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Press Release: 34 Republican and conservative co-sponsors host public event on Free Speech

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CUMBERLAND, Maine (August 15, 2019) - Thirty-four Republican and conservative groups and co-sponsors hosted a public event on the topic “Free Speech, Hate Speech, & Censorship: Winning the 2020 Elections” at the West Cumberland Community Hall in Cumberland, Maine on Thursday, August 15, 2019, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

The event was organized by the Gray and Cumberland Republican Town Committees, with twenty-two Republican town committees from Cumberland County joining as co-sponsors, along with nine additional organizations, as well as Republican State Representative Sue Austin from Gray. The event was packed, with between sixty and seventy attendees.

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Event: Free Speech, Hate Speech, & Censorship: Winning the 2020 Elections

Next CCRC General Meeting

What: September Monthly Meeting
When: Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - 6:30 p.m. Social Time / 7:00 p.m. Business Meeting
Where: Standish Municipal Building, 175 Northeast Rd (Rte 35), Standish

All Republicans are welcome!

Events

Businesses Learning from Businesses
How to comply with NEW LEGISLATION
that affects your EMPLOYEES and your BOTTOM LINE
Free Speech, Hate Speech, & Censorship: Winning the 2020 Elections
As a conservative have you been censored online or anywhere else? Have you self-censored your words to avoid being called a bigot or hater? Are you worried about what censorship might do to the 2020 elections? If so, you need to attend this very timely and informative program!
Cumberland County Golf Tournament
Join the Annual CCRC Golf Tournament!
$100 per golfer includes golf, cart, breakfast, and lunch

May 8, 2019 Public Speech: The Immigration Crisis on the Southern Border
3/28/19: Homeland Security Nielsen:
Immigration System in “system-wide meltdown.”

Questions:
1. Should the Mexican border be completely open like the border between Maine and New Hampshire, so that millions can immigrate at will into the United States?

2. Should we ignore the border crossings of drug traffickers, MS-13 gang members, and jihad terrorists?
Guns and Issues in Maine
Guest Speakers:
Mike Quatrano, Maine Heritage Policy Center
Bruce Ashmore

Election Races

KC (Kevin) Hughes for House District #45 (Cumberland and Gray)