Kathy Lynch announces candidacy for March 3rd, 2020 Republican State Committeewoman election
Chair of the Westford Republican Town Committee, Kathy Lynch has achieved the necessary certified signatures to join President Trump on the Republican Presidential Primary Ballot on Super Tuesday. Kathy Lynch looks forward to meeting the voters of the First Middlesex District of Lowell, Groton, Tyngsborough, Pepperell, Dunstable, and her hometown of Westford.
Lynch declared, “As a former Republican candidate for State Representative, I understand firsthand the critical need for a strong base of organized Republican activists to break the Democrat super-majority riddling our Commonwealth with corruption and a lack of governmental transparency. Each Republican City and Town committee needs the resources, guidance, and support to grow, and then support Republican candidates up and down the ticket. My experience with multiple Republican campaigns can help other Republican candidates achieve success on Election Day!”
Lynch helped organize and conduct a number of recent political leadership and activist trainings to teach participants how the political process works and to equip and empower them to be effective change agents for life, liberty and overall good government. Recently, Lynch attended rallies at the Boston State House and testified against several bills that threaten the protection of life and go against the rule of law. Said Lynch, “I’m appalled at the utter lack of respect for life and the rule of law that is displayed in this predominantly-leftist legislature. We need more conservatives standing up for what we believe is right and true. I, for one, will do my part to help make that happen.” The vote for Republican State Committeewoman will occur at the 2020 Presidential Primary on Super Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020 — just six months from now.
The Republican State Committee is the governing body of the Massachusetts Republican Party and is comprised of one man and one woman from every State Senate District across the Commonwealth. The responsibilities include voting on the party platform and rules, building the party, and recruiting and supporting candidates at every level of government. The Massachusetts Republican Party is now under new leadership with Chairman Jim Lyons, a former State Representative intensely focused on growing the conservative grassroots. Many, including Lynch, are happy with the reform and new direction of the party under his leadership.