9/16/2021 0 Comments
LITTLE ROCK, AR – La Presidente del Partido Repúblicano de Arkansas (RPA), Jonelle Fulmer emitió la siguiente declaración con respecto al inicio del Mes de la Herencia Hispana, que se celebra cada año del 15 de Septiembre al 15 de Octubre.
“El Partido Repúblicano de Arkansas se siente orgulloso de celebrar el Mes de la Herencia Hispana, que conmemora los aniversarios de la indepencia de varios países latinoamericanos, entre ellos, Costa Rica, Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, México y Nicaragua. Muchos Hispanoamericanos huyeron de régimens dictatoriales de algunos de sus países, en busca del sueño americano. Sus contribuciones se reconcen todos los días en Arkansas y el resto de Estados Unidos.
“La comunidad hispana en Arkansas continua creciendo, sus contribuciones impactarán a nuestro Estado por generaciones. El Partido Repúblicano de Arkansas los Saluda celebra con orgullo, con ellos, El Mes de la Herencia Hispana.”
LITTLE ROCK, AR –Republican Party of Arkansas (RPA) Chairman Jonelle Fulmer issued the following statement regarding the commencement of Hispanic Heritage Month, which is observed each year from September 15 through October 15.
“The RPA is proud to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, which marks the independence anniversaries of several Latin American countries, including Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Chile, Mexico, and Nicaragua. Many Hispanic Americans fled the dictatorial regimes of these countries to pursue the American dream. Their contributions in Arkansas and across the United States are felt every day.
“The Hispanic community in Arkansas continues to grow, and their contributions will impact our state for generations. The RPA proudly celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with them.”
LITTLE ROCK, AR – The Republican Party of Arkansas (RPA) issued the following statement regarding the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
Twenty years ago, nineteen al Qaeda terrorists committed the largest attack on American soil in history. They wanted to destroy our republic and instill fear in the American people. Instead, our country united to avenge the victims of 9/11. Since then, generations of Americans have volunteered to take the fight to terrorists around the world to keep America safe.
“I will never forget the American lives lost twenty years ago today at the hands of militant extremists, and I will always hold dear those who serve to defend us from further attack. As a mother of two military veterans who served after 9/11, I understand fully the commitment and sacrifices that our men and women in uniform have made to the defense of our great nation,” said RPA Chairman Jonelle Fulmer. “My prayers and thoughts are with the families impacted. As we reflect today, may we remember to pray for those who continue to fight in our great nation’s defense.”
LITTLE ROCK, AR – The Republican Party of Arkansas (RPA) issued the following statement regarding President Biden’s federal overreach against the private sector.
A President that campaigned to unite the country is dividing workers against employers. President Biden’s power grab over the private sector is federal overreach at its finest. The Biden Administration promised there would be no vaccine mandate, and they lied to the American people.
Biden's tactics are un-American and unconstitutional, and it is not the way to encourage Americans to get vaccinated. As Republicans, we believe in freedom and personal responsibility and reject hypocritical tyrants trying to force a vaccine mandate on hard working Americans and Arkansans.