Republican Delegates select Jim Brulte
(SACRAMENTO) -- Delegates to the California Republican Party 2013 Spring Convention voted overwhelmingly today to elect former Senate Republican Leader Jim Brulte as state Chairman. Brulte, who served as Republican Leader from 2000-2004, promised to better connect with Californian voters and to make the party more competitive in the upcoming elections.
"Our commitment is to work as hard as you do to elect Republicans in each and every community in California," said the newly-elected Chairman Brulte in his acceptance speech.
Current San Francisco County Republican Party Chairman Harmeet Dhillon was also elected to the post of CRP Vice-Chairman. Dhillon is the first woman in California Republican Party history to serve in the post. In the other statewide races, Patricia Welch and Mike Osborn were re-elected as CRP Secretary and Treasurer, respectively, by unanimous acclamation.
Additionally, five Regional Vice Chairs were elected on Saturday, March 2. The CRP's new Regional Vice Chairs are: Greg Gandrud, Central Coast; Marcelino Valdez, Central Valley; Armor Zeiderman, North; Elissa Wadleigh, Northwest; and Kevin Krick, Bay Area.
Over 1300 delegates and guests attended the CRP convention in Sacramento this weekend. The Fall 2013 Convention will be held The CRP Fall 2013 Convention will be October 4-6, 2013 at Hilton Anaheim Hotel in Anaheim, CA.
Pet Care | Real Estate | Restaurants | Tech | View All | * Add/Upgrade Business
Placer County News HeadlinesEx-Major Leaguer Takes Pride in CareerIn eleven Major League Baseball seasons from 1993-2006, journeyman Curtis Pride hit 20 home runs and had 82 runs batted in total as an outfielder for seven different teams (via ATOU Cares.org)
Cuba's State Sponsor of Terrorism Label RescindedCuba's designation as a State Sponsor of Terrorism has been rescinded.
2015 NBA Finals Schedule and Game Times40 years on, NBA MVP Stephen Curry brings the Golden State Warriors back to the NBA Finals against powerhouse LeBron James
$30 Million Fanny Bridge Project Approved for Tahoe CityThe Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board today unanimously approved the Tahoe Transportation District's State Route 89/Fanny Bridge
Rocklin Crime Report Digest Update (5-29-15)Rocklin weekly crime report digest update for the period of May 18- 24, 2015
Heat Accelerates Dry in California DroughtDrought Watch: Although record low precipitation has been the main driver of one of the worst droughts in California history, abnormally high temperatures have also played an important role
Angelo K. Tsakopoulos Family Donates Lincoln Acreage to Dignity HealthDignity Health announced today that it has received a gift of 32.85 acres of vacant land in Lincoln from the Angelo K. and Sofia Tsakopoulos family, a gift valued at more than $10 million.
$18 Million for Humanitarian Assistance for Ukraine CrisisThe United States remains concerned by the growing humanitarian crisis in eastern Ukraine, particularly in areas occupied by combined Russian-separatist forces
Santa Barbara Oil Spill Cleanup Orders Issued by FedsThe United States issues cleanup order to owner of ruptured Refugio Beach oil pipeline. Federal order ensures continued action on Santa Barbara County spill.
Auburn Homeless Shelter Opens June 1stA temporary homeless shelter operated by Volunteers of America and funded by Right Hand Auburn is scheduled to open at the Placer County Government Center
Roseville Chamber of Commerce Events June 2015The Roseville Chamber of Commerce gears up for another month of business events for June 2015.
Roseville Sorority Chapter Supports Former Foster Youth at Sierra CollegeSusan Goto and Carol Sue Acres, representing the Alpha Delta Kappa Beta ETA Chapter in Roseville, stopped by the Sierra College Foundation Office
NEWS: In Case You Missed It