Republican Report for March 2016

Your board, the RPOF, and the RNC are working very hard to bring you a successful Lincoln Day.

First, Governor Jeb Bush has stated he will not be attending. The featured speakers for the March 12, 2016 Lincoln Day are as follows:

  • Senator Tim Scott (R-SC)
  • Lt. Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera
  • Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater
  • Representative George Moraitis
  • Representative Blaise Ingoglia
  • RNC Co-Chair Sharon Day
  • National Committeeman Peter Feaman
  • U.S. Senate Candidate Todd Wilcox
  • Philanthro-Capitalist Frank McKinney

The following candidates have confirmed their attendance:

  • Joseph Bensmihen for U.S. Congress (CD-22)
  • Jerry Fadgen for Plantation City Council
  • Marty Feigenbaum for U.S. Congress (CD-22)
  • Oscar Ganem-Arenas for State House (D-104)
  • Chuck Lanza for Broward County Commission (D-5)
  • Frank Messana for Margate City Commission (Seat 2)
  • Andrea McGee for U.S. Congress (CD-22)
  • Kevin Moot for Weston Commission (Seat 1)
  • Mark O’Loughlin for Pembroke Pines (D-2)
  • Chris Ziadie for Pembroke Pines City Commission (D-3)
  • Daniel Zutler for Governor (FL)

The following former BREC chairs have confirmed their attendance:

  • Richard DeNapoli
  • Chip LaMarca
  • George LeMieux
  • Rico Petrocelli
  • Ed Pozzuoli
  • Shane Strum
  • Kevin Tynan

We are still working to confirm presidential speakers and we are in touch with their campaigns on a daily basis.

There are only about 10 tables left. To secure your table, please contact a Board Member or visit our Eventbrite link:

In other news:

We have 577 Precincts in Broward County. We need 2 people to split shifts at EVERY Precinct on election day (for a total of 1154 people). We could really use an additional 1154 people to split the “outside shift”, which includes tasks such as sign placement and palm card passing. This would effectively bump the total number of volunteers to 2308.

That will only cover the actual election day. We also have EARLY Voting which will require 4 people per day, per early voting site. Hopefully, some of the 2308 people we find will also cover the early voting sites.

We Remain, Republican Strong!

Your BREC Board

Republican Report for February 2016

It is my privilege and honor to announce to you that your BREC board has secured the date of March 12, 2016 for our Lincoln Day Dinner and our Key Note speaker is former Florida Governor and Presidential candidate Jeb Bush.  We are confirming other speakers and elected officials.  Details will follow.

Tickets are on sale at this time and BREC members are receiving a discount.  If you want to sit with your friends, or organize seating options, please do so prior to your ticket purchase. Seat selection is available on the purchase site and are first come first serve.  Please see the following website for more details courtesy of Jay Narang!

Product or Service Placement Opportunity. If you would like to participate in our silent auction, please contact Bob Nichols.  Your item or gift certificate will be promoted to hundreds of people and perhaps seen on a national level.

Broward is RED Hot!¬† Rice and Dough located at 501 S. E. 2nd Street¬†will be hosting a Republican Valentine’s Day get together on Thursday – February 11th.¬†¬†They are offering 1/2 off on drinks and food from 6:30 – 9:00pm for anyone wearing RED.

The BREC Board would like to Congratulate Kristin Matheny as your new BREC secretary, and Sharon Day and Peter Feaman were both reelected at RPOF.  Please support all of your local candidates.

Robert W. Sutton
Chairman of the Broward Republican Executive Committee

January Republican Report

Republican Report 1.4.2016

Your BREC Board wishes you and your family a very happy and healthy 2016.  We have our work cut out for us and it will take a unified Republican base to place a Republican in the White House in 2016. We encourage you to fight for your candidate to make it through the primaries, but will need you to back whoever the Republican candidate is to beat the Democratic opponent.  Your Board is working to get our message out and showcase all Republican candidates.

It was great to see the Republican support at The Riverside Hotel Holiday Happy Hour. Thank you for supporting Republicans in Broward County.



Simultaneous BREC fundraiser January 9th located directly next door to Cigar Republic.¬† Pan’e Dolci at¬†3341 East Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308 Finest Italian bakery, pastries, gourmet & ice cream gelato.¬†¬†Pan’e Dolci will donate a portion of the sales to BREC.¬†¬†7 pm –¬†10 pm.

January 15¬†–¬†Frank Hunt, The South Florida Regional Coordinator for the Ted Cruz campaign, has requested that all Ted Cruz Supporters meet at the Sample Boulevard Wings Plus in Coral Springs at 7:00 pm¬†¬†This will also be a BREC fundraiser as Wings Plus will donate 15% of¬†¬†food and drink sales to BREC.

Monday, January 18th, MLK Parade.  Please contact Lucdwin Luck at 571-488-2132 for further details.

Lincoln Day Dinner:  Please hold the date.  March 12, 2016 Details to follow.  Your Board reached out to each and every Presidential candidate.  The Key note speaker will be Governor Jeb Bush.

Disclosure of the mailing list update:  A few members made a motion to allow your information to be released to candidates who are running for BREC office.  Your General Counsel is researching the legal details on how to best get this done.  Election for secretary this month.

All Broward Republicans are encouraged to Text: @browardg to 81010 to keep up to date with events and announcements.

Robert W. Sutton
Chairman of the Broward Republican Executive Committee
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December Republican Report

As another year winds down we can reflect on what we accomplished and the changes that we have been through.¬†¬†On a positive note, BREC’s last few meetings have shown that BREC is significant and is taking center stage in the State of Florida.

Our last meeting was filled with excitement as our Lt. Governor was the key note speaker and Presidential candidates had their people in place showing that they know that we will elect the next president of the United States.¬†¬†The meeting prior¬†to¬†the last,¬†BREC¬†members heard¬†Sharon¬†Day,¬†the¬†Co-Chair of the¬†RNC, give an update.¬†¬†And last but certainly not least, your current board’s first meeting featured Blaise Ingoglia, the chair¬†of the Florida¬†Republican Party.

Your Board is working on a one year plan to ensure that the next President of the United States is a Republican.  It is with great enthusiasm and excitement that we look forward to the new year and that we remain Republican Strong and each of us make it our mission to elect Republicans and work as one Republican Strong entity.

Volunteers are needed to assist Mark¬†O’Loughlin¬†and¬†Chris Ziadie with their campaigns.¬†¬†¬†We need to ensure that these two Republicans and BREC members win their March election.¬†¬†They will need campaign contributions, phone callers, and walkers.

In addition, BREC is looking for volunteers to assist with data entry, procuring vendors, meeting sponsors and running the Hollywood club.  Please contact Chairman Sutton or Vice Chair Ellich for details.

Please test the magic of the donate button on your BREC website.¬†¬†Everyone who donates $10.00 or more will receive a¬†special limited edition¬†T-Shirt with¬†an elephant graphic from¬†the Sunshine State Logo on the front of the shirt.¬† “It’s a new day in Broward and the Elephant is rising!”

Finally, the next BREC meeting will be held on January 25th at Deicke.  Your Board would like to thank you for your support and wish you and your family, Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah, and may you and your family be blessed in the new year.   May all of us be blessed with a Republican president in 2016

Robert W. Sutton

BREC Meeting Reminder

Our last BREC meeting for 2015 and the Vice Chair election will be held on Monday, November 23rd at Deicke Auditorium in Plantation.  Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera candidate for U.S. Senate is the featured speaker.  Come early to meet and greet candidates and shop at our first ever Holiday Gift Bazaar!  Doors open at 6pm, meeting starts at 7pm.

LG Carlos cantera

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Project Holiday 2015
In an effort to support deployed USA military members during the holiday season, the City of Delray Beach, “You Are Not Alone and “One Soldier at a Time” have come together to support the 10th Annual Project Holiday. This important Project collects and ships desperately needed items to our military who will not be able to come home for the holidays.
The community is encouraged to experience the true spirit of the holiday by contributing to this worthy cause. Donated items will be accepted at the BREC meeting and delivered to Delray Beach. ¬†Examples of needed items are: (travel size preferred): Thermoguard pads (heating pads), holiday decorations (all faiths), bags of hard, individually wrapped candy (i.e., lifesavers, dollar store hard candy – please no chocolates except for tootsie rolls, tootsie roll pops, charm pops, etc.), snacks that can easily be put in their pockets while on duty (i.e., fruit cups, peanut butter crackers, etc.), gum, beef jerky, Slim Jim, pepperoni or similar dried meats, boxes of granola bars or similar, individual bags of nuts, dried fruit, trail mix or sunflower seeds, boxed and/or individual drink packets (i.e., Crystal Light, Wal-Mart or Target brand, Kool-Aid, hot chocolate, etc.), non-perishable food items, foil packed tuna and chicken, crackers, sun block, lip balm, baby wipes (no bigger than 2¬Ĺ” wide packages), Purell hand sanitizer, hand lotion, batteries (i.e., AA or AAA), foot powder, deodorant, toothpaste, socks (e.g., white or black knee-hi), used CD’s, DVD’s (no VHS tapes or cassettes), letters, notes, holiday cards and encouragement cards