Welcome to the Cass County GOP BPOU site!

We're delighted that you have come to see our website. This site will give us the ability to keep everyone informed of upcoming events, as well as promote ways for you to get involved with the political process.

Thank you for your participation in last year's activities and we look forward to working with you to promote our Republican principles and values.

You're welcome to join us every third Tuesday of the month at Bites Grill & Bar in Pine River at 7 PM.
 
We look forward to seeing you at the various functions (which will be posted here) and hope to see you at the monthly meetings!

Recent Announcements

  • Attend Your Precinct Caucuses February 4th Every precinct in Minnesota will be caucusing February 4th at 7:00 PM, so mark your calendars and plan to attend. This is the beginning of the election process ...
    Posted Jan 16, 2014, 11:22 AM by Jan Schultz
  • It’s Not Easy Carrying Water for the Elephant Lately I’ve been getting phone calls and emails from staunch conservatives who tell me they are through with the Republican Party. Since I certainly understand their frustration, I’ve ...
    Posted Aug 7, 2013, 11:03 AM by Jan Schultz
  • Paul Gazelka and Mark Anderson Win in District 9 Although there isn’t much good news to talk about after the 2012 election, two Republicans will be representing part of Cass County at the State Capitol. Incumbent State Senator ...
    Posted Nov 13, 2012, 12:23 PM by Jan Schultz
  • US Senate candidate Kurt Bills is coming to Cass County! Don’t pass up this opportunity to meet our very impressive candidate for US Senate, Kurt Bills. This will likely be the only time we get him to Cass County ...
    Posted Oct 3, 2012, 8:13 AM by Jan Schultz
  • Cass County GOP Victory Office The Cass County Republicans now have a central headquarters for the rest of the 2012 campaign season. Our Victory Office is located in Hackensack right on Highway 371 between the ...
    Posted Sep 25, 2012, 9:12 AM by Jan Schultz
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