Ohio Republican Central Committee May 7th Meeting Notes

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May 7th State Central Committee information

Newly elected ORC Chairman Bob Paduchik led his first full Committee meeting Friday the 7th, in Columbus. 

Big news included the passage of two resolutions, one censuring 16th District Representative Anthony Gonzalez for his vote to impeach President Trump, the second calling on him to resign with a vote of no confidence for this action.
Two vacant Committee Seats were filled, with Mike Berger winning the contested 18th District Seat against Alex Roth, and Christopher Joseph elected unopposed to represent the 11th District.

An amendment to the Bylaws was proposed to change SCC Seats to 4 years as opposed to every 2 years, in keeping with the Democrats who elect in 4 year cycles. The proposal was tabled after much discussion, both pro and con, and I look forward to your feedback on this issue. 

Bank accounts as of May 1st, 2021 stand at $763,890.43, with total liabilities of $630, 527.90

Chairman Paduchik ended the meeting after speaking of his plans for the future of the ORP, and has called on the Committee on Committees to conduct a review of the subcommittees to provide a review of recommendations by October 31st, 2021.

Luncheon guest speaker Vivek Ramaswany, Harvard and Yale grad, biotech entrepreneur and author of Woke, Inc., gave an enlightening presentation on critical race theory and Marxist indoctrination and current threats to America due to corporate censorship of free speech, as well as ways to fight these dangerous threats to our Liberty– both legislatively and otherwise.

On another note, There are a few important Ohio bills I’d like to mention:
HB 248 Sponsored by Rep Jennifer Gross, District 52– The Vaccine Choice and Anti-Discrimination Act, which will “protect the health choice and privacy of individuals”…and shall not “mandate, require, or otherwise request participation in a vaccine passport system, vaccine registry, or other mechanism that is designed for the purpose of tracking an individual’s vaccine status.”

HB 62 Sponsored by Mike Loychik, District 63 and Diane Grendell, District 76– The Ohio Second Amendment Safe Haven Act, which will designate Ohio a Second Amendment Sanctuary State, maintaining all federal laws that infringe on the people’s right to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution and Section 4, Article 1 of the Ohio constitution, null and void.

I ask that you please consider supporting these very important bills integral to our continued Liberty, and reaching out to your legislators, as well. I have attached copies of both bills, below. 




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