Hernando Republicans
To mobilize, empower and educate the citizens of Hernando County.

About Hernando Republicans

The Hernando County Republican Party is dedicated to defeating the big government agenda that is hurting our small businesses and the lives of those in the middle class. We stand, and work for, the success and opportunity of every American regardless or race, color, or gender. But, we cannot do it alone.

Come join us as we fight to build this county, state and nation for future generations. 

Our headquarters is located at 19227 Cortez Blvd in Brooksville. The phone number is 352-796-4741. 


Blaise Ingoglia

Chairman, Hernando County Republican Party


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commented 2015-09-08 14:17:18 -0400 · Flag
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dM8wluBXH3Y GREAT VIEWING of TRUMP supporters and why!
commented 2015-09-08 14:15:33 -0400 · Flag
TRUMP 2016!
commented 2015-09-04 23:20:40 -0400 · Flag
yes he is michael , we need leaders who cant be bought , in fact we need not only term limits but people who go into public office now should be paid min wage like the rest of america , guess what would happen , more honest people would be in office , im sick of carrier cats getting rich at the poor guys expense and when they make promises and never keep them and keep taking the few rights we have away in clever sceamse, im not the only one , and i am paying attion , alot of us are …..GO TRUMP 2016
commented 2015-09-03 09:53:03 -0400 · Flag
Trump would run the country like a Boss GO TRUMP !!!!!!
commented 2015-08-08 17:58:00 -0400 · Flag
Disinviting Trump from the Red State Forum isnot good. It seems like top Republicans want to force him into a third party run so that we can lose again.
commented 2015-08-02 19:27:24 -0400 · Flag
I have to say this, and I don’t know if anyone else sees this, but, unfortunately it has made me a racist against some of the black populous, which I am definitely not that way; as a matter of fact, if I had my choice (although I like quite a few of our candidates) I would choose Ben Carson, so I want that put in perspective to what I am about to say. All of this “Black Lives Matter” movement was caused by two things, and two things only, and that is, our president and our former U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder. Why? Because when Ferguson happened, a young man who just got done robbing a store owner (caught on tape) and who tried to “kill” a police officer, who tried to defend himself and, unfortunately, ended up killing Michael Brown, Holder and Obama fed the frenzy that was going on there in Ferguson, and gave them a purpose and the biggest backing one could ever hope for, and, as as we all know, it went from there: Baltimore, watching them, as well, tear up their town and people’s lives, look what’s going on there, they are actually being defended for their conduct, and so on, hopefully anyone who reads this knows what’s going on. How do we fix it? I seriously don’t know now, and I think it’s going to get much, much worse, and, to me, this is terrorism by our own people. I believe Obama and Holder need to be called out on this somehow, I think they need to admit that they opened Pandora’s Box, and close it once again. I think Obama needs to be called out on what’s going on with Planned Parenthood, Hillary Clinton, the Iran Deal, but there is absolutely nothing that can be done, because the people who are uprising and big-time Obama supporters, have no iota what is going on, nor do they care. All I can say is, God help our country, and I mean that from the bottom of my heart. I have a daughter who is an RN going on her Master’s Degree, and I have a son who just started dental school, through a scholarship with the Army that only 60 people in the United States earns each year, and I fear constantly what their lives are going to be like when they worked so very hard to get where they are at, and P.S. they are not from a rich family by any means, and were raised by myself, divorced when they were 12 and 7 (although their father was also a big part of their life, and we always put them first and foremost, no animosity) so I hate the excuse that single-parent homes produce broken children, it’s how much attention and discipline you put in your children’s lives, and how much you teach them the importance of a good education, and “Stick to it.” All I can say is, I hope America does the right thing and quits all this political correctness, all this animosity, all this hatred that we now have with our first black president, because this isn’t how it was supposed to go, and there will come a point very soon where there “will be no turning back,” mark my words.
commented 2015-07-26 00:34:37 -0400 · Flag
Please all of you that are taking this over consider that
commented 2015-07-26 00:33:55 -0400 · Flag
History lesson number one Ronald Reagan was not a part of the Republican establishment but you went on to win and was a great president
commented 2015-07-26 00:32:43 -0400 · Flag
Donald Trump is leading in the polls and use growing ever more stronger so all you need there’s need to take note of that
commented 2015-07-25 01:26:40 -0400 · Flag
If jeb bush gets the Republican nomination he will be no better then Hilary Clinton they might as well run on the same ticket
commented 2015-07-25 01:13:34 -0400 · Flag
No bushes ever again . none . no bush or Clinton ever!!!;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
commented 2015-07-25 01:12:13 -0400 · Flag
_ no more buses ever no b******* no bushes no buses. That the wrong way to go.
commented 2015-07-25 01:10:47 -0400 · Flag
I want a Ted Cruz and Trump ticket that would be best
commented 2015-07-25 01:09:42 -0400 · Flag
Trump and the Tea Party are the only ones I could turn this not career politicians
commented 2015-07-25 01:02:15 -0400 · Flag
I’ll vote for no more rinos . I’m very over that and no more party leaders that want to betray America with balls deals with a liberal all you who hate the Tea Party and all you who hate Iran so be it but I’m going with my conviction I’m done
commented 2015-07-25 00:59:51 -0400 · Flag
Trump all the way I’m going to tell you something prou nice there’s out there for you don’t understand is if you don’t get behind trump of course the Republican Party will suffer thing is not enough Republicans want to admit the truth that our party leaders are selling us out and that Ted Cruz today illustrated that with the agent deal our own party leader sold America out it’s time for career politicians to take a back seat and like common sense and people that really do care about America come forward I’m done with politics as usual
commented 2015-07-24 01:05:39 -0400 · Flag
Since when did standing up for your belies mean you gotta say sorry? You might offend someone ? Its sad . you do realize in brooksville they will come for the Confederate soldierin front of the old courthouse just a matter of time . no Republican will stand tall! Only follow partylines….
commented 2015-07-24 00:57:08 -0400 · Flag
They were given the house and senate and do nothing
commented 2015-07-24 00:44:08 -0400 · Flag
Once again trump is leading again all you naysayers mark my words . this man does speak truth no one in both camps wants out . I don’t wish or knock the Republican party but I’ve seen it changed so much from 1984 till now I no longer can support another rink!!!!! The party tops need to re connected with the base or all is lost anyway. I signed up today with trump and urge everyone to . let’s make America Great Again. No carrier politicain does . they only want votes power and money .5rump is much more and you’ll find he will not burn out as you say an hope
commented 2015-07-23 08:07:08 -0400 · Flag
stop knocking the Republican Party – they are only as strong as the people supporting it -
commented 2015-07-22 17:31:59 -0400 · Flag
Mr. Brown, I think the other nominees are taking so-called “advice” from Mr. Trump and seeing exactly what their constituents want, so I am hopefully/prayerfully expecting the ones who stand a chance to stand their ground and not pander, ones who have a “chance” to win. So, really, Mr. Trump is doing the party a favor, and who knows, maybe that was his intention all along, but he really needs to quit putting his party down, focus on Clinton and Sanders, because he’s definitely giving them ammunition, which they will get plenty from the debates about to come!!
commented 2015-07-22 17:11:41 -0400 · Flag
One last thing . there no way in hell I’m voting for jeb bush
commented 2015-07-22 17:07:45 -0400 · Flag
look I’m angry with the politics as usualill vote for no more rinks I’m done . the party has destroyed its self because everyone I voted for went right along with the dems. So dam worried over the p. C Crowd and I as a voter in the was ignored by my own party . Republican party has done this not trump . now were stuck with Obama care.gay marriage. Ect ect .and all of mexico…living here taking our much needed services and jobs illegally. I’m done talking here just you need to know I’m not alone in my feelings and the party eliets really need to change and get it together or your gonna lose anyway……..had the 2012 promises been half kept maybe it would be different. Bye
commented 2015-07-22 16:55:42 -0400 · Flag
I can’t disagree. We have an excess of people simply spouting political BS and doing nothing. Many of us are quite disappointed and disheartened. But Trump has no chance, nor will he be the president you think he will even if he could get elected. We simply CAN’T give up or give in.
commented 2015-07-22 16:50:56 -0400 · Flag
Well, Mr. Brown, I am truly not trying to pick a fight with you by any means, but if Trump is the nominee, Sanders or Clinton will finish off the fundamental changes and we will not even know this country anymore. You have to remember, sir, there are way more Independents nowadays than Republicans or Democrats, because they cannot stand the “fringe” of the Tea Party or the “absolute socialists,” as in Pelosi, Reid, Sanders, so as what happened in 2012, Independents just didn’t vote, will happen again, and it’s “Hello President Clinton or Sanders.” Think about this and do some homework on this issue, please!! But as I said before, I believe Mr. Trump is going to hang himself all by himself, he’s a smart businessman, but not presidential!! Also, sir, there is absolutely nothing the Republicans can do until they get a president that agrees with them, along with a bigger majority in the Senate, remember the government shutdown by Cruz in 2010 and we got slammed in the congressional races??
commented 2015-07-22 16:44:54 -0400 · Flag
I’m tired of voting for people in my party who promise us one thing then do nothing my vote was wasted in 2012 at least trump will stand up to the libteal press. No Republican will . I’m done
commented 2015-07-22 16:35:27 -0400 · Flag
The country’s already been changed fundamentally and the Republicans went right along with the Democrats in doing so
commented 2015-07-22 16:32:59 -0400 · Flag
I’m not saying it I know I’m voting trunk a lot of people are that I know I’m not going to throw away my vote this time like I did in 2012 and vote for Republicans will not stand up for what they’re supposed to what we voted them to do I’m not going to do it again I’m tired of this turns the only one who will speak out and that’s where my boats going to go
commented 2015-07-22 16:27:53 -0400 · Flag
I am quite pleased that we have Trump and think he is bringing issues into the media that would never be aired otherwise. That said, I feel he is neither a good Republican nor Conservative, and certainly not presidential. See http://louderwithcrowder.com/donald-trump-i-identify-more-as-a-democrat-emphatically-praises-hillary/. The liberal media loves him as they feel he is destroying any chance we have to win. They gleefully broadcast his statements, over and over. The media loves him because they hate us.
commented 2015-07-22 15:12:26 -0400 · Flag
I agree that everything Donald Trump is saying is so very true, and I do admit that it is refreshing that he does not back down on what he believes, but if he’s gets the party nomination, there is absolutely no way he will win in the general election, again, NO WAY he will win in the general election, and then we will have Hillary Clinton, or even worse, Bernie Sanders. It’s also scary to think that if he doesn’t win the party nomination, he would not care one iota about the party and he will run as a third party, and we will also have a Clinton or Sanders president and our country will never, ever be the same again. So, please, Mr. Brown, think about what you’re saying. Also, mark my words, his high ratings will not last, you cannot have someone in your own supposedly party who is trashing everyone else in his party, he is uncontrollable!!!!
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