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Nominations papers are being signed throughout the state for various state positions. The campaign year is revving up. The MA Republican State Convention is set for April 28th 2018. Westford is sending 16 delegates to the convention with the intent to bring the very best candidates forward to the Primary Elections in November.

See Our Growing WRTC Website for Updates

  • Come to our Events page to see upcoming events that you can attend.
  • Peruse our In the News page to see if there is recent news you might have missed through traditional media venues.
  • Upcoming WRTC Meetings are listed on both pages: About and Events.
  • Our Second Opinion page will be updated as the cable shows are completed and processed by the WCAT station. We recently interviewed U.S. Senate candidate, Geoff Diehl, and expect to interview the other Senate candidates.
  • WRTC Positions will be posted as they come.
  • Website visitors can Register Republican by clicking the links on most of our site pages.
  • Sign up for our newsletter online as well by clicking the link on most of our site pages.
  • You can contact us through email here.

Westford Republican Caucus

The Westford Republican Town Committee held a Caucus on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at the Cameron Senior Center, 20 Pleasant St., Westford, MA at 10:30am to elect delegates to the 2018 Massachusetts Republican Convention which will be held at the DCU Center in Worcester on April 28, 2018. Official members of the Westford Republican Town Committee were the only eligible voters to elect the delegates for the Convention but any registered Republican (registered by December 31, 2017) was able to run for a delegate spot.

The Convention’s primary role is to endorse statewide candidates for nomination ahead of the state primary election in September 2018. Republican candidates seeking endorsement are for the offices of:

  • United States Senator in Congress (Class I)
  • Governor of the Commonwealth
  • Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth
  • Treasurer and Receiver-General
  • Auditor of the Commonwealth
  • Attorney General
  • Secretary of the Commonwealth

At the State Convention, candidates must attain 15% of the delegates’ vote on any ballot in order to qualify for ballot access for the state primary election.