesday November 4Coloradans have options for voting:
Vote by mail
Drop your mail ballot off
Vote in person




Pototo Days Parade 2014

A big shout out to the Garfield County Executive Committee for the great job they did on the Pototo Days Parade. And a huge thanks to the candidates that came out and walked with us as well as all the family members that helped and supported us!

Garfield County GOP Luncheon Glenwood Springs


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