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ALL WELCOME: CHATHAM REPUBLICANS MEET MONDAY, FEB 8, 5PM, CHATHAM COMMUNITY CENTER


If you have friends who haven't registered to vote, urge them to do and to register Republican!

To keep up with what's going on check this website regularly and our Republican calendar
https://calendar.google.com/calendar/render?tab=wc#main_7%7Clist

Our presidential preference primary is Tuesday, March 1. If for whatever reason you can't get to the polls on Election Day you can apply for an absentee ballot. Click on the link for an application for an absentee ballot.

absentee_ballot application.pdf

Print it out (two pages), fill it out, date and sign it and mail both pages to your Town Clerk. (It's a self mailer if you can print both sides of one page; otherwise, just put both pages in an envelope and mail or deliver the envelope to the Town Clerk's Office.) Absentee ballots should be available at the Town Clerk's offices around the middle of February and one will be sent to you. You can also go to the Town Clerk's office in person to fill out an Application and, if the official ballots have arrived by then, you can also vote right then and there. Call the Town Clerk's Office to find out if the official ballots have arrived if you want to go vote in person. You can do that right up to the day before March 1 if you are to be out of town on March 1.


CHATHAM REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE
MEETING, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2015, 5 P.M.
CHATHAM COMMUNITY CENTER

AGENDA
VICE CHAIRMAN ELAINE GIBBS PRESIDING

I. PLEDGE
II. INTRODUCTIONS
III.MEETING REMINDER:
2nd Monday each month-next March 14,2016
IV.SECRETARY MARIE ACTON - REPORT-CHANGES/APPROVE MINUTES
V. TREASURER KEVIN SMITH'S REPORT-CHANGES/APPROVE
VI.IMPORTANT DATES
Feb 9- NH Primary
Feb10- Registration deadline to vote in Massachusetts Primary
Feb 11 Democratic Debate
Feb 13-Republican Debate
Feb 20-SC Primary
Feb 26-Republican debate-Telemundo
Mar 1-Super Tuesday- Al,AR,CO,GA,MA,MN,ND,OK,TN,TX,VA,WY
Mar 5 -Primary-KS,KY,LA,ME
Mar 8-Primary HI,ID,MI,MS
Mar 9-Democratic debate
Mar 10-Republican debate
Mar 14-Primary-FL,Il,MO,NC,OH
Mar 22-Primary-AZ,UT
VII-VOTE ON SUPER TUESDAY (March 1) Be sure to vote not only for your presidential preference but also for the slate of 35 running to be the new Chatham Republican Town Committee. You can vote for them all by filling in the block at the top of the list. Get your friends and neighbors to do the same.
VIII- ISSUES/CURRENT EVENTS
-Iowa results-what does it mean? (350m/3 million)
11 candidates- 180m voted (40m to the bottom 8) Top 3 separated by 8m votes (51/45/43)
Dirty tricks or just politics? (Coin toss/Carson/Microsoft app)
-BERNIE-could he win the Presidency?
$19.6 trillion in tax hikes over 10 years/won't wear tux
X-WHILE NO ONE IS WATCHING
-Obama visit to Baltimore Mosque-that has produced terrorists.
-500,000 have overstayed visas in 2015- 3600 from Pak,Iraq,Iran,Syria,Yemen,AF,Libya)
-Prisoner release in exchange for Navy personnel- never boarded plane
-Regulations (9-17) employers of more than 100 must report salaries by race and gender
-WH "Task Force on New America" - to speed up citizenship for 750m immigrants in LA alone
-Obama pardoned in Jan - 5 men indicted for illegally exporting US tech to Iran
-Administration reducing aerial surveillance at border by 50%
-More Hillary emails with names of CIA officers and foreigners on payroll
-McConnell announces will not bring bi-partisan legislation- too divisive. Obama free reign.
-Generals recommend draft for women.
XI-STRAW POLL
XII-OTHER BUSINESS

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2015 -THIS IS THE YEAR OF LINCOLN - 150 YEARS SINCE 1865

2015: THE YEAR OF LINCOLN

150 YEARS SINCE 1865

This is the 150th anniversary year of the end of the Civil War and the death of Abraham Lincoln, America’s greatest president. 1865 was one of the most momentous years in the history of America.

It was in the year 1865 that the Union was preserved, slavery was permanently ended in the United States with the 13th Amendment to the Constitution and President Lincoln was martyred for his belief in freedom and equal opportunity for all.

Abraham Lincoln is of singular importance to every American and has a special place in the heart of every Republican. Lincoln was a founder in 1854 of the Republican Party, which had as its express purpose the elimination of slavery. Lincoln went on to become the first Republican president. As Republicans, we take special pride in being his heirs.

In this YEAR OF LINCOLN, we honor and give thanks for the sacrifices President Abraham Lincoln and so many others made for a united nation and a new birth of freedom for the millions of our fellow Americans and their descendants.

The four years of Lincoln’s presidency and the Civil War were exactly 150 years ago. Chatham Republicans have been honoring President Lincoln for each year of his leadership as president and this, the most important memorial year, is when all the pain and suffering, the heartbreak and sorrow and the benefits of victory all came together in an extraordinary climax.

The freedom of slaves in rebellious territories that was accomplished in 1863 with Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation as Commander in Chief of the nation’s armed forces needed to be made permanent and extended to all blacks and others in servitude before the end of the war – and that was done.

In 1865, freedom forever for all slaves in the United States was achieved by Constitutional Amendment, the Civil War ended with the surrender of the South, the Union was preserved and the President who had freed millions of human beings from slavery and preserved the Union was assassinated.

In 1865, 150 years ago, slavery and involuntary servitude, which had existed in America for more than 250 years, long before the Declaration of Independence, were banished forever from the United States of America with the 13th Amendment. Rebellious states which had seceded and commenced the war, were brought back into the Union and, tragically, President Lincoln was murdered for bringing about a "new birth of freedom" for millions of African-Americans and their descendants.

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THE FATHER OF FREEDOM


Since Massachusetts was the epicenter of the national anti-slavery movement, it is no surprise that Massachusetts abolitionists flocked to the Republican Party.

That devotion to freedom and opportunity for all in the Republican Party continued after Lincoln's death, with Massachusetts Members of Congress often leading the way battling in the post-Civil War years, when the states of the Democratic South adopted and enforced Jim Crow laws and practices,

Republican Congresses worked to counter them. Republican Congresses adopted the 14th Amendment (1868, equal protection for all) and the 15th Amendment (1870, granting the vote to all those of “any race, color, or previous condition of servitude).

In the adoption of all three of these amendments, Massachusetts members of Congress were in the forefront, Charles Sumner in the Senate and John Baldwin in the House being among the most prominent.

The Civil Rights Act of 1875 introduced by Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner and co-sponsored in the House by Massachusetts Congressman Benjamin J. Butler was enacted by the Republican Congress and signed into law by Republican President Ulysses S. Grant. It guaranteed African Americans equal treatment in public accommodations, public transportation, and prohibited exclusion from jury service.

The Civil Rights Act of 1875 was just one of the major pieces of legislation passed by Republican Congresses after the Civil War. Those include the Civil Rights Act of 1866, the four Reconstruction Acts of 1867 and 1868, the three Enforcement Acts of 1870 and 1871, as well as the three Constitutional Amendments (13, 14 and 15) adopted between 1865 and 1870. In 1883 the Supreme Court struck down the Civil Rights Act of 1875 as unconstitutional, under the 14th Amendment, saying it only prohibited discrimination by states, not individuals.

The result of the rejection of the 1875 Civil Rights Act was widespread segregation, discrimination and an increase in black migration to the North. As well captured by the motion picture "Selma," protests grew and grew, with Martin Luther King Jr emerging as the dominant champion for the nation doing what was right. His most significant statement for the cause of justice --- "I Have A Dream" --was made at the Lincoln Memorial in 1963 before tens of thousands.

The provisions in the Civil Rights Act of 1964 MLK Jr fought for were essentially the same as those in the Civil Rights Act of 1875 stricken down by the Supreme Court. This time, the act was upheld under the Commerce Clause of the Constitution.

Even in 1964 and 1965 when the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts were enacted by a Democrat Congress, a greater percentage of Republicans voted for them than Democrats, still hobbled by Dixiecrat-style Members of Congress. Republican votes in both cases were essential to the passage of both Acts.

The first significant dates in this YEAR OF LINCOLN come this weekend, on Saturday, January 31and Sunday, February 1. It was on January 31, 1865, 150 years ago, that the 13th Amendment, which made permanent the freedom of all slaves throughout the United States, finally squeaked through the House of Representatives. It had passed easily through the Senate in 1864. On February 1st, President Lincoln added his signature to the Amendment approved by Congress.

Although Republicans were in the majority in the House as well as the Senate a handful of Democratic votes was needed in the House to reach the required 2/3ds majority. President Lincoln’s vigorous activity (some say “wheeling and dealing”) to secure those Democrat votes is the principal subject of the 2012 motion picture “Lincoln.”

After Lincoln signed the 13th Amendment, it was sent out to the states for ratification and became fully effective in December,1865. (3/4th required, achieved December 6, 1865; Amendment certified and declared effective and in force December 18, 1865 by Secretary of State Sewall).


January 31. To commemorate this enormous accomplishment, Chatham Republicans will hold a simple ceremony on Saturday, January 31 at Chatham's Civil War Memorial at the intersection of Main and Seaview Streets at 10 a.m. We will honor Abraham Lincoln and the men of Chatham whose names are inscribed on the monument who fought in the Civil War to save the Union and put an end to slavery. .

Monday, February 9th - regular meeting of February 2 rescheduled. At our meeting of Chatham Republicans on Monday, February 9th, at 5 p.m. at the Community Center, we will briefly review the year of 1864 leading up to the Year of Lincoln’s major events as well as the four years of Lincoln's presidency. South Carolina had already seceded before he was sworn in as president. We will also discuss progress on Beacon Hill, the national situation as well as the shaping up of the presidential race. We will hold our third presidential preference straw vote.
All who attend can vote.

Thursday, February 12th. On Lincoln’s Birthday, Thursday, February 12th, starting at 3:30, Chatham Republicans will present, free of charge and open to all, young and old, the acclaimed motion picture “Lincoln,” which chronicles the strenuous efforts President Lincoln and his fellow Republicans in the House undertook to secure the last handful of votes needed to attain the 2/3rds required by the Constitution to get the 13th Amendment to the Constitution through Congress.

We plan to commemorate other significant Lincoln-related events during the course of the year. To view an abbreviated chronology of significant dates in the four years of Lincoln's presidency and the Civil War, click on the link below.

THE YEAR OF LINCOLN CHRONOLOGY 1861-1865.pdf

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UPCOMING EVENTS AUGUST 1,2 AND 4, 2014

TODAY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 2014
CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE MARK ALLIEGRO PANEL ON IMMIGRATION AND THE BORDER, FALMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY, Friday, August 01, 2014, 6:30 TO 8:30, FREE.

Panelists will include, in addition to Mark on his visit to the southern border,
Louis Carpenito, Security professional and consultant
Walter Hempel, Senior Special Agent, INS/ICE (retired)
Brad Johnson, Foreign Service Officer, US State Department (retired)
Robert Woodhill, Special Agent, INS (retired)
Free. Seating 125, first come, first served.
https://www.markalliegroforcongress.org/public-forum-borders-immigration/

TOMORROW, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 2014
WINETASTING FUNDRAISER FOR TIM WHELAN FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
FIRST CRUSH WINERY, 527 MAIN STREET, HARWICH 4 TO 7. $25 ONLY!
http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?ca=0db2b0bd-0fb7-42de-bd6a-a85a40db9630&c=4dd59170-7783-11e3-929d-d4ae5275dbea&ch=4ed63890-7783-11e3-92fb-d4ae5275dbea
Congressional and other candidates invited. All welcome.

MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2014
CHATHAM REPUBLICANS MEET, 5 TO 6:30 P.M., CHATHAM COMMUNITY CENTER
SPECIAL GUESTS:
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR STATE TREASURER MIKE HEFFERNAN
https://www.mikeheffernan2014.com/
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR MASSACHUSETTS SECRETARY OF STATE DAVID D’ARCANGELO http://www.davein2014.com/
All who urgently want change on Beacon Hill and in Washington are welcome to attend.

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THE CHATHAM PARADE TODAY IS A GO! HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AMERICA!

THE CHATHAM PARADE IS ON, IT'S A GO!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AMERICA!

The parade will start at 9:30 as scheduled.

There is plenty of free parking at the Chatham Middle School (also now Monomoy Regional Middle School) on Crowell Road which intersects with Route 28 coming from Harwich (there's a stoplight in front of the CVS) and coming from Orleans (blinking yellow at the top of the hill). From 7:30 to 9:00 free shuttles will take parade participants to the assembly area on Shore Road, letting them off opposite the Fish Pier. We are number 89, but not to bother, we're the end of the parade column, so we should be nearby. At parade's end, free shuttles will return participants to the Chatham Middle School parking lot. MAP.

First time marchers welcome. Let's show our enduring pride in our country. Sunscreen, comfortable shoes, great company will make for easy walking.

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CHATHAM RTC'S NEXT MEETING: MONDAY, APRIL 7TH, 5 P.M. CHATHAM COMMUNITY CENTER. COME AND TALK ABOUT SOME REALLY IMPORTANT ISSUES.

The regular meeting for April is Monday, April 7th (today!) at 5 at the Chatham Community Center. All Republicans and others dedicated to a land of freedom and equal opportunity for all are welcome. Call Marie Acton at 508 945 2150 for additional information.

We will report on what's happening politically and on what we, your committee, is doing.

For example, this Saturday, April 5th, we had a wonderful time at our first event in our new "Celebrating the Spirit of America" series. Despite the anxiety and despair caused by the Obama Democrats' attacks on our American values, the capitalist economy and our personal health care choices, we continue to believe America is great and will be great again once Democrats are no longer stifling our choices, our job growth and our freedoms.

We plan to get into some serious discussion at the meeting and we hope you will read what follows to get attuned and will show up to let us know how you see things in the world today.

It happens that in the past week two great statements were made that are must reading. One is by Professor Thomas Sowell of Stanford's Hoover Institution. The other is by Charles Koch, the CEO of America's largest privately owned company Koch Industries. Charles Koch and his brother David have been the targets of character assassination by highly placed Democrats unparalleled in modern American political history.

If you just look at what they are saying and doing, Democrat leaders at the national level and in many states are traitors to what has made America great, the things that JFK valued such as a bubbling, vibrant, free economy. Democrats have turned on its head perhaps JFK's most famous statement: "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country."

Today's Democrats are coaxing citizens to rely on government handouts, to forget about improving themselves, getting jobs and helping themselves, their families and the economy grow and prosper. Instead, get disability payments because you're depressed, sign up for food stamps and "free" (that is, paid for by someone else) healthcare and you don't have to work at all: You can be a poet, as Democrat Nancy Pelosi said.

That's not the America of JFK, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln or even Harry Truman. Democrat elites show their hatred for what those presidents stood for. Those presidents were for the people. Today's Democrats are for the government and their control of it and control of the people they were supposedly elected to serve. They have turned on their own people and made the Democratic Party into something imported from Europe if not Russia.

Obama is the exemplar of this attitude. He just doesn't like America. He pretends when he thinks he needs to. We are no longer a Christian country, he says. At least in the White House, that is true. Obama seems to celebrate all the important days of Islam, but only works a Christian day in once in awhile. He is the only president never to go to a D-Day ceremony. We could go on.

Why is Obama undercutting America? Is it deliberate? More than a few believe so.

Read what an exasperated distinguished great American has to say about this. Dr. Thomas Sowell, a fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, is among today's most perceptive thinkers and writers. A few days he issued a two-part essay about Obama's foreign policy that is essential reading. His observations have implications for what Obama and his Democratic accomplices are doing domestically as well.

Despite the damage the Obama Democrats have already done to this nation, Dr. Sowell, like us, believe we can resume our trajectory of greatness once we clean house of those undercutting America. We can start with the 2014 elections and see Obama and his like-minded Democrats gone in January, 2017. Hopefully, the anti-American left will then have far fewer advocates left among Democratic officeholders.

Click here to read both parts of Dr. Sowell's important essay. He is saying what others are afraid to say.

It's not enough for the far left Democrats and their accomplices in the media to pursue their goal of turning America into just another would be socialist paradise, they must also kill all criticism of what they are doing.

And they are having great success. People are afraid to speak out. They will be vilified. "Political correctness" is their biggest weapon in shrinking the idea of free speech to a joke.

The First Amendment is a prime target: Not only is it free speech that must be strangled, freedom of religion must go, too, because there is only one religion - "Government is good and all powerful and will take care of you, believe in government." And behind the curtain is not the Wizard of Oz, but Democrat socialists controlling our lives and telling us what to do.

Prime targets of such vilification are Charles and David Koch, who run the largest privately owned business in the United States Koch Industries. They are Republicans.

Democrat Majority Leader in the U.S. Senate Harry Reid, from the safety of the Senate floor where he cannot be sued for slander or libel, attacks and attacks these successful men in his promotion of class warfare as a way to get the "99%" to hate the "1%" and vote Democrat. The media chorus repeats his character assassination lies and what does the average citizen know? Only what he sees and hears from the mainstream media -- led by the New York Times, the Washington Post and the Boston Globe.

Charles Koch decided to speak out and the Wall Street Journal published his statement this past week. To read it in full, click here.

Mr. Koch's opening words contain a stunning accusation, which is undeniably true:

I have devoted most of my life to understanding the principles that enable people to improve their lives. It is those principles—the principles of a free society—that have shaped my life, my family, our company and America itself.

Unfortunately, the fundamental concepts of dignity, respect, equality before the law and personal freedom are under attack by the nation's own government.

Think of that -- the words that are highlighted. Our government is attacking us, betraying us.

What are these Democrats in power seeking to accomplish? Control of us.

The central belief and fatal conceit of the current administration is that you are incapable of running your own life, but those in power are capable of running it for you. This is the essence of big government and collectivism.


Thomas Jefferson, a Republican at heart, knew of this danger, as Mr. Koch points out:

More than 200 years ago, Thomas Jefferson warned that this could happen. "The natural progress of things," Jefferson wrote, "is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground." He knew that no government could possibly run citizens' lives for the better. The more government tries to control, the greater the disaster, as shown by the current health-care debacle. Collectivists (those who stand for government control of the means of production and how people live their lives) promise heaven but deliver hell. For them, the promised end justifies the means.
Instead of encouraging free and open debate, collectivists strive to discredit and intimidate opponents. They engage in character assassination.

Serious stuff. But we have to join the battle. We have a role to play in our small corner of the world. We want America to be America -- a land of freedom and equal opportunity for all, just as Abraham Lincoln wanted it to be.

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THIS MORNING, SATURDAY, APRIL 5TH, THE CHATHAM RTC LAUNCHES THE "CELEBRATING THE SPIRIT OF AMERICA" MOVIE SERIES AT THE CHATHAM ORPHEUM THEATER

America is certainly experiencing great difficulties under the present Democratic administration in Washington, but, nonetheless, we remain Americans proud of our past and confident of our future.

Consequently, we are starting up a movie series at the Chatham Orpheum Theater downtown on Main Street on Saturday morning April 5th to remind us all of the great spirit of America that still endures in the hearts of Americans.

The first movie "Argo" celebrates the heroic rescue in 1980 of six American diplomats trapped in Tehran during the Iranian hostage crisis incredibly engineered and carried out by an obscure CIA technician specializing in disguises Tony Mendez. Ben Affleck plays Tony. The movie won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

We also will be recognizing and thanking Michelle DeSilva, who leads Cape Cod Cares 4 the Troops for the great work they do sending care packages to our service men and women overseas.

Every day American heroes be they in the military or civilian life are doing extraordinary things in defense of our nation and fellow Americans. We need to remind ourselves constantly of their service and their sacrifices and to acknowledge and express our appreciation to them and those who support them.


Doors open at 8:45. The suggested donation per person is $20 (pay at the door) for a light breakfast and the movie, to be shown at 9:30 after the recognition of Michelle DeSilva -- and to help with our 2014 election campaign for a better America.

Service men and women, VFW and American Legion members can attend free of charge, but please call to reserve in advance if possible to 508 945 2150.

To reserve and make donations for any number of seats from one to ten online, click here.

Or, if it's a last minute thing, just come and pay at the door!

When you're coming please bring along any of the items listed below that Cape Cod Cares 4 the Troops can send along to our men and women in uniform overseas. Click on list to enlarge.

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See you bright and early Saturday, April 5th, 8:30 or so for a time to feel proud to be American.

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CHATHAM RTC MEETS MONDAY, MARCH 17TH, 5 P.M., HOW TO WIN ON ELECTION DAY IN NOVEMBER

Our March meeting is this coming Monday, March 17th, 5 p.m., at the Chatham Community Center. The minutes of our February 4th meeting can be read by clicking here. 2014.02.04 CRTC Minutes.pdf

The Agenda for Monday's meeting is here and can be printed out and brought to the meeting: 2014.03.17 CRTC Meeting Agenda.pdf

For the elections this year the Republican town committees of the Lower Cape are working together as never before to turn out the biggest vote for Republican candidates we possibly can.

We all know how important these November elections are for the nation and for Massachusetts. It's up to us the voters to get America and Massachusetts back on a sound fiscal footing conducive to economic and job growth.

Collectively, the town committees have to raise at least $50,000 to do the job in the 4th Barnstable District that needs to be done. This is about what a candidate for state representative needs to raise to have a fighting chance to win her race. We are about 30% on the way to our goal. Through events and fundraising appeals we hope to reach our target by mid-summer, which is when our personal campaigning -- involving door-to-door contact -- will move into high gear.

Our job is two-fold: To persuade folks that this year above all for the sake of our future they should vote Republican and to get them to turn out to vote on Election Day, November 4th.

In addition to funds, we will need volunteers and in the coming weeks we will be reaching out for help.

Upcoming events.

Our next event, which we urge you to attend, is our "Celebrating the Spirit of America" motion picture day on Saturday, April 5th in the morning. Suggested donation is $20. All profits from the event will go to our Election Fund. We need your support, but it would be a wonderful tribute to have a strong turnout to celebrate the spirit that has made America great.

Read the details in the flyer below; click on it to enlarge.

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Harwich event. We are fortunate that our friends in the Harwich RTC will be hosting a wine tasting and candidate reception just a week later on Saturday, April 12th. Early indications are that there will be a strong presence of statewide as well as congressional and local candidates. It should be well worth attending -- $30 each, $50 for two, includes the wine tasting. For reservations, call Jan Bowers at 508-432-8895 or email Dick Bowers at bayview181@yahoo.com. For details, click here.

We hope you will join us Monday at the Chatham Community Center at 5 for the campaign planning meeting and on Saturday morning to honor the spirit that made America great and will make it great again.

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HARWICH RTC WINE TASTING SATURDAY, APRIL 12TH, 4 TO 6 FIRST CRUSH WINERY. MEET YOUR REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES.

First Crush Winery of Harwich is opening up for a wine tasting for the Harwich Republicans to raise funds for the crucial 2014 elections.

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Reserve early. Space is limited. Call Jan Bowers at (508) 432-8895 or email Dick Bowers at bayview181@yahoo.com.

First Crush Winery is headed by Dr. Frank D. Puzio, Winemaker and Owner and is located at 527 Main Street, Harwich MA 02645. (That's the 'northern' Main Street, not Route 28. Click here for directions. For those coming from the east on Route 28, here's a map:

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The timing for the wine tasting couldn't be better. It's taking place shortly after the Republican State Convention, which will choose the statewide candidates to contest in the primary on Tuesday, September 9th. For sure, gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor candidate Karyn Polito will be on the ballot, along with Brian Herr for U.S. Senate. Candidates for Attorney General, Treasurer, State Auditor and Secretary of State will also be chosen at the convention on March 22nd.

In addition, there are four Republicans running in the September 9th primary seeking to be the next Congressman from our 9th Congressional District, three of them from Cape Cod -- Chatham's John Chapman, Falmouth's Mark Alliegro, Sandwich's Dan Shores along with Vince Cogliano Jr of Pembroke.

On Cape Cod, there are three contested seats for state representative with a chance for Republicans to sweep all three: Incumbent state rep Randy Hunt from Sandwich (5th Barnstable); Adam Chaprales from Centerville (2nd Barnstable); and Tim Whelan from Brewster (1st Barnstable); all deserve our support.

For County Commissioner, Republican Leo Cakounes of Harwich will seek to replace retiring Republican Bill Doherty of Harwich. Republican Anastasia Welch Perrino is seeking re-election as Registrar of Probate.

All Republican candidates have been invited and many are expected to attend. Early indications are excellent.

This is great chance to not only sample some local wine, but to meet candidates and support the Harwich RTC's election effort -- a triple header!

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CHATHAM REPUBLICANS MEET NEXT ON MONDAY, MARCH 17TH. ALSO, IMPORTANT UPCOMING EVENTS.

The next meeting of the Chatham RTC will take place Monday, March 17th, at the Chatham Community Center, not Monday, March 3rd.

Upcoming events

AN INVITATION FROM TIM WHELAN

St. Patrick's Day Celebration and Fundraiser. Join us for a fantastic afternoon of celebration of St. Patrick and all things Irish as we gather and support Tim Whelan in his campaign to become the next State Representative from the 1st Barnstable District. Traditional Irish fare of Corned beef and Cabbage (other options available) will be served, along with live Irish music, lots of laughter, and great fun with our many friends.

Donations accepted at door- personal check made out to Committee to Elect Tim Whelan. Cash donations not accepted over $50.00 in accordance with applicable laws. Cash bar.

Please join Tim, his family, campaign staff and volunteers, supporters, and friends as we celebrate another St. Patrick's Day in proper Irish style right here in the Mid-Cape.

Lá Shona Fhéile Pádraig!

Date:
Sunday, March 16, 2014
Time:
12:30-3:30pm
Location:
The Cape Cod Irish Village
822 Route 28
South Yarmouth, Massachusetts 02664
Phone: (508)-737-9477

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Harwich RTC Wine Tasting, Saturday, April 12th, 4 to 6 p.m.
Email papadickoncapecod@comcast.net or call 508 432 8895 to make a reservation.

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CHATHAM RTC's PRESENTATION BY MASSVICTORY A SMASH SUCCESS; NEXT CHATHAM RTC MEETING MONDAY, MARCH 17TH.


MASSVICTORY PRESENTATION IN CHATHAM SATURDAY BOFFO!


We all know how important it is to win in November. Yesterday, MassVictory, the grassroots organizing arm of the Massachusetts Republican Party, staged a nuts-and-bolts, hands-on demonstration of the new GET OUT THE VOTE tools we will be using for the 2014 election.

What a breathtaking improvement over what we have had to work with in the past!

This was an important first test involving ordinary volunteers who will be the ones doing the work on the ground to get out the votes for all Republicans for November 4th. It passed with flying colors!

We had a great turnout of about 50, mostly from the Lower Cape, folks who were curious to find out what the new tools were all about.

The reaction was "excitement" among all those attending, including those in their mid-80s as well as those in their 40s.

The Lower Cape town committees of Chatham, Harwich, Orleans and Eastham will be taking the lead in equipping volunteers with the know-how to produce victory for all Republicans on the ballot on November 4th.

We will have more to say in subsequent emails and in our committee meetings.

NEXT MEETING OF THE CHATHAM REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE MARCH 17TH.

The next meeting of the Chatham Republican Town Committee will be held Monday, March 17th at 5 p.m. in the Chatham Community Center. It will be an important one, so be sure to come.

A NATIONAL BLACK EYE FOR THE MASSACHUSETTS DEMOCRATIC STATE ADMINISTRATION OF DEVAL PATRICK. EVEN DEMOCRATS SAY SO.

How bad, really, is the Democrat-run state administration of Governor Deval Patrick? A prime example is the way it has destroyed the health care system that Governor Romney put in place that reduced the number of uninsured in Massachusetts to 3%. Governor Patrick insisted in installing Obamacare and it has been an utter fiasco, wasting countless hundreds of millions of dollars and jeopardizing the health and lives of people left uninsured. Read the sorry story of gross incompetence.

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CHATHAM RTC LINCOLN BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION WELCOMED KARYN POLITO AND OTHER CANDIDATES WITH A STANDING ROOM ONLY CROWD.

On Sunday, February 9th, the Chatham RTC hosted Republican candidate for Lt. Governor Karyn Polito and, for the first time together, the FOUR Republicans seeking to be the next congressman in the 9th Congressional District, displacing career Democrat William Keating.

Karyn was dynamic and wowed the enthusiastic crowd of about 125.

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Each of the four congressional candidates have credentials and real world (private sector!) experience that far exceed Keating's. Each impressed in their five minute talks: John Chapman of Chatham, Mark Alliegro of Falmouth, Vince Cogliano, Jr of Pembroke and Dan Shores of Sandwich.

On the Cape Cod front, we have two districts that can be turned Republican. We have strong candidates in both. Tim Whelan of Brewster, recently retired from more than 20 years with the state police and a veteran of the Marine Corps Reserve, is running for an open seat in the 1st Barnstable District. Adam Chaprales, a former Sandwich selectman, is taking on a first term Democrat in the 2nd District, which traditionally goes Republican.

In addition to the candidates, Cape Cod's two representatives to the Massachusetts Republican State Committee Judy Crocker and Fran Manzelli were in attendance.

All of the candidates have websites up where contributions can be made. Click here to see the list.

This was the Chatham RTCs Third Annual Celebration of Abraham Lincoln's Birthday. The day's "history lesson" paralleled 1864, 150 years ago this year, when the Civil War and Lincoln's life were approaching their climax in 1865. In 1864 Lincoln was re-elected handily by ten points, but he swept Massachusetts with 72%. Now, that's a challenge.

The committee headed by Vice Chairman Diane Bronsdon did a fantastic job. In addition to Diane, Ann DePatie, Dave Nunnally, Elaine Gibbs, Gigi Gerstle, John and Mary Jane Crea, John Loconto, Marie Acton, Sherie and Walter Bush and Richard Bertocchi have our thanks and appreciation.

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POSTPONED: CHATHAM REPUBLICANS NOW MEET TUESDAY, FEB 4, 6 P.M. CHATHAM COMMUNITY CENTER, ALL WELCOME

CHATHAM REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE
MEETING, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2014, 6 P.M.
CHATHAM COMMUNITY CENTER
AGENDA

1. Pledge, welcome, introductions -Chairman Fran Meaney

2. Marie Acton, Secretary's report.2013.12.2 CRTC Minutes.pdf
3. Sam Black, Treasurer's report.

4. Report of Vice Chairman Diane Bronsdon on for her committee on preparation for the Abraham Lincoln Birthday Celebration, Sunday, February 9, 2014, Chatham VFW, 150 George Ryder Road.

5. Candidates expected at Lincoln Birthday Celebration: For Lt. Governor: Karyn Polito, who has teamed with Republican candidate for Governor Charlie Baker; For 9th Congressional District: John Chapman, Mark Alliegro and (Vince Cogliano, Jr; For 1st Barnstable state rep: Tim Whelan, Peter Eastman; others may attend.

6. The 2014 elections: Discussion of their importance, the current state of play and how everyone can help. The gubernatorial and 9th Congressional races are top priorities..

7. 2014 Elections for Chatham and the Lower Cape:

Since there may be no Republican candidates for state representative or state senate in our 4th Barnstable district it means the full responsibility for getting out the Republican vote in the district rests with the Republican town committees of these towns - Chatham, Harwich, Orleans, Eastham and Truro.

One-third of Brewster is the 4th Barnstable, but 2/3rd is in the 1st and the 1st has an important and winnable state rep race. Wellfleet and Provincetown do not have RTCs.

Every "extra" vote we get for Republicans in the 4th Barnstable helps all state candidates and the congressional candidate.

It is therefore up to this committee to recruit volunteers and raise funds for the grassroots GET OUT THE VOTE campaign for all Republicans who will be on our ballot on November 4th.

It also means to the extent we can that we help out the state rep Republicans in the 1st, 2nd and 5th Barnstable districts where there will be contests with Democrats.

8. GET OUT THE VOTE (GOTV) explained. By personal contact we will reach out to independents and Republicans who don't vote regularly about the importance of this election, how important their votes are and how qualified the Republican candidates are.


a. Saturday, Feb. 15, all day training session, Marlborough. Seeking 3 more volunteers. Call Marie Acton to volunteer and arrange carpooling 508 945 2150; $60 includes lunch.

b. Saturday, Feb 22, 10 to 11:30, Chatham Community Center, MassVictory officials from Boston will present a practical demonstration of how we can run a successful GOTV campaign to maximize Republican votes, Max time 2 hours. Republicans from Chatham, Harwich, Orleans, Eastham, Brewster, Truro, Wellfleet and Provincetown are invited and many are expected to attend. No charge.

9. Proposed House of Representatives Immigration action - discussion, are they nuts? Speaker Boehner’s office phone number is 202-225-6205. The number for the U.S. Capitol switchboard is 202-224-3121. The folks who work the switchboard will put you right through to the Republican representative of your choice.

10. Fundraising - Planning a mailing to all registered Republicans to go out in March to help fund our GOTV campaign. Our campaign budget is $25,000 of which we have raised 40%. John Crea, Finance Chairman.

11. Volunteers. It's time to begin recruitment for the 2014 campaign.

12. 4th of July Parade - Theme announced - Surf and Sea. Since this is an election year we can expect to hear from many candidates wanting to be part of our marching delegation.

13. Report on the Observance of the 150th Anniversary of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, November 19, 2013 at the Wequassett organized by the Chatham RTC for the RTCs of Chatham, Harwich, Orleans, Eastham and Brewster. A copy of the detailed report filed with the state is available on request. Fran Meaney reports.

14. Movies?

15. Other business.

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LT. GOV CANDIDATE KARYN POLITO AT CHATHAM RTC SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9TH TO CELEBRATE PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY

LT. GOVERNOR CANDIDATE KARYN POLITO HEADLINES
CHATHAM'S THIRD ANNUAL ABRAHAM LINCOLN BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
Sunday, February 9, 2014, 3 to 5:30
Chatham VFW, 150 George Ryder Road, Chatham


As we all know, Republican candidate for Governor Charlie Baker has teamed with Lt. Governor candidate Karyn Polito to bring desperately needed new leadership to Beacon Hill.

Charlie's years of experience in the executive branch as chief financial officer in the Weld and Cellucci administrations are complemented admirably by Karyn's decade of battling for Republican causes in a Democrat-controlled House of Representatives.

Charlie visited with us on November 19th for the 150th Anniversary Observance of Abraham Lincoln's historic Address at Gettysburg on November 19, 1863. As Charlie Baker noted, Lincoln stood for freedom and equality for all peoples, as did the Republican Party then and as the Republican Party does now. His Emancipation Proclamation freeing blacks from slavery ushered in a NEW BIRTH OF FREEDOM. Charlie: "I am proud to be a Republican heir of Abraham Lincoln." Lincoln in his words warned that the fight "for us the living" to preserve liberty would be a constant one.

And so it is today. Republicans are called upon to wage the battle for freedom that Lincoln predicted would be needed. The Democratic governments in Washington and on Beacon Hill are robbing the American people of our rights to "life, liberty and pursuit of happiness."

In her remarks at the Lincoln birthday celebration, Karyn, in addition to pointing out how much meaning Lincoln's words and actions have for us today, will give her views on the challenges facing Massachusetts after eight years of incompetence, corruption, sluggish job and economic growth and seemingly endless taxing and spending under the current Democratic administration.

During the Republican leadership of the Weld to Romney administrations, budgets were balanced without tax increases, the economy and jobs were growing and Massachusetts shed its name of "Taxachusetts." becoming known as one of the most business friendly states in the Union.

Following the Lincoln program, there will be a political networking reception with refreshments, a cash bar, a silent auction and sales of Lincoln books. All Republican candidates who may appear on Cape Cod ballots have been invited.

Donation: Whatever you can give to help Republicans win in November. $20 will help defray expenses of the event. Checks (CRTC Victory 2014) or cash payable at the door. All welcome. Students and Armed Forces personnel free.

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MOST IMPORTANT MEETINGS OF THE YEAR: CHATHAM AND ORLEANS RTCs MEET MONDAY, NOV 4TH, 5. ALL LOWER CAPE REPUBLICANS INVITED.

COME TO OUR MEETINGS ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH, 5, P.M.
--AT THE CHATHAM COMMUNITY CENTER.
--AT THE ORLEANS TOWN HALL.

THESE ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT OF THE YEAR.

It will be all about the 150th Anniversary of President Lincoln's Gettysburg Address that Republicans will be celebrating on Tuesday, November 19th at the Wequassett in Harwich.

We want to honor our first Republican and greatest President Abraham Lincoln, but, more important, we want to bring alive his timeless message that A NEW BIRTH OF FREEDOM is the responsibility of the living of every generation.

It is shameful that the President of the United States has refused to attend the principal ceremony at the Gettysburg Cemetery.

Today our rights under the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution are under assault as seldom if every before by the government of the United States itself! You hear the president continually saying if Congress won't do it, he will. He is trampling on the Constitution. A Democrat-controlled Congress and Obama have forced on tens of millions of Americans an intrusive and costly Obamacare they didn't want and forced them out of health plans they were happy with. And they said that would not happen when they knew it would. And that's only one of many outrages.

And in Massachusetts such things as automatic tax increases without the need of votes by future legislatures are corrupting our system of governing. Excessive regulation is robbing us of our freedoms and is driving job creating businesses away. Laws the Democratic government doesn't like are not enforced: It's not illegal in Massachusetts to be illegal. We need a Republican Governor.

The movie Network of some years past had the right message for today: "I'm mad as well and I'm not going to take this anymore!" We have to fight to win back our freedoms.

We honor what Lincoln did to free millions of fellow Americans from slavery. We will also honor Lincoln by pledging to work to regain our rights guaranteed by the Declaration and the Constitution.

That means doing all we can to elect Republicans in 2014.

And that's why our Celebration of a New Birth of Freedom on November 19th is so important.

Charlie Baker gets the message and he's coming to Cape Cod to help us raise funds to win elections in November 2014.

Republican campaigns in Brewster, Harwich, Chatham, Orleans, Eastham and Truro will all benefit from the funds raised at this event. The Republican town committees of these towns are committed to grassroots campaigns such as they have never waged before.

For the nation's sake, Republicans should have won in 2012, but a superior technological and aggressively nasty Democratic campaign defeated the too nice guys.

In 2014 we have to fight as never before. Freedom is essential to enjoying our rights to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." It is up to us to take back what has been taken away.

The Chatham RTC and the Orleans RTC extend an invitation to all Republicans in the Lower Cape to come to our meetings this Monday at 5 o'clock to help plan for a successful celebration of Lincoln's message of freedom and an enthusiastic welcome for our next governor Charlie Baker.

Chatham RTC Vice Chair Diane Bronsdon will explain how the funds raised at this event will be shared will the participating towns. Brewster will get all the credit for a contribution from a resident of Brewster, the same for Harwich, the same for Orleans, the same for all the participating towns. This is a joint event benefiting all the participating RTCs coordinated by the Chatham RTC.

Chatham RTC Vice Chair Elaine Gibbs will explain what help she needs at the event itself and in the days leading up to it. Please come to lend a hand.

In Orleans Orleans RTC Chair Mary Allen Bradley will play Diane Bronsdon. Chatham RTC Chair Fran Meaney will go over the mechanics of how the event is coming together.

This is a joint event for the benefit of the RTCs in Brewster, Chatham, Eastham, Harwich, Orleans and Truro. The Chatham RTC is acting as coordinator and joint fundraising agent in accordance with the requirements of state law. Chatham RTC is not receiving any income for its services as coordinator and joint fundraising agent.

Wequassett in Harwich is a beautiful setting. The reception is scheduled from 5 to 7:30. Fighters for Freedom ($125) We do need a few Sponsors to put us over the top ($500 and up). There will be some extra time for Sponsors with Charlie to advise him on his campaign! We hope everyone will come, but if you can't a donation in any amount will be helpful.

Let us know you are coming by calling Marie Acton at 508 945 2150 or emailing republican@chathamrepublicans.com with your name tag information (names and towns) as soon as possible. Space may be limited. Please email checks payable to "A New Birth of Freedom" to CRTC Special Account, P.O. Box 408, North Chatham, MA 02650. For men, jackets and ties encouraged.

The Invitation and Reply and Contribution Form will be available at the meeting. It can be downloaded and printed out by clicking on the link below:

Lincoln-Baker Invitation and Reply Form x.pdf

Early returns are looking good. We are about 30% along towards our target. For it to be a sparkling evening and warm reception for Charlie Baker, our next Republican governor, we need at least 100 people. We need you!

Of the $125 you contribute, $85 goes to your town to fight in the 2014 campaign. The $40 buys you a lovely evening at Wequassett with like-minded friends while honoring our greatest president and telling our next governor how he should run his campaign.

Let's come together to make this a great event and a strong start to the 2014 campaign to elect all Republicans on the ballot.

Questions? Ask the chairmen -and/or come to Monday's meetings!.
Fran Meaney, Chatham 617 512 7743
Peter Hughes, Harwich 508 432 7512
Mary Allen Bradley, Orleans 508 246 0993
Dion Dugan, Brewster 508 896 2588
Jack Lennox, Eastham 508 240 1061
John Dundas, Truro 774 216 1375

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GETTYBURG ADDRESS DAY GETTING CLOSE, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH, CHARLIE BAKER WILL COME VISIT

October 20, 2013

Hi, Friends of Freedom –

Go, Red Sox! What a game. What a series so far. Talk about "can do" attitude! They are an inspiration.

Our 150th Anniversary Lincoln Gettysburg Celebration is just 21 days from today: Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 5 to 7:30 p.m. at the beautiful Wequasset Resort in Harwich.

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The Invitation to the Celebration of Abraham Lincoln's New Birth of Freedom Address at Gettysburg on November 19th (1863) 2013 can be read and printed out by clicking on this link:
Lincoln-Baker Invitation and Reply Form x.pdf

Just click on it and go to the printer symbol of the bottom of the picture and hit print.

Anyone needing help in getting the invitation printed should call Marie Acton at 508 945 2150. She will also have forms already printed for you to obtain.

The early response to the emailing from Chatham and the other participating RTCs is very encouraging. The heads of the RTCs will be meeting this Thursday to exchange reports and plan next steps.

We hope everyone will be able to come to this celebration of A New Birth of Freedom. As President Lincoln declared at Gettysburg, the promise of the Declaration of Independence had been redeemed by freeing African-Americans from bondage, bondage in which their ancestors had been kept since 1609.

Lincoln believed the black man was entitled to the fruit of his labors as much as the white. He saw freedom as the first step on the road to prosperity:

"The prudent, penniless beginner in the world labors for wages awhile, saves a surplus with which to buy tools or land for himself, then labors on his own account another while, and at length hires another new beginner to help him. This is the just and generous and prosperous system which opens the way to all, gives hope to all, and consequent energy and progress and improvement of condition to all."

That's how freedom and free market capitalism works.

Every generation has to jealously guard its freedoms. Human nature being what it is, those in power will whittle freedoms away when they can. Eternal vigilance and resistance is essential to the preservation of freedom.

There is no question that currently the national government and our Massachusetts state government are stifling freedom, free enterprise and economic growth with more and more regulations and excessive taxation - just think Obamacare and the automatic gas tax increase on top of a half billion dollar tax hike in Massachusetts.

Ronald Reagan warned that freedom can be lost in a generation so every generation must renew the fight for A New Birth of Freedom.

We can all learn from Lincoln's resolve, clear vision and perseverance going into the 2014 elections. Times may be grim, but things can be turned around. With so many seeming to be awakening to the disastrous governance in Washington and on Beacon Hill, the 2014 elections present a great opportunity.

As you probably know by now, Republican candidate for Governor Charlie Baker has agreed to join us in the celebration. Our program will focus on Lincoln's timeless message of the core necessity of freedom for mankind to enjoy "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

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Charlie will discuss the relevance of that message today and what we have to do to effect a liberating change. To make change happen, we have to roll up our sleeves and work.

Charlie believes as do we that personal grassroots campaigning in each district will be a crucial component of his victory in 2014 as well as for every other Republican on the ticket. That's why he's coming here, to show his commitment to and support for GOTV, the GET OUT THE VOTE ground game. That's personal contact, neighbor to neighbor, door-to-door.

We'll talk more about GOTV in future meetings, emails and web postings. We did get an excellent detailed description of how GOTV has worked elsewhere at the September Orleans Inn breakfast from State Representative Keiko Orrall and Republican National Committeewoman Chanel Prunier. Charlie has let us know that MassVictory is hard at work developing new software that will make our grassroots campaigns much more effective -- and enjoyable.

We want as many Fighters for Freedom ($125 contribution) at the event as possible, but we do need a number of Sponsors ($500 and up) to put us over the top. Sponsors will get some extra personal time to discuss the campaign with Charlie. One way or the other, we will be very happy to have you there celebrating with us and looking forward to a victorious November 2014.

If you just can't make it, any contribution will help the cause and will be very welcome.

We need your name tag info as soon as possible but before November 12th (just call Marie Acton at 508 945 2150 with names and towns). We also need your checks payable to "A New Birth of Freedom" as soon as possible. Just mail your check with the Reply and Contribution Form (required by our state campaign legal officials) to CRTC Special Account, P.O. Box 408, North Chatham, MA 02650. You can also put your name tag information in the Reply Form.

Bottom line, a successful event financially will help a great deal to fund our 2014 GET OUT THE VOTE (GOTV) campaigns. We are grateful for Charlie’s help. It would be very nice to have a large and enthusiastic crowd to greet him and give him a warm glow as he drives the three hours home to Swampscott after we wind up.

Think of the Chatham RTC as a nonprofit like all the others except contributions are not tax deductible. We cannot do anything without financial support from our friends.

This is not only our only significant fundraiser of the year, it's by far the most ambitious for the committee ever for ourselves and the first time we have brought the RTCs together in a joint effort to build the strength of all of us for the 2014 election year.

The money residents of Chatham contribute to this joint event after expenses will go directly to the Chatham RTC. It's the same for the other RTCs for contributions from their townspeople. So how each RTC does in "sales" determines how much net proceeds it gets.

Have any questions?
Ask the chairmen.
Fran Meaney, Chatham 617 512 7743
Peter Hughes, Harwich 508 432 7512
Mary Allen Bradley, Orleans 508 246 0993
Dion Dugan, Brewster 508 896 2588
Jack Lennox, Eastham 508 240 1061
John Dundas, Truro 774 216 1375

Thanks for being part of the team.

Fran Meaney

Chatham Republican Town Committee
Joint Fundraising Agent and Coordinator of the Gettysburg Address Observance
for Chatham, Harwich, Orleans, Brewster, Eastham and Truro
CRTC Special Account, PO Box 408, North Chatham, MA 02650
Fran Meaney, Chairman 617 512 7743
franmeaney@chathamrepublicans.com
Diane Bronsdon and Elaine Gibbs, Vice Chairs
Marie Acton, Secretary Sam Black, Treasurer
www.chathamrepublicans.com
www.facebook.com/chathamrepublicans

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