The Republican Women of Prescott is dedicated to promoting the principles of the Republican Party through an informed electorate by educating and empowering its members, and by electing Republicans to local, state and national offices.
On behalf of the 2018 Board of Directors, welcome to the Republican Women of Prescott’s website. RWOP celebrated their 75th anniversary last year, we look forward to at least 75 more years serving Yavapai County. We’re a very active, engaged group of conservative women and are proud to be the largest Federated Republican women’s club in the country. We welcome new members throughout the year. To join RWOP, please find our membership application at both the membership and forms tabs at the top of this site. Membership applications are always available at our monthly luncheons as well.
2018 is a mid-term election year! We are working to bringing programs to RWOP that highlight candidates for national, state and local offices, as well as a variety of issues of interest to our members. Our Board is committed to helping our members become the most well-informed voters in Arizona. With so many offices up for election and no shortage of candidates, 2018 should be a very busy year indeed!
Republican Women of Prescott is an all-volunteer organization. We are blessed to have so many hard working, selfless volunteers giving their time. RWOP hosts a monthly luncheon/business meeting, Caring for America projects, Las Fuentes forum, member coffee talk, and special events throughout the year. Luncheons are well attended with an average attendance of over 325 people. In May we honor our Law Enforcement Officers and November is our special tribute to Veterans. See the event pages on this website for more information or to make luncheon reservations.
I would like to share my personal goal for RWOP and by extension, our Party. That goal is to promote UNITY within our club and party. We hold Conservative values dear and support the Republican Party Platform, although each of us go about it in our own way. I want to focus on what brings us together as Republicans rather than what divides us. We are all Republicans! We can agree to disagree on how we express our Conservatism, but we must go forward with the common goal to elect Republicans and keep Yavapai County and Arizona RED! You will hear this message from me throughout the year. I believe it’s that important!
As 2018 President, I look forward to working on RWOP’s behalf and thank all our members for that privilege! Feel free to contact me, the RWOP email is linked to the “contact us” tab on this site.
Thank you and God’s Blessings to you all,
2018 RWOP President
SAVE THE DATE!!!
"The Briefing with Sean Spicer"
Saturday, August 18, 2018
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
VIP Pre-event reception with book signing:
5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Main event with book signing after presentation: 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Save the date, tickets will be available in the near future.
APRIL LUNCHEON MEETING
Monday, April 16, 2018
Social hour 10:30 - 11:30 am
Lunch and Program 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Prescott Resort & Conference Center
1500 E. Highway 69, Prescott, AZ
Luncheon Plate with Tuna Salad, Lettuce, Sliced tomatoes
& Crescent roll
Side of Potato Salad - Garnished with Pickles and Red Grapes
RWOP Salad with or without Chicken
Dessert: Cherry Pie
$20 per person
Please contact Elsie Tyree or Sandi Brown to RSVP at:
DEADLINE to RSVP - Thursday, April 12th at 5 PM
Click on the link below to reserve online.
Click HERE for online reservations for yourself and up to 3 guests at a time. If paying by credit card or PayPal, the Buy Now option will be available after submitting your reservation.
The Trump Tax Plan and how Arizona
should respond to the new
opportunities for economic growth.
Jim Rounds is President and Chief Economist of Rounds Consulting Group. The firm specializes in economic development and tax policy research; data collection and analysis; fiscal planning including revenue forecasting and budget development; strategic planning and marketing; impact and market studies; and litigation support.
Mr. Rounds regularly provides advice to policymakers at the State Capitol, mayors throughout the state as well as city council members, county board members, and other public and private sector leaders in the community. Jim has delivered hundreds of economic presentations and is regularly quoted on television, radio, and in printed media.
Key areas of recent experience include analyzing and designing state tax policy and economic development reforms, analysis of transportation and utility infrastructure investments, strategic analysis related to local government budgeting, community marketing, and state and local area tourism planning.
In addition to contracted research, Mr. Rounds volunteers time as an advocate for quality public policy development. Recently, Jim has spent much time supporting the concept of "growing from within," which includes efforts to better understand small business development issues, and strategic investment in education and workforce training. Jim is on the Board of Directors of the Arizona Association for Economic Development, and is a member of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee's Finance Advisory Committee, the Maricopa Association of Governments' Economic Development Committee, the Arizona Economic Roundtable, the Surface Transportation Funding Task Force, and has served on dozens of committees and task force efforts at both the state and local levels.
Previously, Mr. Rounds was a Senior Economist and Senior Budget Analyst with the Arizona Joint Legislative Budget Committee, and Senior Vice President at Elliott D. Pollack & Company. Jim has a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science degree in Economics from Arizona State University.
TRUMP WINS THE ELECTION!