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Join Me for a Little “Love & Politics”

(Chuck Muth) – As you know, I like to put a little “fun” in fundraising events. And if you haven’t yet made plans for Valentine’s Day night this Wednesday, here’s a fun option as detailed in this Mesquite Monthly article…

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This Valentine’s Day, forget the roses and chocolates (well, actually, keep the chocolates!) and head over to the Mesquite Veterans Center for a hilariously unconventional Mesquite Republican Women’s Club meeting, “Love and Politics”!

Doors open at 5:00 pm on February 14 at 840 Hafen Lane, Mesquite.  This event is open to all the lovebirds and lone eagles of the Republican community.  Whether your single and ready to debate or a couple who bonds over bills and ballots, this is the place for you on Valentine’s Day.

And who better to host a political parody of “The Newlywed Game” than Chuck Muth, the man behind Citizen Outreach Foundation and the notorious Pigpen Project, known for cleaning up Nevada’s voter rolls.

Muth’s wit and wisdom will guide our contestants through a series of hilariously revealing political questions.  It’s like a first date interrogation but with more laughs and less awkward silence.

But wait, there’s more!  Along with our game show shenanigans, enjoy wine, drinks, cheese, and yes, those aforementioned chocolates.  It’s a chance for Mesquite Republicans to mingle, chuckle, and maybe even learn a thing or two about each other’s political prowess.

“Love & Politics” isn’t just a Valentine’s Day party; it’s a celebration of our shared love for politics and good, clean fun.

So whether your’re flying solo or with your conservative counterpart, join us for an evening where love, laughter, and little bit of political leg-pulling come together in the most entertaining way possible!

P.S. The winners will take home a trophy and maybe even some prizes!

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As long as I don’t screw it up, this is gonna be a BLAST!

Perfect “date night.”  Free admission.  Please join us.

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  1. Picking the wrong race
  2. Picking the wrong district
  3. Picking the wrong issues
  4. Picking the wrong time
  5. Picking the wrong consultants
  6. Picking unnecessary fights with the media
  7. Picking door-knocking over fundraising


“While the Nevada GOP didn’t embarrass itself like Iowa Democrats did in 2020, the caucus was a mess. Just 10 percent of Republicans voted, yet many had to wait 90 minutes to 2 hours. Understandable if turnout was 75 percent. Concerning when it’s 10 percent.” – Columnist Victor Joecks

Mr. Muth is president of Citizen Outreach, publisher of Nevada News & Views, and founder of  You can sign up for his conservative, Nevada-focused e-newsletter at  His views are his own.


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