Growing Our Party Together
Now is a great time to be a Republican.
Our president has been vindicated. Our economy booms, our country continues moving forward, and the Radical Left — which has hijacked the Democratic Party — is losing its collective mind.
Why? It’s simple: the success of the individual is bad for their business.
Now it’s time for Massachusetts to get on board.
I love my new job as chairman of the party. So far, I’ve been to meetings in 35 cities and towns. The commitment in the field to advancing Republican values of individualism and personal responsibility is palpable. You’ve shown it through your hard work and perseverance, and I am committed to showing it through mine.
If there is an initial message I’d like to share with you this spring, it’s this — together, we can bring about big change to Massachusetts.
I hope you’ve noticed we’re bringing much-needed visibility back to the party. I have voiced my disgust with our Congressional delegation of Democrats, who spent two years pushing the false narrative of our president colluding with Russia to steal the 2016 election. When the Democratic Party backed a bill allowing doctors to withhold basic care from abortion survivors, I called the legislation exactly what it is — infanticide.
On social media we’re amplifying the Republican voice to better connect with folks. But we won’t make a dent in changing Massachusetts for the better unless we all pull together as a team.
Massachusetts is in a sweet spot: We are a state that boasts the best CEO in the country in Governor Baker; we are a state whose economy is roaring along with 49 others under our commander-in-chief, President Trump.
Governor Baker has led the charge to address our state’s opioid epidemic. He refused to endorse radical measures which would make Massachusetts a so-called “sanctuary state.” Under his leadership, the commonwealth’s economy has never been stronger.
We have a great plan to build our base. The plan draws on what we already know — that unaffiliated voters turned out in droves to back President Trump in 2016. Even in Massachusetts.
Still, the Radical Left dictates the direction of our state Legislature. Their goal? Complete and total annihilation of individual success and personal responsibility.
The “you didn’t build that” mindset is in vogue within both of Beacon Hill’s Democrat-dominated branches.
The number of registered Massachusetts Republicans stands at its lowest percentage in more than 70 years. The good news is, the number of registered Massachusetts Democrats stands at its lowest percentage since 1960.
You know, President Trump’s landslide win in the 2016 Massachusetts primary was fueled by independent and unenrolled voters taking a Republican ticket.
Our job now is to connect our party to our neighbors and friends who chose to cast a vote for President Trump in 2016.
In the coming weeks and months, we will be conducting a massive door-to-door campaign aimed at signing up new voters to join our team. Your help will be the key to our success.
And remember, from seats on town boards to statewide office, help me in encouraging Republicans to run.
No campaign is too small, no dream is too big.