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Q. I am not happy with the direction of the country and feel helpless given my observations. What can I do?

A. There are many things you can do. Start by following this link: Things You Can Do.



Q. I would like to start a local Republican Club. Do you have any suggestions?

A. Consider an affiliation with an existing Republican Club such as the West Valley Republican Club in Southern California. Visit their website including their Affiliate link for information.



Q. I have a number of ideas for your website. Are you open to suggestions?

A. Absolutely. We would like to increase the content on the site with relevant information and welcome your suggestions for improvements.



Q. Do you have any suggestions for interviewing political candidates?

A. Yes. Please refer to our Political Candidate Questionnaire. It can be used for interviewing Republicans, Democrats, and Independents.



Q. I am on the board of a Republican club in New Hampshire. Can we link our website to AboutTheGOP.com?

A. Absolutely. We currently have GOP organizations from California, North Carolina, Iowa, Virginia, Ohio, Nevada, Georgia, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Florida that have links to our site. We hope to have GOP clubs and organizations from all fifty states and Puerto Rico linking to our website in the near future. The West Valley Republican Club (WVRC) is a Southern California GOP organization that links to our site. Please visit their website to see how the two sites are integrated.



Q. I'm a registered Republican at a state college campus and would like to start a College Republican Chapter with some GOP friends. Can you help us?

A. Yes. We can help in a number of ways. Please contact us to discuss your plans.



Q. My high school history teacher insists that students refrain from using the terms "Christmas vacation" and "Easter Vacation" because religion has no place in a public school. Do you have any suggestions on how I can respond?

A. Yes. Send him or her a link to our website and suggest that he or she reads God and American History. Apparently, your teacher has a lot to learn about American history. You should also send the link to your fellow students so they can see for themselves how liberal teachers attempt to indoctrinate their students with propaganda.





How to Register to Vote in Every State

Registering to vote is easy and can be done online in most states. The website vote.gov provides simple instructions for all 50 states. If you are not registered as a Republican, please do so now. If you are not certain whether you are registered to vote, the website canivote.org will provide you with the answer.





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