Dear Republicans Overseas,
I would like to take this opportunity, on behalf of our leadership, to express my deepest appreciation to our members and partners who have supported us during the election cycle and attended our Inauguration Watch Party.
The inauguration of President Donald Trump marked a highpoint in Republican electoral fortunes – we now control the White House, the Senate and the House.
Closer to home, I can report that Republicans Overseas UK has new leadership, a close working relationship with the national Republican Party, and a clear vision on how to grow its membership and make a difference to the lives of so many Americans living and working overseas.
I’d like to share two thoughts on this vision with you now:Read more
Dear Republicans Overseas
We have less than three weeks until the election that may define a generation.
Not only are the House, Senate, and presidency up for grabs — but the Supreme Court is as well. No matter what your feelings are about our presidential candidates, our conservative principles and values need to be represented on Capitol Hill.Read more
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