Dartmouth Republican Town Committee

Dartmouth Republican Town Committee We are the Dartmouth Republican Town Committee in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Janine Simmons, Chair
William H. L. Belknap, Secretary
Margaret Sweet, Treasurer

We are the residents, small business owners, and elected officials of our town who support the ideals of the Republican party, and support the campaigns of our candidates.

12/05/2018

Great meeting tonight, thank you everyone!

11/26/2018

Please join us next Tues, Dec 4, 6:30 PM for our next meeting, Southworth Library, Southworth meeting room

11/10/2018

Please join us Tues, Dec 4, 6:30 PM for our next meeting, Southworth Library, Southworth meeting room

11/06/2018

Peter Tedeschi believes public service must be for the benefit of the people, not for the person elected to represent them. Our area needs someone who will support the Commercial Fishing industry

To the people of the 9th District, thank you for sharing your stories with me over the past year. It has been a true honor.

Please VOTE today! Your right to do so is what makes our country great. Together, we can make a difference!

11/05/2018

Massachusetts needs Keiko Orrall for State Treasurer

11/05/2018

The best choice for Massachusetts ⁠ ⁠

11/03/2018

Massachusetts needs a FULL-TIME Senator

11/03/2018
Letter To The Editor: A Better Diehl For Massachusetts

Our next Senator should represent Massachusetts, Warren has ignored us !

Letter To The Editor: A Better Diehl For Massachusetts November 2, 2018 By Franklin B. Tucker Leave a Comment Photo: Geoff Diehl on the campaign trail. To the editor: Our community is a special place. We deserve a senator who cares. I have been disappointed over the past 6 years with Senator Elizabe...

11/01/2018
1-on-1 With Geoff Diehl Ahead of Election Day

1-on-1 with US Senate Candidate Geoff Diehl...hard-working, forward thinking, a man who cares about Massachusetts.

With Election Day less than a week away, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, Geoff Diehl is sitting down NBC10 Boston's Alison King to talk about life and politics. Diehl and his wife KathyJo still laugh...

10/31/2018
Editorial: Keiko Orrall for treasurer

“It is hard to imagine a person more suited to the varied and complex role of State Treasurer than Lakeville Rep. Keiko Orrall” Boston Herald

It is hard to imagine a person more suited to the varied and complex role of state Treasurer than Lakeville Rep. Keiko Orrall, the Republican challenger in the race.

10/13/2018
Sen. Elizabeth Warren & Rep. Geoff Diehl Senate Debate To Air On WSBK, CBSBoston.com

The first debate with Geoff Diehl is October 19, 8 PM!

BOSTON (CBS) – The candidates for U.S. Senate, incumbent Senator Elizabeth Warren (D) and her challenger Representative Geoff Diehl (R), will participate in their first, televised debate in Boston on Friday, October 19. The hour-long debate will air live on WSBK-TV from 8-9 p.m., as well as stream...

10/04/2018
Peter Tedeschi for Congress

Time to vote for businessman Peter Tedeschi, not a politician

We are proud to launch our first TV ad!
I'm running for Congress to deliver results for Massachusetts families.

SHARE! SHARE! SHARE! Please share our ad with your friends and family, and help us to bring change to Washington, D.C.

09/16/2018
Lawrence Emergency Fund | Essex County Community Foundation

Friends,

By now, we're sure you've seen reports about Thursday's devastating incidents in the Merrimack Valley, in which gas explosions and fires resulted in the tragic death of one young man, multiple injuries, and the displacement of hundreds of people from their homes. As you may have seen, the work of the first responders has been truly remarkable, and our team continues to work with them, local officials, and other partners to coordinate the response and get people safely back into their homes.

In the meantime, though, we're grateful for the outpouring of support from the people of Massachusetts. People across our Commonwealth are looking for ways that they can step up to help.

That's why we wanted to reach out and provide you with a few ways you can help. Please see below for information on two ways that you can generously support relief efforts in the Merrimack Valley:

Essex County Community Fund - The Lawrence Emergency Fund is assisting those impacted by Thursday's incidents. Donate at http://eccf.org/lawrenceemergencyfund or call 978-777-8876.

American Red Cross - To donate, call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit http://redcross.org/donate. To volunteer, visit http://redcross.org/volunteer.

Thank you for your support. We continue to be inspired by the generous and community-minded people of our great state.

Thank you,
Governor Charlie Baker & Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

On Sept. 13, 2018, the cities of Lawrence, Andover and North Andover were affected by devastating gas explosions and fires, resulting in at least one death, multiple injuries and more than 60 homes being leveled or severely damaged. Our hearts go out to all of those affected by this tragedy, and we....

04/13/2018

Great turnout at the Candidate Meet-and-Greet! Thank you Keiko Orrall, candidate for State Treasurer; Jay McMahon, candidate for Attorney General; Dan Shores, candidate for Attorney General; Jean Kingston, on behalf of her husband John Kingston, US Senate Candidate; Sheriff Tom Hodgson, on behalf of Geoff Diehl, US Senate Candidate; Heidi Wellman, US Senate Candidate; Nicaela Chinnaswamy, on behalf of Beth Lindstrom for U.S. Senate and Dave Rosa, Candidate for Bristol County Commissioner. We appreciate you taking time from your busy schedules to speak with us!

04/10/2018

Join us April 12! Our Special Guests include:
Keiko Orrall, candidate for State Treasurer
Jay McMahon, candidate for Attorney General
Dan Shores, candidate for Attorney General
Jean Kingston, on behalf of her husband John Kingston, US Senate Candidate
Sheriff Tom Hodgson, on behalf of Geoff Diehl, US Senate Candidate
Heidi Wellman, US Senate Candidate

04/07/2018

Join us April 12 for a State Candidate Meet-and-Greet, Our Special Guests include:
Keiko Orrall, candidate for State Treasurer
Jay McMahon, candidate for Attorney General
Jean Kingston, on behalf of her husband John Kingston, US Senate Candidate
Sheriff Tom Hodgson, on behalf of Geoff Diehl, US Senate Candidate
Heidi Wellman, US Senate Candidate

03/14/2018

Save the date! April 12, we're planning a Meet-and-Greet for State Candidates, details to follow.

02/16/2018

We had a great turnout for our Caucus last night! Our Delegates are ready for the State Convention in April

12/27/2017

Thank you, John Kingston, candidate for US Senate, for visiting us. It was great to meet you!

A full day in New Bedford with my friend and tour guide Jacob Ventura! We started off the day with 1420 WBSM on The Phil Paleologos show — great talking with Phil and his listeners.

Afterwards, the Bendiksen family, owners of Reidar's Manufacturing, Inc., graciously gave us a tour of their trawl gear and marine supply business.

I was happy to join Dartmouth member of the Select Board, John Haran, and Dartmouth RTC Chair Janine Simmons at Bergies Seafood for a tour.

The day ended at DNB Burgers for lunch with local Republican leaders (including State Committeewoman Jill Marie Ussach ) to discuss the political issues ailing the fishing industry in New Bedford.

In the last year, New Bedford has become the hot spot for political discussion and controversy. As your next Senator, I hope to listen to the concerns of people all over MA and give a loud voice to local businesses/industries that greatly impact this state — this is just the beginning!

12/27/2017
John Kingston

John Kingston, candidate for US Senate, is visiting New Bedford tomorrow. He will be meeting with the commercial fishing community at Bergie's Seafood at noon and heading to dNB burgers at 2 pm. This is a great opportunity to meet him.

I am fighting for a stronger and more just Commonwealth. I am an independent-minded Republican leader who is running for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts against Elizabeth Warren.

02/01/2017

Please join us Tues, February 7, 6:30 PM for our next meeting, Southworth Library

02/01/2017

Congratulations, Judge Neil Gorsuch!

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01/31/2017

Tonight's meeting is cancelled! Stay home and safe, off the icy roads

01/31/2017

Rain, snow, sleet or hail, like the mail, tonight! Please join us at 6:30 PM for our next meeting, Southworth Library

01/30/2017

Please join us tomorrow Tues, January 31, 6:30 PM for our next meeting, Southworth Library

05/22/2016

Dartmouth Republican Town Committee's cover photo

05/22/2016
Governor’s mother dies after long illness - The Boston Globe

Our thoughts are with you Governor Baker. The good memories will help you in this difficult time.

Elizabeth G. “Betty” Baker, the mother of Governor Charlie Baker, died Saturday at a facility in Needham after a long illness, according to a spokesman for the governor’s office. She was 83.

05/03/2016

Please join us Tues, 6:30 PM on May 10th for our next meeting, Southworth Library

04/30/2016

Congratulations Congressional District 9 delegates; Jeff Beatty, Chris Sheldon and Mark Townsend and alternates: Henry Bousquet, Mary Capizzi and Kathy Carter!

04/01/2016

Join us Wed, 6:30 PM on April 6th for our 2016 organization meeting, Southworth Library

03/16/2016

Rest in peace Trooper Thomas Clardy

Colonel Richard McKeon's Remarks on the Death of Trooper Thomas Clardy

"At approximately noon today, Trooper Thomas L. Clardy, assigned to this barracks, stopped a Chevrolet Tahoe on the westbound side of the Massachusetts Turnpike in Charlton, near mile marker 79. He conducted the motor vehicle stop in the breakdown lane.

At the time, Trooper Clardy was working a supplemental patrol shift, called an Accident Incident Reduction Shift, with a goal of preventing crashes. His regular shift was scheduled to begin at 3 p.m.

The reason for the stop of the Tahoe was a traffic violation. Trooper Clardy walked up to the vehicle and obtained information from the driver. He then walked back to his cruiser, a Ford Explorer, and got back into it and began processing the motor vehicle stop.

At that time, a Nissan Maxima was travelling westbound in the left lane. Witnesses indicate that the Maxima was travelling at a high rate of speed.

For reasons that are still under investigation, the Maxima suddenly swerved to the right, crossed all three travel lanes, and, without slowing, struck the rear of Trooper Clardy’s cruiser with the trooper inside.

The tremendous impact of the crash pushed the cruiser into the Tahoe stopped in front of it, and then off that vehicle and onto the grassy side of the highway.

Responding troopers and other first responders found Trooper Clardy inside his cruiser with traumatic injuries and began administering emergency first aid including CPR. Trooper Clardy was transported by ground ambulance to UMass Medical Center in Worcester, where he was pronounced deceased.

The operator of the Maxima was transported by medical helicopter to UMass Medical Center with serious injuries.

That driver is identified as first name David, last name is spelled as N-J-U-G-U-N-A --- 30 years old of Webster. He is being criminally summonsed at this point with negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failing to stay within marked lanes.
We are also seeking an immediate threat suspension with the Registry of Motor Vehicles. The investigation is ongoing to determine whether further charges will be sought.

That investigation is being conducted by Troop E of the Massachusetts State Police with the assistance of the State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section, the State Police Crime Scene Services Section, the State Police Detective Unit for Worcester County, and the Office of Worcester District Attorney Joseph Early.


Trooper Clardy was 44 years old. He was a United States Marine Corps veteran. He joined the Massachusetts State Police in April 2005, graduating from our Academy as a member of the 77th Recruit Training Troop and breaking in at the Brookfield Barracks.

He then worked out of the Northampton and the Sturbridge Barracks, and then for the Troop C Community Action Team. He was assigned here to the Charlton Barracks in November 2012.

He was extremely well-liked by the men and women he worked with and had a reputation as a hard worker, a good trooper, and a great man. He was known for his professionalism and dedication. All who knew him have, today, borne witness to his outstanding character.

Trooper Clardy is survived by his wife Reisa and the couple’s six children, who range in age from 4 to 17 years.

Today we pray for them. The Massachusetts State Police are devastated for their loss. We will never be able to fill the hole that is left in their lives from this day forward, but they will always be part of our State Police family. We will forever hold them tight to our hearts, for the rest of their lives.

We ask that you please respect their privacy in this time of unimaginable grief. We will update you further on the investigation into the crash and arrangements for Trooper Clardy in the coming days. Thank you."

Colonel Richard D. McKeon
Superintendent - Massachusetts State Police

03/09/2016

Delegate count as of today: Trump 458, Cruz 359, Rubio 151, Kasich 54. Needed to win the nomination 1,237

03/09/2016

I took half of your sign because you had one and I didn't, I'm sure you understand

03/07/2016

Rest in peace Nancy Reagan.

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