VICE-PRESIDENT: Mark MniSECOND
VICE-PRESIDENT: Jerry MartinezCTRA
SECRETARY: Matt O’Brien TREASURER: Ed SorensonNATIONAL
DIRECTORS: Manny Santos, Dennis
SavageCHAPLAIN: Dennis SavageWebsite:
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The CT Republican Assembly Comes Out Strong at Its 4th Annual Luncheon and Convention
|Wayne Winsley on the right.|
SECURE Your Freedoms…by Learning Your RIGHTS!
AMERICA is Great…Because America is GOOD!
NATIONS Don’t Defund Their Borders…They DEFEND Them!
INSPIRE Your Neighbors…by Being COURAGEOUS!
TEACH Our Children HOW to Think…Not WHAT to Think!
YOU are Responsible…for Your Own DESTINY!
The speakers were Martha
Dean, Constitutional Attorney and candidate for CT Secretary of
State, 2002 & 2010; Peter Lumaj, Attorney, 2018 Gubernatorial Candidate and 2014 Secretary of State Candidate; Jonathan Hanen, Field Representative, Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR); Craig Fishbein, Attorney, State Representative (CT-90) and CGA Conservative Caucus Vice-Chairman; Wayne Winsley, Speaker, Founder of Brave Enough to Fail, and 2012 Congressional Candidate (CT-3); and Robert Ham, Institutional Development for Hillsdale College.
In addition, Dominic
Rapini and Linda Szynkowicz of FightVoterFraud.org spoke briefly
during lunch. Fight Voter Fraud has assembled a ‘silent army’ of volunteer and professional investigators who follow leads and data to verify fraud where it rears its ugly head. The aim of their important work is to ensure ‘One vote for each legal voter.’ Interested citizens can contact them at https://fightvoterfraud.org/.
To feature the work of their increasing membership, CTRA recently created an award in honor of their founder and first CTRA president, Mark W. Anderson. They made Mark the first honoree, presenting the award to him at the luncheon. Mark is currently a member of the Connecticut House of Representatives, representing District 62. He assumed office on January 6, 2021.
Republican Assembly is a chapter of the National Federation of Republican
Assemblies (NFRA), a grassroots movement made up of Reagan conservatives, who
believe in small government, lower taxes, free market capitalism, a strong
defense, the right to life, and a decent America. President Reagan described
the NFRA as “the Republican wing of the Republican Party, the home of the
Frederick Douglass Republicans, and the conscience of the Republican Party.” It
was founded in 1934 and was called the TEA Party before there was a TEA Party. They
support true Republican candidates, endorse in primaries, and work to restore
the Republican Party to the values and principles of the Party of Reagan.
Manny Santos on the left.
If you are interested in supporting CTRA, you can apply for membership, sign up for email updates, attend future events, like/contact them on Facebook, MeWe, or Telegram. For information on all of these opportunities, visit the website at www.ctra.us.