CHATHAM REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE MEETS MONDAY, JUNE 13
Join us at the Community Center at 7 o'clock on Monday, June 13.
Our last meeting on May 10th was very productive. Several new folks joined us. We are hoping many more will join us June 13th as we continue our planning for the 2012 elections.
We have to constitute a new Republican town commitee by August 1. We plan to enlarge the committee from its present 15 to 35, the most allowed by Massachusetts law and we welcome new recruits. We will circulate an agenda well in advance of the meeting.
We want the best possible turnout in 2012 for the Republican presidential candidate. Crucial is the re-election of our U.S. Senator Scott Brown, who will be under heavy attack by the Massachusetts Democratic machine and its public union allies. We also will field Republican candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives, the state Senate and State Representative.
We will have a great chance in 2012 to elect our candidates for statewide office. It was only the public union employee turn out that Boston Mayor Menino orchestrated that deprived us of victory in 2010. Winning all the cities and towns except the union-controlled big cities isn't enough if we can't achieve better numbers in those public union strongholds.
Our Republican headquarters last fall was a great success serving not only Chatham, but Harwich and Brewster. All our top statewide Republican candidates carried Chatham.
We'll be working with other Lower Cape towns again for the 2012 election, the most important election for the future of a sane America.
Our next big event will be the 4th of July parade.
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