THE SACRAMENTO REPUBLICAN WOMEN WELCOME YOU!

June LUNCHEON

Registration starts at 11:30 AM
Lunch & Meeting from 12 - 2 PM
To make a reservation, please leave a voicemail at (916) 453-0760


Social Time & Registration begins at 11:30 AM
Lunch & Meeting is from 12:00 - 2:00 PM


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ITALIAN BUFFET LUNCH

$37, includes buffet, tea & coffee

Buffet includes Vegetarian and Gluten Free options.

Reservation Deadline: 5:00 PM, Wednesday, MAY 29, 2024, 2024

In order to make a reservation, guests must: RSVP at (916) 453-0760 or Register for Luncheon Online.

Guests may pay in person the day of the luncheon by cash or check.


Or Prepay online using the link below: Pay Online via PayPal

Luncheon Costs and New Registration Due Dates: As presented at our March meeting, due to cost increases at North Ridge Country Club and the need to provide a more accurate reservation count, SRWF has adopted a new pricing and registration policy.

Early Registration: $37 if you register prior to 5:00 pm on April 24.

Late Registration: $40 If you register for the luncheon by 5:00 pm on Friday, MAY 31, 2024.

Please Note: All luncheon registrations must be in by 5:00 pm on Friday, MAY 31, 2024.

Date of the Luncheon: $45 if you walk-in without making a reservation. Walk-ins are discouraged.

A reservation made is a reservation paid unless canceled by 5:00 PM, Wednesday, MAY 29, 2024.

To cancel your reservation, please call (916) 453-0760 on or before 5:00 PM, Wednesday, May 29, 2024.   


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Bill Essayli is a former federal prosecutor and Riverside County Deputy District Attorney. Today, he is a partner at the law firm of Essayli & Brown LLP where he practices as an experienced trial attorney with a reputation for vigorously defending the interests of his clients.

Prior to returning to private practice, Mr. Essayli served in the United States Attorney’s Office, Central District of California located in Los Angeles. As an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) he handled significant and important prosecutions, including but not limited to violent and organized crime, identity theft, bank fraud, securities fraud, white-collar fraud, obstruction of justice, and a multitude of other matters. His duties included advising and coordinating with federal agents on active federal and multi-jurisdictional investigations, evaluating legal issues and filing criminal cases.

During his tenure at the United States Attorney’s Office, Mr. Essayli was entrusted with working on some of the nation’s most serious cases. One such case involved a terrorist attack in San Bernardino in 2015 that tragically led to the deaths of many American citizens.

Mr. Essayli also tried a three-week jury trial of a prominent California doctor charged with more than 80 counts of unlawfully prescribing opiates, which unfortunately led to the deaths of over a dozen patients.

As foundation for his work as an AUSA, Mr. Essayli served with distinction as a prosecutor at the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office. That office is one of the top prosecutorial offices in the nation, is the tenth largest in the U.S. and third largest in California.  During his service as a prosecutor Mr. Essayli tried numerous jury trials successfully.

Before serving as a Deputy District Attorney, Bill was in private practice for two years with a focus on employment law. Bill had the privilege of serving as an intern with the White House Counsel’s Office in 2008.

Bill currently serves as the Chairman of the Rules Committee for the California Republican Party and sits on the Executive Committee.

In 2018, Bill received the Rising Star award from the Riverside County Lincoln Club. Bill has been a resident of Riverside County for three decades. After graduating from Centennial High School, Bill was the first in his family to graduate college. Bill received his undergraduate degree from the Kellogg Honors College of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He received his law degree from Chapman University School of Law. As the son of Lebanese-American immigrants, Bill has been able to realize the American Dream.


President Dottie Linden's Message

We CAN Do It!

As I listened to some of the original Rosie the Riveters be celebrated and honored recently with the Congressional Gold Medal of Honor, I thought about us and how issues we are facing in our communities, state and nation sometimes seem daunting and impossible to impact (especially living in a one-party state trying to fight against ongoing liberal policies and actions). It really changed my perspective regarding our challenge.

There were some six million women in that special“sisterhood” who took up the task of filling the jobs vacated as our nation’s men (and women) were called into action to fight the war. “Riveter” Mae Krier told about being 17 years old and hearing Hitler say “we couldn’t produce” and “that would be the end of America”. She continued, “We were unaware how capable we were. With four little words ‘we CAN do it’ we showed Hitler what Americans were made of!”

Now, what about us? We aren’t being called to don bandanas, or learn to use riveting machines and go to work in factories (although I bet we could and WOULD)! We are facing a different type of war, but it is a deadly threat to our future freedom and liberty. We’re not needed to take up arms in this battle. Instead, we are needed to take facts and truth out to those who haven’t been exposed to either and help them become better “informed, empowered and ENGAGED” in the political process.

Hitler may be gone, but there are plenty of equally evil enemies out there with goals to weaken our resolve and attack us on many fronts daily, including some of the media. So now is OUR time to take up the fight for our future and that of our families.

Let’s ALL join together and go out into the community to meet and greet people at various events and venues, explain issues, get signatures on key initiatives, register (or RE-register) voters, or just talk with friends and neighbors who need help getting to know our strong Republican candidates and understanding the truth behind what they’ve been told by the media. Whether you’ve done it before or are new to this effort, together “we CAN do it”.

Like “Riveter” Jean Gibson Bayh said “everybody worked together to get that war over. We became leaders of change who weren’t afraid to try new things. We were some bad ass women, but tried to be ladies with legendary spirit.” Turns out they were invincible warriors and so are we!

Dottie Linden

President Sacramento Republican Women Federated - “Informed – Engaged – Empowered!” 

Who are we?  We are dedicated patriots working to restore our country.

Click on the Blog Button to read about The "Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act”.  The Signature Gathering for this Initiative has Commenced. The Initiative, If Qualified, Will Make the Changes in the Law That the Legislature is Unable or Unwilling to Make.

Read about:  
Assembly Bill 1840 THAT WOULD GIVE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS FREE HOUSING LOANS


Read about Bill 1831 to penalize criminals for AI-generated child sexual abuse.  Call your assemblyman.

The Supreme Court decided 9-0 that President Trump gets to be on the ballot.

Read about the TWO SUPREME COURT CASES coming up.  Does the government get to have a Ministry of Truth? This is in the court right now.

Did the DC Circuit Court wrongly imprisoned and bankrupted J6ers?   Write a letter to the Supreme Court at these addresses:

For the Chief Justice, address your envelope to:
The Chief Justice of the United States, One First Street N.E., Washington, D.C., 20543

To address a letter to any other Supreme Court justice, address the envelope to:
Justice (surname), The Supreme Court of the United States, One First Street N.E., Washington, D.C., 20543

MINUTES and TREASURERS  REPORTS

Please contact our Secretary-ProTem Karen Juten at [email protected] you would like a copy of the latest Minutes Report.

Please contact our Treasurer, Carol Usmial, at [email protected] if you would like a copy of the latest Treasurer's Report.  

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National Federation of Republican Women: National Federation of Republican Women (nfrw.org)

California Federation of Republican Women: cafrw.org

Sacramento County GOP: https://www.saccountygop.com/

California Republican Party: https://www.cagop.org/

Upcoming Event Calendar

Save the date - May 17 - May 19 - CAGOP 2024 Spring Convention, Hyatt Regency SFO Burlingame

Thursday, May 23, 2024, Sacramento County Fair - SRWF GOP Booth Day  

Wednesday June 5, 2024, SRWF General Meeting

Thursday - Friday June 6-7, 2024, CFRW Summer BOD meeting, Embassy Suites, Sacramento

Save the Date -September 12, 2024 

July 23 & July 26, 2024, CA STATE FAIR, SRWF GOP Booth Days

Tuesday, November 5, 2024 - ELECTION DAY!

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