This Monday, we welcome Alabama’s Commissioner of Agriculture, Rick Pate. We will meet at Martha’s Place, located at 7730 Atlanta Highway. Run by Montgomery’s own Martha Hawkins, the buffet at Martha’s Place features her legendary recipes, which attract a devoted following from all over the South. Dinner starts at 6:00 p.m., and the meeting begins at 6:30.
On the eve of opening day, RCCA is bringing you a preview of the 2019 Legislative Session. Our guest speakers, Senator Clyde Chambliss(Senate District 30) and Representative Will Dismukes(House District 88) will give their takes on what voters can expect to see during the session. Join us at Islamorada Fish Company inside the Bass Pro Shop in
(Note: Meeting location has been moved from Martha’s Place to Faulkner University.) How many voters can say they know the people they vote for? For February, you’ll have a chance to meet your representatives. Look them in the eye. Shake hands. Ask them questions. Let them know what matters to you. Confirmed so far are:
sponsored by MCREC, ECREC, CCRW, RCCA and the YR’s of the River Region.
On Monday, November 5th, the night before the 2018 general election, RCCA welcomes Parker Snider, Director of Policy Analysis for the Alabama Policy Institute. Parker will explain the four statewide ballot amendments. We will meet at Martha’s Place, located at 7730 Atlanta Highway. Run by Montgomery’s own Martha Hawkins, the buffet at Martha’s Place features her
Montgomery’s public schools are struggling, and we need a school board capable of getting them back on track. The board’s future has dominated 2018. Five of seven seats are up for election, and two incumbents were defeated in the June primaries. Three seats, Districts 1, 2, and 5, are being contested in November’s general election,
Join us for our next meeting on Monday, September 10th. Our guest will be Alabama Republican Party Chairman Terry Lathan. Chairman Lathan will discuss the new GOP state platform. It will be an interactive meeting with time for questions and comments. We hope to see everyone there. Candidates are welcome and will be introduced. The meeting
The Republican Club of Central Alabama and the Capital City Young Republicans are joining forces to kick off the fall election season. Come out to Riverwalk Stadium, watch the Biscuits play the Chattanooga Lookouts, enjoy dinner in the Locomotive Loft, and hear our guest speaker, Congressman Martha Roby of the 2nd Congressional District. Tickets Admission is
With the June 5th primary behind us, a few key races remain to be decided in the July 17th runoff. We are inviting those candidates to speak to our next meeting on Monday, July 9th at Bass Pro Shop in Prattville. We will gather at 6:00 p.m. There is no cost to attend.
Our next meeting will be Monday, June 11th at Sinclair’s East. We’ll look at the results of the June 5th primary and discuss the next steps for this election year, including runoffs and the general election. Dine with us at 6:00 p.m. (order off the menu at your own expense). The meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.