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The St Clair Republican Central Committee has filed a lawsuit against the St Clair County Board Chairman and the County Clerk for the redistricting map which was approved June 2, 2021. A number of statutes and laws, State and Federal, were violated in the making of the map. The lawsuit will be decided by the United States District Court, Southern Illinois District. The case was put into the docket of the Honorable Judge Dugan on August 12t.h.  Your contribution toward this lawsuit and the drawing of an alternate map would be appreciated.

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The Founding of the Republican Party

1854

MARCH 20

First Republican Party meeting in Ripon, Wisconsin.

1854

JULY 6

Under the Oaks Convention.

1863

JANUARY 1

President Abraham Lincoln issues Emancipation Proclamation.

1865

JANUARY 31

Republican-controlled 38th Congress passes the 13th Amendment abolishing slavery.

1866

JANUARY 13

With unanimous Republican support and against intense Democrat opposition, Congress passes the 14th Amendment.

1872

MARCH 1

Republican-controlled 42nd Congress establishes Yellowstone as first national park.

1872

DECEMBER 9

First African-American governor, Pinckney Pinchback (R-LA), inaugurated.

1917

APRIL 2

First woman in Congress, Rep. Jeannette Rankin (R-MT), sworn in.

1919

MAY 21

Republican-controlled 66th Congress passes the 19th Amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote.
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Redistricting in Illinois

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More History of the Republican Party

1924

JUNE 2

Republican-controlled 68th Congress and President Calvin Coolidge grant citizenship to Native Americans.

1928

DECEMBER 7

First Hispanic U.S. Senator, Senator Octaviano Larrazolo (R-NM), sworn in.

1949

JANUARY 3

Margaret Chase Smith (R-ME) becomes the first woman to serve in both the Senate and the House of Representatives.

1954

MAY 17

Brown v Board of Education strikes down racial segregation in public schools; majority decision written by Chief Justice Earl Warren, former governor (R-CA) and vice presidential nominee.

1957

SEPTEMBER 9

President Dwight Eisenhower signs the 1957 Civil Rights Act.

1959

AUGUST 21

First Asian-American U.S. Senator, Hiram Fong (R-HI), is seated.

1964

JUNE 10

Senate passes the 1964 Civil Rights Act when the Republican leader, Everett Dirksen (R-IL), defeats Democrat filibuster.

1981

SEPTEMBER 25

Sandra Day O’Connor, appointed by President Reagan, becomes first woman on the Supreme Court.

1987

JUNE 12

President Ronald Reagan calls for liberation of East Europeans from Communism with “Tear Down This Wall” speech.
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