Select a state and then a county to see the existing memorials



The Ronald Reagan Legacy Project looks to point you to resources that will be helpful in remembering and learning about Ronald Reagan; including: speeches, articles, and other organizations.

You have the opportunity to take a leadership role in naming a building, road, or park after Ronald Reagan?  You can also urge your Governor to recognize February 6th as “Ronald Reagan Day” in your state.

Has your Governor Issued a Proclamation Honoring Ronald Reagan on Feb 6th?

Thirty-two governors have issued or have committed to issuing a proclamation honoring Ronald Reagan’s 101st Birthday

Prince William County School Board honors Reagan with naming of middle school

On Wednesday, March 2, the Prince William County School Board in Virginia voted to approve the naming of two new public schools. Piney Branch Elementary School, named for historical significance, will open this coming fall. Ronald Wilson Reagan Middle School, named in honor of our 40th president, is currently under construction and is scheduled to open in the fall of 2012.

State Legislatures Honor Ronald Reagan for 100th Birthday

Legislatures pass resolutions paying tribute on February 6, 2011

This year, the Ronald Reagan Legacy Project has asked state legislatures to pass resolutions declaring February 6 in tribute to Ronald Reagan. February 6, 2011 marks the 100th anniversary of late President Reagan’s birthday. The Ronald Reagan Legacy Project proudly commends the legislators -- Republicans and Democrats alike -- who have chosen to recognize February 6. Many of the resolutions passed with unanimous support. Thus far, 24 legislatures have passed resolutions in one or both chambers.
Legislatures who have adopted resolutions in one chamber:

CaliforniaACR 9 Asm. Martin Garrick
TennesseeHR 0005 Rep. Jimmy Matlock
IllinoisSR 0048 Sen. Christine Radogno
TexasHR 21 Reps. Ken Paxton, Bill Zedler
IowaHR 10 Speaker Kraig Paulsen
WashingtonSR 8619 Sen. Pam Roach
OhioHR 27 Rep. John Adams  

 Legislatures who have adopted resolutions in both chambers:

AlaskaHJR 13 Rep. Bill Stoltze
North DakotaHCR 3013 Rep. Jim Kasper; Sen. David Hogue
ArkansasHR 1008 Rep. Jon Woods; SR 5
Sen. Ruth Whitaker
OklahomaHR 1007 Rep. Pam Peterson; SR 2
Sen. Cliff Branan
ColoradoHJR 1009 Rep. Chris Holbert; Sens. Ted Harvey, Kevin Grantham
PennsylvaniaHR 23 Rep. Daryl Metcalfe; SR 18 Sen. Jake Corman

DelawareSCR 2 Rep. Bobby Outten; Sen. Colin Bonini
Rhode IslandHR 5196 Reps. Laurence Ehrhardt, John Savage; S 0260 Sen. Francis Maher
GeorgiaHR 188 Rep. Bill Hembree; SR 115
Sens. Chip Rogers, Cecil Stanton
South CarolinaS*338
Sen. John Courson
IdahoHP 2 Reps. Linden Bateman, Stephen Hartgen; Sen. Brent Hill
South DakotaHCR 1002 Rep. Jim Bolin; Sen. Todd Schlekeway
KentuckyHR 95 Reps. Mike Harmon, Ben Waide; SR 77 Sen. John Westwood
UtahSJR 8 Rep. Gregory Hughes; Sen. Dan Liljenquist
MaineSP 78 Sen. Jonathan Courtney
VirginiaHJ 767 Rep. Steven Landes; SJ 419 Sen. Stephen Martin
NevadaSCR 3 Asm. Scott Hammond; Sen. Barbara Cegavske

This year, the Texas House of Representatives has also adopted a resolution, HR 269 sponsored by Rep. Marva Beck, honoring First Lady Nancy Reagan.

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