Thursday, April 26, 2012

Continuing on the Path to Delaware GOP's Renewal

Since the historic 2010 primary win over liberal Congressman Mike Castle in the U.S. Senate GOP primary, the Delaware Republican Party is in the midst of a re-birth.  From last year's leadership change at the top with John Sigler as Party Chairman, the party is finding its voice again.  The following letter by John Radell is part of continuing sea change within the party for a new beginning:

 The Delaware Republican Party elected new leadership last year and turned to a new beginning with messaging tied to traditions of Delaware’s interest, job creation.   The party has made progress in that effort and its members and leaders are making sacrifices every day to build our party around a core set of values and issues that will make Delaware stronger.  However, even more is needed and that will take fresh ideas and new energies that will help us turn the page on our past; and move forward with the people of Delaware in building and securing a better life for Delaware families.

To accomplish this, our legislatures will need a Committeeman who understands their needs; and we need someone who understands the needs of our members as we continue to build on last year’s progress.  We also need a leader who knows how to raise funds in the highly competitive political arena, can build coalitions, and put to rest the conflicts of the past.  There is one man who has served in our state senate, worked with our grassroots workers, and has shown leadership in addressing the tough issues--Charlie Copeland.  So we call on Charlie to run for National Committeeman for the Republican Party.  His loyalties and fund raising will be exclusively for our party and his focus will be on getting Republican candidates elected.  

We ask you all to join with us in bringing the resources our party needs to develop a fresh approach to very old problems.   Charlie Copeland is that resource and we give him our full support and trust. 

-- John Radell

1 comment:

  1. excellent! Delaware cannot create economic growth if only one party is running everything. Especially if that party is not committed to fiscal responsibility, and pushes anti-business tax legislation and regulation.