Jan Halper-Hayes explains what makes Republicans Overseas different, allowing us to represent the interests of all 8.7 million Americans living outside the United States.
Jan Halper-Hayes, Chair of Republicans Overseas, discusses the results of the Wisconsin primary and the path heading into the Republican National Convention. Watch the interview here.
Thanks to all those who participated in the first international straw poll!Read more
Spokesperson for ROUK, Kate Andrews, spoke to BBC Radio 4's programme The Long View about Donald Trump's candidacy and how it compared to the political ambitions of Hurst, Ford and Lindburgh in the 1930's.
Spokesperson for Republicans Overseas UK, Kate Andrews, discussed the 'Ban Trump' petition in the UK, as well as the Republican Presidential primaries, on ITV's Good Morning Britain. Watch below >>
Spokesperson for Republicans Overseas UK, Kate Andrews, debated Australian MP Andrew Leigh on the future of America's gun laws and the outcomes of Australia's gun buy-back programme.
Listen here (starts 4:27)
The following article was written by Kate Andrews, ROUK Board Member, for the Telegraph.
Last night's GOP debate saw many challengers to Trump emerge, but people are still excited about him.Read more
CNN filmed and interviewed some RO UK members as they watched the last debate. Watch what they had to say!Read more
On behalf of 8.7 million overseas Americans, Republicans Overseas Action has filed a complaint and motion for preliminary injunction against the IRS in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio at Dayton. We are seeking to prevent the IRS from taking actions under FATCA/FBAR until a trial can be held by the court.Read more
Commenting on the Supreme Court's decision to uphold Affordable Care Act subsidies:
"Today’s decision from the Supreme Court has given credit to a badly-written bill that intentionally avoided re-drafting and compromise.
"The Affordable Care Act originally came to the floor when the Democrats had a supermajority in Congress and there was no chance of a filibuster. Once that supermajority was threatened, President Obama worked with House and Senate leaders to prematurely pass the bill in order to avoid re-drafting with input from Republicans.
"The result was a badly-worded law that no one had read, easily subject to error.
"The United States is in desperate need of healthcare reform, but the changes delivered by the ACA have manifested in higher non-group premium costs in 45 states, the inability to keep one’s doctor, and further financial burdens placed on the poorest and sickest patients. All the while, millions of Americans remain uninsured, with poor access to quality healthcare.
"The passage of the Affordable Care Act valued politicking over legality and policy-making. The Supreme Court has ruled that the bill holds up to scrutiny, but Americans experiencing the consequences of its mistakes know better."
For further comments or to arrange an interview, contact Kate Andrews: firstname.lastname@example.org / 07476 915072.
Republicans Overseas UK is a political organization for Americans living and working abroad. As an organization, we have three objectives:
- Support American's living, studying and working in the United Kingdom.
- Promote the interests of American ex-patriots in the political process.
- Encourage the election of common sense Republican candidates.