Lower Cape Republican Coalition: 2013 Archives
BIG GET OUT THE VOTE BREAKFAST SESSION IN ORLEANS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH IS A MUST FOR ALL THOSE WHO WANT REPUBLICAN VICTORIES IN 2014
The Lower Cape Republican Coalition, of which Chatham is a member, is having its big GET OUT THE VOTE BREAKFAST on Saturday, September 14th at the Orleans Inn in Orleans. The program runs 8 to 10 and the doors open at 7:30. Every Republican should attend to kick off the campaign to Republican victory in 2014. Learn what has been done to win and how you can use your talents and dedication to achieve victories on Cape Cod.
The headliner is the new Massachusetts committeewoman to the Republican National Committee, 31-year old Chanel Prunier of Shrewsbury.
Chanel believes the future of the Republican Party is in winning local and legislative races, to build the party from the ground up, with local candidates and committees.
She is right: Of the 160 House districts in Massachusetts, Scott Brown carried 73, Gabriel Gomez 66! Hard work in those districts for Republican candidates could mushroom party representation on Beacon Hill. Currently, Republicans hold only 29 seats, 19%. If they did as well as either Brown or Gomez did in their districts, the number of Republican state representatives could more than double.
Ms. Prunier has supported over 80 municipal candidates and been involved in the elections of more than 20 legislators. It was her fundraising skills, strategic advice, and ground organization in these races that earned her the recognition to be elected Republican National Committeewoman succeeding former Lt. Governor Kerry Healey.
Joining Chanel will be special guest State Representative Keiko Orral, who won a hard-fought, door-to-door battle in 2011 in a special election in a heavily Democratic district in the Taunton area. She was re-elected in 2012. A mother of two teenagers, Keiko maintains a torrid pace on Beacon Hill. She is the Ranking Minority Member on three of the Committees on which she serves.
Keiko will introduce Chanel, but will first recount her personal experience learning what it takes to win in a state rep district such as those we have on Cape Cod, which includes the 4th Barnstable (Brewster to Provincetown), which is an open seat in 2014.
A mother of two teenagers, Keiko maintains a torrid pace on Beacon Hill fighting for fiscal sanity. She is the Ranking Minority Member on three of the Committees on which she serves.
Victory in 2014 will be won district by district. Each Republican town committee, ward committee and city committee must do its utmost to maximize Republican votes. Working the grassroots is essential and Chanel and Keiko will not only talk about what they have done, but how they were able to motivate volunteers young and old and persuade the cynical, depressed and dispirited voters that their votes would make a difference and get them to vote.
Here are the details on the meeting:
Saturday, September 14, 2013
Program: 8 to 10:00 a,m. Doors open at 7:30.
The Orleans Inn just off the Orleans/Eastham Rotary on Route 6A.
$30 per person covers full breakfast and other expenses, payable at the door (checks preferred) or by mailing checks to Lower Cape RC, P.O. Box 408, North Chatham, MA 02650
To help with planning, please RSVP as soon as possible to email@example.com.
Truro RTC Chairman John Dundas is the Chairman of the Lower Cape Republican Coalition and can be reached at 774 216 1375.
The breakfast sponsor, LCRC PAC (80303), brings together activists of the towns of Chatham, Harwich, Orleans, Eastham, Wellfleet, Provincetown and Brewster (Precinct 3), the 4th Barnstable District, to work for Republican victories on Election Day, 2014.
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