C A R R O L L C O U N T Y
R E P U B L I C A N W O M E N
Established in 1943
In memory of two former members who displayed inspirational guidance & leadership to CCRW:
Venita McConnel Ruth Kelly
November 1929-October 2019 July 1929-June 2019
MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!
The Office of Donald J. Trump
45th PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES
Email President Trump at the link below with any questions or comments you may have for him,
The Office of Donald J. Trump is committed to preserving the magnificent legacy of the Trump Administration, while at the same time advancing the America First agenda. Through civic engagement and public activism, the Office of Donald J. Trump will strive to inform, educate, and inspire Americans from all walks of life as we seek to build a truly great American Future. Through this office, President Trump will remain a tireless champion for the hardworking men and women of our great country – and for their right to live in safety, dignity, prosperity, and peace.
"The best is yet to come."
"We cannot ignore the past and move forward into the future 'hoping' election fraud will not recur. The enemy did it once (or more) and thinks he got away with it. The enemy will do it again. The time to take a stand is now.
Do not let November 3, 2020 go quietly in the night."
-Lin Wood, Attorney
Our Elected Officials Represent YOU
State Rep. 89th District - Tony McCombie
State Senator 45th District - Andrew Chesney
15th Judicial Circuit Judges
Jerry Kane, Peter McClanathan, Clayton Lindsey
15th Judicial Circuit Assoc. Judge - Scott Brinkmeier
Carroll County Elected Officials
Sheriff - Ryan Kloepping
State's Attorney - Aaron Kaney
Circuit Clerk - Patty Hiher
Clerk & Recorder - Amy Buss
Treasurer - Lydia Hutchcraft
Coroner - Matt Jones
Regional Superintendent of Schools - Aaron Mercier
Carroll County Board Members
(Freedom, Savanna 1-6, Salem, Woodland, Washington Precincts)
ELECTED COUNT BOARD MEMBERS
John Grotto * Susan Jacobs * Chris Flikkema
(Mt.Carroll 1-3, Fairhaven, York Precincts)
APPOINTED COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS
Julie Bickelhaupt * Jamie Rieck
(Cherry Grove/Shannon 1-2, Rock Creek/Lima 1-2, Wysox 1-2, Elkhorn Grove Precincts)
ELECTED COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS
William Iske *Joe Payette * Keith Vandermyde
Save the Date!
October 20-21, 2023
Illinois Federation of Republican Women
HOLIDAY INN - EAST PEORIA, IL
* More details to come *
June Membership Meeting
June 22, 2023
IFRW President Jayne Lehman Raef
5:00 p.m. check-in/social time
5:30 p.m. dinner/meeting
For Reservations call:
Amy at 563-219-1502
Republican House Leader
Representative Tony McCombie
Illinois House Republican Leader
This is history-making news...Rep. McCombie is the 1st woman to lead a legislative caucus in the Illinois House of Representatives
The Illinois House Republican Caucus elected Tony McCombie (R-Savanna) as the House Republican Leader for the upcoming 103rd General Assembly.
IL Republican Senate
Senator Andrew Chesney
The Honorable Justice
Lisa Holder White
Illinois Supreme Court
4th Judicial District
The Honorable Lisa Holder White took the oath of office on Thursday, July 7th, as the newest member of the Supreme Court of Illinois, the first Black woman to sit on the state’s high court. She fills the vacancy created by the retirement of Justice Rita B. Garman, who retires as the longest serving judge in Illinois.
The appointment of Justice Holder White to the Court is effective July 8, 2022, and concludes on December 2, 2024, when the seat will be filled by the November 2024 General Election. The Supreme Court has constitutional authority to fill all judicial vacancies.
Justice Holder White earned her Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis University, and her Juris Doctor from the University of Illinois College of Law.
Lisa Holder White began her career as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Macon County before going into private practice while also serving as an Assistant Public Defender for Macon County.
In 2001, Holder White was sworn in as an Associate Judge in the Sixth Judicial Circuit, the first Black Judge in the circuit. In 2008, she became a Circuit Judge, having been appointed to the position by the Illinois Supreme Court to fill a retirement vacancy, and in 2010, was elected to the position. Justice White was sworn in on January 14, 2013, as the first Black Justice on the Illinois Appellate Court, Fourth District. In 2014, she was elected to the Illinois Appellate Court, Fourth District.
Justice Holder White previously served on and chaired the Illinois Supreme Court Judicial Conference Committee on Education, which is charged with planning and providing continuing judicial education for Illinois judges. She also previously served on and chaired the Illinois Judicial College Board of Trustees. She teaches at the bi-annual Education Conference, which all Illinois state court judges are required to attend, and previously served as an instructor for “New Judge School”. She also served on the Illinois Judicial Conference executive committee responsible for developing the Illinois Judicial Branch Strategic Agenda unveiled in October 2019.
Justice Holder White is a member of the Decatur Bar Association, the Illinois Judges Association, the Central Illinois Women’s Bar Association, the Sangamon County Bar Association, and the University of Illinois College of Law Leadership Project. She previously served on the boards of the Decatur Public Schools Foundation, the Mid-Illinois Chapter of the American Red Cross, the Community Foundation of Macon County, and Millikin University.
In April 2013, Justice White was named “Woman of the Year” at the 2013 Women of Excellence Awards, hosted by the Decatur YMCA and United Way of Decatur and Mid-Illinois. She has also been the recipient of a Lewis University Alumni Achievement Award, the Joe Slaw Civil Rights Award from the Decatur branch of the NAACP, the Illinois Jaycees Ten Outstanding Young Persons Award, the University of Illinois College of Law Black Law Students Association's James Seaberry Award for Excellence, and the Illinois Judges Association Harold Sullivan Award.
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NFRW PRESIDENT issues statement on former Pres. Trump's Indictment
"It is unprecedented that a former U.S. president has been indicted. We are a nation of laws. No one is above the law, and no one should be targeted by our legal system. American people need to have confidence in their legal systems. Speaking on behalf of the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW), I am concerned that this indictment appears to be politically motivated. The NFRW will be watching as this proceeds.”
Save the Date!
Friday, October 6, 2023
80th Birthday Celebration!
Program: House Leader McCombie will moderate a discussion between Justice Lisa Holder White & Appellate Court Justice Amy Lannerd
More Details Coming Soon!
Mark Your Calendar!
September 28 - October 1, 2023
NFRW Biennial Convention
Oklahoma City, OK
Appellate Court Justice
Amy C. Lannerd
Appellate Court Justice
Amy C. Lannerd
The Illinois Supreme Court appointed Judge Lannerd to the 8th Judicial Circuit Court in 2016, a position to which she was elected in 2018. As a circuit judge, she served on the committee to establish the Adams County Mental Health Court and as the alternate judge for the Mental Health and Drug Courts programs. In 2022, the Illinois Supreme Court assigned her to the Illinois Appellate Court for the Fourth District. Prior to her assignment, she presided over a felony docket since 2018.
Judge Lannerd has been a presenter multiple times at Ed Con, the mandatory biennial judicial education program for all Illinois judges. She has served as an Ed Con course supervisor and civil tract workgroup member. Prior to taking the bench, she presented at various Illinois State Bar Association continuing legal education courses. In addition, she has been a guest lecturer at Quincy University.
Judge Lannerd served as a member of the Supreme Court Pretrial Implementation Task Force Communications Subcommittee. She is a member of the Illinois Judges Association and Illinois State and Adams County Bar Associations.