Nikki Haley to Visit Davenport this Week to Support Mariannette Miller-Meeks

Former South Carolina Governor and UN Ambassador Nikki Haley will be in Davenport this coming Wednesday in support of Dr. Mariannette Miller-Meeks congressional campaign. 

They will be holding a rally at 3pm at Dahl Old Car Home and you must register ahead of time. Go to the link by clicking here and we hope you can make it Wednesday. 

Participants will be encouraged to wear a mask. 

Location: Dahl Old Car Home 5215 Grand Avenue, Davenport (Map)

Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Time: 3:00pm

Keep Strong Leadership in Scott County

A Powerful Video from True the Vote on the Integrity of Our Elections

Note: While this video contains a couple of ads, every American should watch it for the content.

Absentee Voting

Absentee voting IS NOT the same as vote by mail.  There is a chain of custody with absentee ballots and the ballot can be tracked to the voter, unlike vote by mail in which ballot are mass mailed to everyone who ever registered to vote regardless of their current eligibility. 

Any registered Iowa voter may apply for an absentee ballot and then send their ballot to their auditor’s office by mail.  It is important to vote with an absentee ballot if you know that you will not be able to vote in person on November 3 for any reason.  Your voice should be heard and your vote should be counted.

Currently in Scott County the Democrats are ahead of the Republicans in absentee voting.  While Republicans are well known for being Election Day voters, it is critical that every Republican vote be cast in what is shaping up to be the most important election in our lifetime. 

The Iowa Secretary of State website has all of the information that you need for absentee voting.  Click here for more information regarding absentee voting.

The video below illustrates election security in Iowa. You may get all of the Iowa voter information that you need by clicking here.

Mail-In Voting and Voter Fraud, and What You Need to Know

Election Security in Iowa

Genesis Community Compassion Campaign

In the midst of our nation’s most challenging healthcare crisis, Genesis is here to keep our community safe and healthy. We are deeply grateful to our doctors, nurses and staff for their daily efforts and dedication. 

We are also very thankful for the outpouring of love and support from our community. These expressions of gratitude remind us that we are truly “in this together.”

You can help! Please join your friends and neighbors in supporting those who live out our mission of providing compassionate, quality care for all those in need.  

From monetary donations to gift cards from local restaurants to sewing masks and writing letters of hope, there are many ways to show you care. Thank you!

Click here for ways to give to this campaign.

COVID-19 Coalition Website

The COVID-19 Coalition is a coalition of the Scott County and Rock Island EMA, hospitals and health officials, elected officials, and first responders from all over the Quad Cities area. The Coalition has developed a COVID-19 information website for any and all information related to COVID-19. The website can be fount at www.TogetherQC.com

Scott County Republicans continues to operate during the COVID-19 crisis, but we are doing so from remote. We are still mission focused for this November, but we want to encourage everyone to visit the COVID-19 Coalition website and follow the recommendations to help flatten the curve, stop the spread, and remain healthy until this crisis has passed.