Tomorrow, May 17th is the Republican Primary. Yes, we voted for President in the Kentucky Caucus, but now it’s time to vote for our State Representative, our State Senator, and our U.S. Senator.
Remember, there is no Democratic Opposition for the State Senator candidates – so one of the individuals running on the Republican Ballot WILL BE our next State Senator, representing Boyle, Lincoln and Pulaski Counties!
Please see the sample ballot below to determine your choice and get out the vote tomorrow!
On Monday evening, May 2nd, at 6:30 the Centre College Student Republicans, Boyle County Farm Bureau and the Boyle Cattleman’s association, in cooperation with the Boyle County Republican Party, sponsored a forum featuring all four candidates for the 15th Senate District.
Here are a few photos from the event:
On Monday, May 2nd, there will be a Republican Town Hall at Centre College’s Vahlkamp Theatre from 6:30-8:00 p.m. The forum will include all four candidates for the 15th Senate District race: Rick Girdler, Don Moss, Michael Keck and Joshua Nichols.
We hope to see you there!
And remember… The election for the 15th Senate District will take place on Primary Day – May 17th, 2016.
This vitally important race will determine who represents Boyle, Lincoln and Pulaski Counties for the term beginning January, 2017. No Democrat has registered to run in the November General Election.
Download a PDF of the poster: Republican Town Hall at Centre College in Danville, KY
The Boyle County Republican Party will hold a County Mass Meeting on Thursday, March 10th, at 6:30 pm at Inter-County RECC on 1009 Hustonville Road for the purpose of electing 5 delegates and 5 alternates to attend the Second Congressional District (April 16th in Bowling Green) and State Conventions (April 23rd in Lexington).
The purpose of the District and State Convention is to elect Delegates and Alternate Delegates to the National Convention. (Please note that the state rules were changed to elect Party Officers in 2017.)
We hope you will all plan to attend!
If you haven’t already marked your calendars, you need to do so now! The First EVER Republican Presidential Caucus in Kentucky will be held on:
March 5th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Boyle County High School
We hope to have every Republican in Boyle County will come out to have their vote for President counted! The entire nation will be watching what we do right here in Kentucky! Your vote has never mattered more.
While at the caucus you can get information from candidates will be running in the special election and in the primary on May 17th, 2016. Representatives from the Presidential Candidates’ Campaigns may also set up tables. We will also have registration information for anyone who wishes to register Republican. (Please note, that you had to be registered by December 31st to vote in the Caucus — but getting registered now will get you ready for the next time!)
You can arrive any time after 10 a.m. and before 4 p.m. — but don’t be late! Anyone in line at 4 p.m. will be allowed to vote, but anyone arriving after 4 p.m. will not be able to participate.
Our Neighbors in nearby counties will vote in their own counties at these locations:
- Casey County will vote at the Ag Expo Center
- Lincoln County will caucus at the Lincoln County Public Library
- Mercer County residents will cast their ballot at Mercer County High School
- Garrard County will caucus at the Garrard County Courthouse
If you have any questions about who is still running in the Republican race, if you live outside these counties and want to know where you should vote in the Kentucky Caucus, or if you have other questions about the Kentucky Republican Caucus and how it works, visit KYCaucus.com for the answers.
Our fellow Republicans are hosting their Lincoln Day Dinner at the Central Kentucky Ag/Expo Center on South US 127 at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, February 26th. The seats are limited, so if you are interested in attending, please contact William Wethington at 606-303-2235. Tickets are $30.00.
Please attend and tell others to support the Casey County GOP as well!
Senator Rand Paul Holds Town Hall Meeting in Danville Kentucky on February 20th, 2016. The check in the background is the money Senator Paul has returned to taxpayers that was allotted for the running of his office. To date, he has returned a total of $2.4 Million. That’s what a fiscal conservative does!
Before going to Centre College for the Town Hall Meeting today, Senator Rand Paul had lunch at AJ’s Cafe in Downtown Danville. Boyle County GOP Chair, Tom Tye, introduced him to the cafe’s patrons.
Today, February 18th, Tom Tye, the Chair of the Boyle County Republican Party met with Rand Paul and 2016 senate campaign staff in Bowling Green.
In Boyle County
We have done an amazing job of growing the party over the last couple years. Cheers to each and every one of our conservative folks in Boyle County! There is a way that all these extra new Republicans can help us to continue our good work here… by checking the box on your State Tax Return. Last year, approximately 250 people did so, this year, since we added hundreds more to our Republican rolls… we hope to have at least double that number.
So, if you haven’t already done so, please be sure to “check” the Republican box on your return.
Here’s how it works:
Giving To a Political Party On Your State Return
If you check the YES box on your Kentucky State Income Tax Return, that money will be used to support your party of choice locally. $1.50 will go to the state political party and fifty cents will go to the county political party where you reside.
- Spouses can designate $2 each on joint returns.
- Checking this box does not increase your tax owed.
- Checking this box does not reduce the amount of your refund.
For more information on this, see the instructions for your State Tax Return.
Giving To a Political Party On Your Federal Return
If you check the YES box on your federal tax return in response to the question, “Do you want $3 of your federal tax to go to the Presidential Election Campaign Fund?” – that money will go to the Presidential Election Campaign Fund. Every four years (the election cycle for President), the federal government distributes money from this fund to National Party Committees and to qualified Presidential candidates for use in the Presidential Elections.
Checking “yes” does not reduce the amount you get on a refund and it does not increase your tax burden — it is a way to designate how your tax dollars will be used.
- Presidential Nominees from the Republican and Democrat parties receive a fixed amount of the money marked for this fund and Nominees from other political parties can receive smaller amounts from this fund if they are able to secure 5% or more of the vote.
- Primary Candidates – Presidential primary candidates can get matching dollars from this fund for monies they raise.
- The Party National Conventions receive funds to cover the cost of their conventions to select their Presidential candidates.
For more information on how these federal “checkbox” funds are used, visit the Federal Elections Commission site.