Welcome

Since 1962, the Federation has provided the primary financial, staff, and office support for the Lake County Republican Party. It provides an ongoing and visible presence for Republican activities in Lake County by underwriting a permanent storefront office in Libertyville with an experienced and dedicated Executive Director and volunteers. Your membership in, and support of, the Federation assures the continuation of these vital activities for Republican candidates, elected officials, and Party Volunteers.

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Election Resources

Voter Power

Voter Power is a tool from the Lake County Clerk's office to provide individual voter information, from polling place to requesting a vote by mail ballot.  Click here to open a form that will enable access your personalized Voter Power page.more

Election Calendar

The election calendar for the April 4, 2017 General Election has been posted.  Click here to access it on the County Clerk's website.more

Voter Information

The April 4th Consolidated Election includes many important municipal, school board, and township elections.  Click here to access the Consolidated Election page on the County Clerk's website.more
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Latest News

04/18/2017

Lake County Republican Federation revealed speaker for Spring Gala's 55th anniversary

Republican National committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel will be the keynote speaker for its 55th anniversary Spring Gala. Federation President Larry Falbe says this will be McDaniel's first engagement in Illinois since her election in January.

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04/12/2017

LCRF Announces RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel as Keynote Speaker for 55th Annual Spring Gala

The Lake County Republican Federation announces Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel will be the Keynote Speaker for its 55th Anniversary Spring Gala. The event takes place on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at the Chevy Chase Country Club in Wheeling, Illinois. The cocktail reception begins at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 7:00 p.m. more
11/14/2016

The Making of President Donald Trump

All the data. All the models. All wrong

It was almost 3 a.m. when the President-elect finally took the stage, his blue suit, white shirt and red tie perfectly matched to the phalanx of flags arranged behind him. The polls and the experts and the data modelers predicted it would be a woman for the first time in the nation’s history — but no, it was another man, another blue suit, another red tie.

And yet, if it had been the woman, everyone would have known what to expect.

Donald John Trump, political novice, self-promoter and gleeful provocateur, was elected the 45th President of the United States on Nov. 8 in one of the most extraordinary and unforeseen developments in American history. more
11/14/2016

Madigan, Democrats losing House supermajority

The Democrats' supermajority in the state House is on its way out.

That means Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner doesn't have to worry about the Democrats overriding his vetoes by themselves, at least for the next two years.more
11/14/2016

McConchie cruises to win in 26th State Senate race

With nearly all precincts counted late Tuesday night, state Sen. Dan McConchie held a 20-point lead over his Democratic challenger as he sought election to the Barrington-area legislative seat he was appointed to earlier this year, according to unofficial results.

McConchie, a Hawthorn Woods Republican, had 61,074 votes, 60 percent of the total, with 164 of 167 precincts reporting. Kelly Mazeski, a Barrington Hills Democrat and political newcomer, was behind with 41,467 votes.more
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LCRF Officers

Larry Falbe
President

Kim Madden
Vice President

L. Robert Pasquesi
Vice President & Treasurer

Robert Mayo
Secretary

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