July Coffee with the Chair

Our coffee with the Chair is a casual event where all fellow Republicans can talk about important issues while enjoying some free coffee and donuts.

July Coffee with the Chair

Join us to hear the Chairman's Report from John Schaut.

Guest Speaker

Bill Sage, Candidate for State Representative MI80

Bill Sage Candidate for State Representative MI80

Born in Plainwell Michigan, Bill Sage is currently the owner of Straits of Mackinac Island Fudge, founder and president of the National Association of Constitutional States and Counties (NACSAC), board of Propósito; a program to deliver the Founding Principles, and the US Constitution to the Latino Community.

Bill is the founder of Allegan County Tea Party, and a previous County Commissioner.

As a commissioner, and an individual passionate about the condition of America and the path it is being taken down by corrupt politicians. Mr. Sage is a strong leader and has had several successful campaigns.

Keynote Speaker

Johnathan Paasch, Candidate for 63rd District Court Judge

Johnathan Paasch Candidate for 63rd District Court Judge

Jonathan Paasch, is running for 63rd District Court Judge. A native of Kent County, he has dedicated himself to ensuring the safety and the prosperity of his community.

Throughout his tenure as a police officer in Wyoming, Walker, and while assigned to the Kent County Sheriff's Department, he worked across various assignments including as a school resource officer, roles in the Honor Guard, the Special Response Team, hostage negotiation, undercover narcotics investigation, and road patrol supervision.

His devotion to public safety and service is unmatched and surpasses any candidate for the 63rd District Court Judgeship.

July 05, 2024 at 10:00am - 12pm
Eastern Avenue Hall
506 Eastern Ave NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
United States
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Derek Anderson · (616) 212-3271

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