Alarmed by Lack of Media Balance, Local Community Forms Woodland Republican Club to Combat Liberal Media

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A local group of Republicans respond to the lack of media fairness by forming a local club to start fighting back.

To fill a growing need for more local visibility and communication a large and traditionally quiet group has established a grassroots based Woodland Republican Club. The group is driven by the need to reach out to the moderate conservative voters whose voice is largely not reported on by the local and national media.

Established in Woodland by longtime resident Doug Young, the goal of the group is to reach out via local outreach and active interaction with the media, print, radio, TV and Internet. The Woodland group is a chapter of the California Congress of Republicans (CCR).

“It is critical that we get our message out to people, that we care about them and are involved in our community at every level. It’s also critical for us to express how we are the party of inclusion. An especially strong focus is for us to involve all people and especially the moderate, and conservative voters in the Hispanic and black communities,” said Doug Young at the kick-off meeting.

The California Congress of Republicans (CCR) is a grass-roots political organization, founded in 1989 and permanently chartered by the California Republican Party. CCR is built upon the shared Republican principles of individual liberty, genuine economic opportunities and leadership in world freedom.

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Kirby Wells, 1st vice president



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