Henry County Republicans

204 S. State St.

Geneseo IL 61254

Phone:  815-627-6134

Fax:  309-944-4924

hcgopsecretary@gmail.com

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This website is sponsored by the Henry County Republican Central Committee to support Republican elected officials and candidates. 

 Copies of our financial reports are filed with the Illinois State Board of Elections, Springfield and can be found on their website, www.elections.il.gov

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The Republican Platform

INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY

The rights of American citizens proceed from The Creator, not from government. Government authority proceeds only from the consent of the People. Individuals, including the unborn, have the intrinsic right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

 

LIMITED GOVERNMENT

Federal, state and local governments should be transparent and limited to their respective roles, in accordance with the Tenth Amendment. The size of government, government regulations, and entitlement and transfer programs, should be limited to essential, inherently governmental functions.

RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS

We uphold the right of individuals to keep and bear arms, a right, which antedated the Constitution and was solemnly confirmed by the Second Amendment.

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We need hard working Republicans, like you, to be more active than ever in our communities in 2020 so that we are able to pull off a win on Election Day!  

 

Volunteers are not paid -- not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless. --Unknown

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During his presidency, Abraham Lincoln preached the importance of the government being of, for, and by the people. He argued that voters played the most important role in making sure the government reflected their desires and functioned according to the guidelines of the Constitution.

 

Despite Lincoln’s appeal to the public, it can be argued that many people today fail to appreciate or acknowledge their role in shaping the government. As U.S. citizens, people maintain these four important responsibilities as eligible voters.