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Orange County Conservative Republican Assembly (OCCRA) Pages

Meet other local Republicans! Come to a Republican Party Meetup to discuss current issues and talk about the ideas, values, agenda and policies that define and drive America's Grand Old Party.

Please volunteer some time for the 2016 Republican Election Campaign.

Meet new people, make friends and have fun.

Office locations:

Apopka: 2469 East Semoran Blved (State Road 436)
Phone 407-814-4064
Office liaison: Victoria Laney

Winter Park: 1313 W. Fairbanks Ave. (1 block west of 17-92)
Office liaison: Melissa McGee1313 W. Fairbanks Ave.
(1 block West of 17-92 on Fairbanks. (Free parking)
Phone: (407)321.972.3255

Orange County Headquarters:
250 N. Orange Avenue, 10th floor. (Metered parking)
Phone: (407)802-2670
Downtown: 250 N. Orange Ave. (Please park in guest parking at the South side of the building)
Office liaison: Randy Ross

Trump/Pence Welcome Center
5612 S. Orange Ave.
Orlando, FL 32809
(Free parking, closed Sunday's)
Phone: (407)859-6059
Liaison: BeBe Rose
Office hours:
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 8pm
Sunday: 12pm - 6pm
All locations have yard signs, absentee ballot request forms, bumper stixkers
Ron Redlich
Meetup Organizer

Register to Vote >>>


Under the threat of death, the people
of Iraq turned out to vote for freedom

Register New Republican Voters and help all registered Republicans vote with Absentee Ballots.

Please join our team and use the online tools to easily register voters, raise funds, recruit volunteers and more.

Forward this information to family and friends throughout the country.

Win One for the Gipper !
President Reagan

Small donations add up and some can make larger donations. The Republican National Committee will direct the funds to achieve the greatest impact nationwide. So if you live in a one-sided area, you can project your efforts to the most competitive races in the nation.

- Make a donation yourself, any amount will help.

- Offer to help friends and family make donations.

- Solicit donations from others by mail, telephone and personal contact.

- Encourage everyone to keep an open mind about making additional donations.

- Contact us by email : or telephone 407-886-8460 for ideas on soliciting larger donations.

It's A Team Effort
Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima WW II

Multiply your efforts by adding volunteers to the team. Very important but easy and fun.

- Recruit family and friends.

- Prepare Business Cards (See MATERIALS Below).

- Always carry a good supply of cards for those targets of opportunity you will run across in your normal activities. Wear an oversized Republican pin, our supporters will come to you.

- Visit Shopping Center parking lots and watch for cars with Bush - Cheney or Republican Candidate bumper stickers, Right To Life license plates and military stickers. Slip a card under the windshield wiper of each. Cover as many different locations as possible and try to do some every day.

- Leave some cards for distribution with small business owners and others who you know are friendly to our cause.

- Use the Internet and your local newspaper to find Events, Fairs, Festivals, Races, Concerts, Conventions, Sports Events, Flea Markets, Beaches, Parks, Club Meetings. Get permission to bring an American flag, card table, chairs, a beach umbrella and some home made signs. Or don't ask permission and just walk the lines with a flag and sign, or with an Uncle Sam hat (available in Party Goods Stores). Pass out your business cards to anyone who might help.

- Focus on Right To Life Groups, the National Rifle Association, NASCAR fans, Veterans Groups, certain Churches, Conservative organizations, ROTC students, etc.

Rosie The Riveter
Rosie built aircraft for our forces in
World War II on the "home front".
You can support America
today by working at your home.

Visit Internet Chat rooms, Blogs, Bulletin Boards, Personals. Contact everyone supporting freedom by Email. You could write:

Please join our volunteers supporting Republican Candidates in the fight for freedom. This year's election will be critical and time is short.

The 2000 Election was decided on only 537 votes. You can make a difference. It's Easy. Work at home on the Internet , by telephone, at a local GOP Headquarters or with Victory Teams in your area.

Just a few hours of your time or a few dollars raised will help. Even those who live in one-sided states can project their efforts to close races in other states.

You can also post the message directly to the Blog, Chat Room or Bulletin Board. Repeat your posts often.

Send your message to family and friends locally and across the country.

1) Business Cards (or Calling Cards)

These can be printed on card stock or even regular paper and cut out with scissors or a paper cutter.

You can customise the cards with your name, email address and phone number.

2) Bulletin Board Tear Off Posters

You can find the posters ready to print at:

Cut along the vertical lines with scissors and almost all the way along the horizontal lines.

Post these on Bulletin Boards and anywhere you think the public will see them. Bring thumb tacks and tape. Replenish regularly.

3) Poster Signs

These can be used as roadside signs, yard signs and large posters. They can be used with American flags or red, white and blue balloons to attract attention. Order from Kinkos or Office Depot.


Volunteers Needed

Call xxx-xxx-xxxx

4) Become A Walking Ad

Wear a T-Shirt and Cap. Carry an American Flag, hand out your Business cards. Order your shirt and hat here:

"I can hear you. The rest of the world hears you. And the people who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon."
President Bush September 14, 2001 at Ground Zero

Write letters to the editor.

Call in to talk radio shows.

Organise a speakers bureau.

Host a party or coffee. Invite unregistered Republicans, potential Volunteers and Donors.

Support Our Troops By Volunteering Your Time To The USA
US Marine battle of Fallujah Iraq

Work with your local party to coordinate distribution of Absentee Ballot requests. Students who attend college out of town, overseas military, handicapped voters and those planning to be out of town on trips will need Absentee Ballots.

Encourage all Republicans to vote early with Absentee Ballots through the mail. Too many votes are lost on election day due to illness, work schedules, bad weather, family emergencies ...

Where early voting is permitted, work with your local party to turn out Republican voters before election day.

Identify close local races and volunteer to help in those campaigns.

Join in group precinct walks in support of local candidates.

Volunteer for headquarters work preparing direct mail, making telephone calls, poll watching, driving handicapped voters to the poles.

We welcome your Comments, Ideas and Suggestions.

When we set our eyes on the horizon, every day is morning in America.
Ronald Wilson Reagan

Stand up for freedom
Student Protester at the Tiananmen Square massacre

They risked everything for our freedom
George Washington crosses the Delaware River

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