STARK: Back The Blue Rally

With the radical leftist protesters constantly vilifying our local heroes, it is our job to stand up and defend their honor.
We will encourage, enable, and vocally stand up for our men and women in blue because we believe that law enforcement officers and their families are critical to the freedoms we cherish and the safety we enjoy.
We have a very special line up of speakers. You will also have the opportunity to engage with everyone including the speakers.

  • Niel Petersen for governor 2022
  • Mike Stewart – 30-year veteran of the U. S military police and lieutenant running mate for governor
  • Mark Pukita for U.S Senate
  • Detective Steve Loomis from the Cleveland Police Department
  • John Adams- Candidate for Secretary of State🇺🇸
  • Ohio Brett- Motivational speaker
  • Catherine MacTurk- Natural Nurse

Please wear your thin Blue line shirts, bring your American flags, your thin Blue line flags, your signs, kids and a chair.
We hope to see you there to support our local law enforcement.

They need us as much as we need them.

CUYAHOGA: Strongsville GOP Back The Blue Rally

Strongsville GOP is taking a stand for our police. A leftist group called Indivisible Strongsville is making baseless charges of systemic racism against our great police men & women. In addition to pushing the Marxists ideas of the BLM organization, they are trying to get the Thin Blue Line flag removed form the Police Station. Our police clearly need our support now more than ever!

We are going to show up at the next council meeting and show these Marxists that their warped ideology has no place in Strongsville or in Ohio! Please consider helping us line the Strongsville Commons by the clock tower with Thin Blue Line Flags and American Flags at the next council meeting by sponsoring a flag!

This is not Solon and we are not going to budge one inch against the Marxists from Indivisible Strongsville! The Thin Blue Line Flag will remain in our police station! #backtheblue

Join us for a rally to support the police prior to the next City Council Meeting on Septeber 7th.