Want to Join Brookfield Republicans?

The party is looking for people to serve on the town committee and appointed offices in town.

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The following is a press release from the Brookfield Republican Town Committee.

The Brookfield Republican Town Committee (BRTC) is seeking candidates to serve on the town committee during the 2014-16 term. In addition to the 25 regular members, the BRTC has 10 alternate positions.

The BRTC works to recruit, endorse, and elect Republican candidates at all levels of our government, and to promote activities that raise funds to support the election of said Republican candidates. The Vacancy Committee will conduct interviews with interested Republicans in the coming weeks, and the full BRTC will select a full slate of 35 (25 + 10).

The candidates recommended by the BRTC will be presented to a caucus open to all Republicans at a date in January to be determined.

Additionally, the BRTC is seeking candidates interested in volunteering for the following appointed offices: Arts Commission, Board of Ethics, Candlewood Lake Authority, Commission on Aging, Conservation Commission, Economic Development Commission, Historic District Commission, Housing Authority, Inland Wetlands Commission, Lake Lillinonah Authority, Library Board of Trustees, Municipal Building Committee, Parks & Recreation Commission, Police Commission, and Water Pollution Control Authority.

The Vacancy Committee will conduct interviews in the coming weeks, and the BRTC will recommend candidates to be considered by the Board of Selectmen (BOS) in January. Regular and alternate members approved by the BOS will begin serving on their respective appointed boards and commissions in February 2014.  

Registered Republicans interested in interviewing for a position on the BRTC or for an appointed office, or who have questions about any of these commissions, should contact George Walker (Chairman of the BRTC Vacancy Committee, 203-775-1230; gwalker1230@charter.net) or Marty Flynn (Chairman of the BRTC, 203-775-3879; martyflynn@charter.net) by Saturday, Dec. 21.
myopinion December 09, 2013 at 05:45 PM
Why oh why would anyone want to affiliate with this group of deceitful people. I would not want my name and reputation associated with them nor would I want anyone to believe I supported or endorsed their morals, values or ideas. Good luck with this. Your gonna need it.
Dan Kelly December 09, 2013 at 07:59 PM
In case anyone is interested, please feel free to stop by during one of the meetings. Meetings are held on the 5th Wednesday of every month in the graveyard off of Grays Bridge Road. This month we will have Vlad the Impaler as an inspirational guest speaker, and afterwards you may join us for cocktails of kittens blood to be served in the tomb on the left side of the park.
Rick Jones December 09, 2013 at 08:22 PM
Are they also looking for people to join A Brookfield Party so they can continue to circumvent the spirit of the minority representation rules? Or will they create anther fake party to serve the same purpose.
Skyhawk December 09, 2013 at 11:57 PM
This article is a joke isn't it? You're not being serious are you? After what just happened, you ask if anyone want s to join your club? You need to think a little more about your marketing endeavors. And by the way, I am a Republican and I'm disgusted.
Pokeno Ridge December 10, 2013 at 12:24 AM
Is there a minimum of registers I have to steal from to join the party, or is it just a minimum of how much money I have to steal from one register to become a republican?
Susan December 10, 2013 at 07:19 AM
You must be joking...who would want to join a party that our thief/crook selectman is with! Makes me ashamed to be a Brookfielder!
Jonathan Williams December 10, 2013 at 10:30 AM
Perhaps they can search the police blotter for their future enrollment!
The Watcher December 10, 2013 at 12:39 PM
@myopinion **you're gonna need it.
Diogenes December 10, 2013 at 09:17 PM


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