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Ronald Floyd Garrison
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819 Van Buren Ave
New Chicago, Indiana 46342-1155
Tel: (219) 616-4512
The Early Years
Ronald Floyd Garrison was born on August 22, 1968 is the city of Gary, Indiana to Darlene Alice Garrison and Arthur F Garrison. Ron has one Brother, Scott A. Garrison. He lived in Aetna are of Gary, Indiana till the age of three, at that time they moved to the Glen Park area of Gary, Indiana. At the age of thirteen the family moved to Portage, Indiana for a year then moved to Hobart Indiana while they built their home in New Chicago, Indiana.…
Jim Lahaie is a Representative Intern for the Buckley for Superior Court 4 campaign, a student at the Hobart University of Ivy Tech, a former member of the United States Air Force Auxiliary, and Precinct 3 Committeeman to the City of Hobart serving a four-year term.
He is a Conservative Nationalist and right-wing populist who is serving in the capacity of Board Advisor to the HRPC and also writes on his conservative Facebook platform, named ‘Political Talk with Jim Lahaie’. Jim was appointed to his presently held position after expressing interest in becoming involved with the party in July of 2020.
The Hobart Republican Party holds meetings monthly at the Hobart Community Center. We encourage and appreciate anyone who is looking to make their voice heard to please attend a meeting.
If you are looking to run for office, become part of policy change, or voice your opinion come out and see us. We are looking to fill precinct captain positions throughout Hobart. If you are interested please contact us today.
Our mission is to educate, influence, and change the pace of politics in our city with the support of people like you.
Together we shall put an end to the passionless bureaucracy we have grown accustomed to in Hobart.