As President of the California Congress of Republicans, I invite you to join us!
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Welcome to CCR!
Peter Coe Verbica, CCR Chair
California Congress of Republicans (CCR) is a statewide organization, chartered by the California Republican Party with chapters throughout the State of California. Many of our members also serve on their county Republican Central Committees.
- That our State should lower its taxes and regulations to keep it affordable for all Californians
- In a healthy environment for our loved ones, governed by reasonable rather than elitist policies
- That taxes should be well-spent on the right infrastructure , such as better water storage, roads and fire prevention
- That burdens should be lifted off of small businesses to create better jobs
We are welcoming new members with diverse ideas, who relish the power of teamwork. We will assist you in building your chapter!
CCR helps identify, bring forward and endorse statewide candidates. Send your recommendations to our leadership.
For more information, please call me at (408) 832-3030 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peter Coe Verbica
Messages from the President
With the U.S. debt ratio at 109.37% to the GDP, it’s more than double the figure of 53.05% in 1960. Cash may have once been king, but in today’s sick world, it could very well end up the joker.
CCR tips its hat to Tom! Under Tom Wilson’s leadership, Hemet San Jacinto Congress of Republicans will continue to be a Republican rock in the river.
Gone is the simple concept of diversity being about different ideas; gone is true debate in American culture; taking strategy from the Communist playbook, label, divide and conquer.
Through her hands-on, active volunteerism, Patty Kelly has been ensuring that the California Republican Party’s grass roots organizations just get better and better.
The older white American male is often becoming a victim of racial ghosting by companies who love his money, but not his photograph.
Krazy Kalifornia continues to assault the Second Amendment.
Folly is a word which comes to mind when one examines the antics of hapless Governor Gavin Newsom.
California politics have changed, but not for reasons that you might think. As more and more Californians become oppressed renters, due to a lack of housing supply, they’re more prone to vote for policies which penalize owners. Interested in more Republicans in California? Reform land use!
Please think long and hard before running into the arms of those who promise you security in exchange for your personal liberties.
It’s a strange time for Americans of all stripes, especially Republicans. Corporations and churches are flying their multi-colored virtue-signaling flags from every edifice, making sure that the public at large is aware of their cartoonish participation in this month’s cultural cause cé·lè·bre. We can breathe a collective sigh of relief knowing that issues of true importance, such as restroom signage and bike lanes for indignant cyclists are being dealt with speed and industry.