Follow up From Jery Grupp CRSB Director

Trade Union Money for a School Board Race? REALLY? See the memo on my facebook page Grupp 4 Council Rock (https://www.facebook.com/jsgrupp?fref=ts). It seems that the Philadelphia trade unions are filtering money through the Northampton Democratic Committee to a small sub-committee who has used the money to run a smear campaign (more…)

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Primary Election -2015

Our Endorsed Candidates Below are four different lists of the endorsed candidates for the Republican Primary Election on May 19, 2015. They vary according to the School Districts in which they are located. You can view them here or download and print your own copy(s) as needed just by printing (more…)

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NTRC 2015 Spring Pancake Breakfast

May 9th – Get Tickets Early! Come enjoy the fellowship of Northampton Township, Republicans and our elected officials. Meet Your Committee Members, Leaders and other invited guests; Meet our Candidates for office in 2015; Enjoy the fellowship of other Republicans; and Let Your Voice Be Heard — Discuss Your Favorite (more…)

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Northampton Township Republican Committee “Excellence in Government & Citizenship” Application & Contest Rules

DEADLINE: 4/15/2015 NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES GOVERNMENT & CITIZENSHIP $1000 SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION 2015 Essay Topic – “Should President Obama’s proposal to make community college tuition-free become law? Why or why not? “ Northampton Township Republican Committee “Excellence in Government & Citizenship” Application & Contest Rules: Eligibility for Participation: Any (more…)

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Ray Peacock

Why Ray is a Republican When I was a child, my entire Irish-American family was Democrat. It was unconscionable to even consider anything else. After all, I was born and raised in working class Boston, Mass. I became a Republican in adulthood and found that it actually can make a (more…)

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Township General Election Results 2012

Bucks County Election Results General Election of Tuesday, November 06, 2012 18 Districts Reported of 18 Municipality – Northampton Township This Unofficial Election Results from the county Board of Elections website is provided as a courtesy by the Bucks County Commissioners. Results are updated approximately every 30 minutes.These results were (more…)

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Romney-Ryan Early Voting

Despite what the Obama campaign wants you to believe, early voting results show President Obama doesn’t have an advantage over Governor Romney. In fact, Mitt currently leads Barack Obama 52% to 45% among voters who have already cast their ballots. Poll after poll reports Mitt leading among independents — and (more…)

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Mobile Voter US: It’s FREE

Mobile Voter US is the free iPhone and Android app from Victory Apps that is a candidate, and his/her worker’s grassroots tool to organize voters door-to-door. Learn more at victoryapps.com/mobilevoter.php. GetApp: iPhone Version Android Version (more…)

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Stand up For President Bush’s Economic Record!

DO YOU REMEMBER JANUARY 3, 2007, (the day the Democrats took over was not January 22nd 2009, it was actually January 3rd 2007)? The 2007 deficit, the last of the Republican budgets, was the lowest in five years and the fourth straight decline in deficit spending This tells the story, (more…)

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Northampton Days Sept 9th Need your Help and Support 10AM-5PM!

Help us and support the Northampton Township Republican Committee at Northampton Days! It’s easy and fun 1. Bring your Family and Friends to march in the Parade with us! We’ll meet at 11:00 AM at the staging area Upper Holland Road on and off of Holland Road. More details will (more…)

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Northampton Township Flag Day Ceremony June 14, 2012

Municipal Park (Hatboro Rd) 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The Northampton Township Board of Supervisors and the Township Veterans Advisory Committee have announced that Northampton Township will hold a Flag Disposal Ceremony on Flag Day, Thursday, June 14th at the Northampton Township Municipal Park located off Hatboro Rd, Churchville from (more…)

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Northampton Township Flag Day Ceremony June 14, 2011

The Laws of the United States state: “ When the flag is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, it should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning.” The Northampton Township Supervisors and the Township Veterans Advisory Committee are pleased to announce (more…)

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