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Officers Directory of Jackson County Republican Committee

Chairman - Mark Anthony Jones - [email protected]
Vice Chairman - Teresa McBride - [email protected]
Secretary - Carolyn Caton - [email protected]
Treasurer - Kress Cambers - [email protected]


Office address:
Jackson County Republican Headquarters
1140 West US Hwy 40
Blue Springs, MO 64015

Office phone 816-875-9690

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  • Mark Anthony Jones
    commented 2022-03-19 16:57:37 -0500
    Please do not leave comments here if you expect anyone from the committee to see them. They sit on this site and are not forwarded to anyone. Please use the email or phone.
  • Brad Rebers
    commented 2022-02-09 16:19:05 -0600
    Do you have a number where we can call you? I understand 14 Republicans voted with The Democrats on redistricting. All 14 need to be censured primaried and voted out. All 14 are traitors
  • Roni Cooper
    followed this page 2021-12-31 10:32:44 -0600
  • John Cathie Stilley
    commented 2021-05-27 16:30:50 -0500
    I would like to be involved. Was a committee person in Iowa. We need Republicans on the City Council. They are doing the Mayor’s and DNC bidding.
  • Sandi Pickett Jeffries
    commented 2021-03-25 11:06:48 -0500
    I would like to be involved in a small way to help stop this rolling wave of socialism I see trying to overtake this fantastic and free nation under God. As a retired teacher I have been shocked as the slow, overtake of the minds and hearts of our free loving people.

    The Bible has warned of the way it can slip in so smooth and take over our hearts but God help us now in the wonderful Nation that I love.

    As a Republican I want to be aware in the ways I can as a retired person.

    Sandi Jeffries
  • Robin Rysavy
    commented 2020-11-15 12:05:08 -0600
    I want to know if I can join to help get Republicans elected in Jackson County. I live in Cass County, but work and shop in Jackson County. I’m sick of Frank White and the other DEMONcrats who only want tyranny and control. Can I help?? Please let me know.
  • Jennifer Finch
    commented 2020-10-19 12:06:39 -0500
    Ralph Gerlt, the local Jackson County Republican Party is financially separate from and not supported by the Republican National Committee and the re-election campaign of President Trump. Please follow up with the address, website, or email to which you responded with your prior donations. Thank you.
  • Ralph Gerlt
    commented 2020-10-19 11:44:46 -0500
    I have made two checks to the election of DJT, however they have not been placed for deposit. One was made to the RNC for $50 and one was made to TMAGA for $75.00. Thes checks were written and mailed on the 30th of Sept. I am wondering if there is a delay in making the deposit or if they have been discarded by the USPS?
  • Bruce Bunch
    commented 2020-10-14 19:19:38 -0500
    My wife and I voted yesterday at the Independence Absentee-In-Person polling location. As my wife went to put her printed out ballot in the depository, it spit it back out like a currency slot does on a vending machine. The polling worker said it was because the barrel was too full, so he took a key and removed the machine from on top of the barrel and reached inside the barrel and shuffled the ballots around to make more room.
    Is this right? Why do we have these machines with locks on them if just any ole worker can open it up for access to all of the ballots? Does anybody else feel this is wrong? Why don’t they have additional barrels if this one was full?
    We voted around 2:30pm so I know there were many more voters yet to come. So, how were they going to accommodate the rest of them?
    I am just very concerned that just any polling worker can access all of the ballots so easily. This worker was the kid who went around wiping down the chairs we sat in to fill out our ballots.
    I hope somebody of authority in the republican party, as well as the democratic party, will look into this practice.
  • Jennifer Finch
    commented 2020-10-12 21:52:36 -0500
    Michael Shepard: Some people just vote no on all judges as a statement of accountability. Here are recommendations from our Vice-Chairman Nola Wood. They are her personal opinions based on research and talking with trusted sources: Here’s the list of judges being considered for retention, with recommendations by a trusted source:
    Breckinridge NO
    Chapman – No opinion
    Garrett – Yes
    Campbell – Yes
    Torrence – NO
    Atkins – Yes
    Harrell – Yes
    Keal – Yes
    Rodecap – Yes
    Stockdale – Yes. She was appointed by Gov.Parson
    Amendment 1: I can actually argue both sides of the term limits issue.
    Amendment 3, Very important! Please vote yes to restore fair redistricting, and to turn around the deceptive “Clean Missouri” passed in 2018 which was actually a dirty trick.
    More information is available at
    Jackson County Question 1, I’ll vote yes to fund 911 calls.
    Jackson County Q. 2, I’ll vote no, to retain the statues of Andrew Jackson, to stand against the cancel culture trying to do away with history. He was a flawed human, but was key to our history.
    Thank you!
    Nola Wood [email protected]
  • Michael Shepard
    commented 2020-10-12 12:33:23 -0500
    Do you have recommendations for judges on the upcoming election?
  • Dorothy Sipe
    followed this page 2020-09-29 14:44:43 -0500
  • Jennifer Finch
    commented 2020-09-27 15:33:01 -0500
  • Stephanie Myatt
    commented 2020-09-27 15:01:02 -0500
    How do I get signs for my yard?
  • Joyce Hahn
    commented 2020-09-23 15:20:22 -0500
    I would like to have a Large Trump & Pence sign for my Lawn. Where can I get one?
  • Jennifer Finch
    commented 2020-08-11 22:36:32 -0500
    Robert Lafferry: You should receive a voter ID card in the mail. If you don’t have it within 4 weeks of registering, check with your election board. If you are in the city limits of Kansas City within Jackson County that would be
  • Robert Lafferry
    commented 2020-08-03 18:35:47 -0500
    I recently moved to Kansas City Missouri. And how do I check to make sure my voter registration went through correctly?
  • Antonia Viens
    followed this page 2019-03-18 16:08:03 -0500