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Monday, March 12, 2007

Irvine Republican Council Board Nominations On Tap Thursday

This post is just a reminder for all IRC members to set aside some time Thursday evening to attend our monthly IRC meeting. The meeting begins at 6pm at the Irvine Ranch Water District Headquarters on Sand Canyon. We will be nominating candidates for IRC Board positions. In case anyone was wondering, I will not be running for any position. Lynn however will be trying to get reappointed as the Parliamentarian. I will be supporting Dave Sparks for President of IRC. He was the inspiration for IRC along with Charlene Hatakeyama. Speaking of Charlene, she has shown great leadership heading our organization the past two years. I want to publicly thank her for all the time she has devoted for our cause here in Irvine. She is passing the torch. Our next leader will be a very busy person getting us ready for the 2008 elections. It's a Presidential year so we should have great GOP turnout like in 2004. It will be a great shot to send Larry Agran into early retirement.

4 Comments:

  • At 9:14 PM, Anonymous Phil Paule said…

    I think you all should make Jim Gilchrist the new Treasurer of the IRC.

     
  • At 10:28 PM, Blogger Allan Bartlett said…

    Touche Phil. Thankfully I am not involved in that morass over at MMP. Don't you have better things to do like kiss Darrell Issa's ass than leave comments on my blog, LOL?

    Actually I find your comments always biting and sometimes quite funny.

    Lynn thinks you're the only one to post comments on this blog with a sense of humor.

     
  • At 10:08 PM, Anonymous Phil Paule said…

    Allan

    You are right, Gilchrist does not have the experience necessary for the job, may I suggest Brad A. Morrice.

     
  • At 2:10 PM, Blogger Dan Chmielewski said…

    A great turnout like 2004, when Agran led the pack of those running for council. Enjoy your kool aid Allen; I expect Larry will continue to be re-elected.

    And with the slate of Republicans running for president, its look s like 2006 all over again.

     

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