Upcoming Meetings

Downtown

September 1st
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October 6th
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November 3rd
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December 1st
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Foothills

August 11th
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September 8th
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October 13th
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November 10th
Political Strategist & Author Arnie Steinberg

December 8th
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Long Beach

August 24th
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September 28th
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October 26th
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November 23rd
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December 28th
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San Gabriel Valley

August 18th
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September 15th
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October 20th
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November 17th
Congressman Ed Royce

December 15th
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Santa Clarita Valley

August 25th
Lawrence Peck Expert on Korea

September 22nd
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October 27th
Reagan Library Director Duke Blackwood

November 24th
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December 22nd
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South Bay

August 18th
Lawrence Peck Expert on Korea

September 15th
Political Strategist & Author Arnie Steinberg

October 20th
To Be Announced

November 17th
To Be Announced

December 15th
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SouthEast LA County

August 4th
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September 1st
L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnell

October 6th
Reason Foundation President David Nott

November 3rd
Political Strategist & Author Arnie Steinberg

December 1st
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SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT

Our regular chapter meetings feature many prominent Republican business and community leaders, authors, elected officials, candidates for office and many others.

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Los Angeles County Lincoln Clubs

The Los Angeles Lincoln Clubs is the leading Republican political action committee in Los Angeles. Founded in 1979, we are a self-directed organization comprised of seven chapters throughout the County.


L.A. Lincoln Clubs Board Calls on Mayes To Step Down

The Board of Governors of the Los Angeles County Lincoln Clubs passed almost unanimously the following resolution calling upon Assembly Republican Leader Chad Mayes to resign as Leader after voting for, and leading six other Republican Assemblymen/women to vote for, Jerry Brown's cap and trade program on July 17, 2017.

Mayes' actions and subsequent supporting role at the Democrat's victory press conference were unbecoming a leader in the Republican Party and amounted to political malpractice. These Republican votes provided political cover for several vulnerable Democrat incumbents to vote no, and thus portray themselves as pro taxpayer to district residents. This action makes it much harder for Republicans to defeat them next year, and undercuts the whole GOP effort to break the Democrat supermajority in Sacramento.

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