Chairman Labriola Praises House and Senate Republicans Blueprint for Prosperity

Chairman Labriola Praises House and Senate Republicans Blueprint for Prosperity

HARTFORD April 29, 2015 – Today, Chairman Jerry Labriola Jr. commented on the Blueprint for Prosperity which was released by House and Senate Republicans on Friday afternoon.

“House and Senate Republicans have proposed a responsible budget that restores opportunity for families and small businesses in Connecticut,” said Labriola. “For five years we have suffered under Dan Malloy’s reckless policies of over-taxation, excessive borrowing and government overreach. These policies have plunged our state into an economic death spiral which is producing a mass exodus out of Connecticut.”

Labriola …

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The Berlin Republican’s issue a “N”Ice Bucket Challenge to fill the Berlin Food Pantry

The Berlin Republican’s issue a “N”Ice Bucket Challenge to fill the Berlin Food Pantry

With all of the publicity that the Ice Bucket challenge has raised for the ALS organization, the Berlin Republican Town Committee (BRTC) is hoping that the “N”Ice Bucket challenge catches on as well.  Not just in their town, but across the state.   They challenge you to raise food for your local pantries!

As a result of a recent article in the Berlin Citizen, the BRTC is teaming up with local businesses to help fill the Berlin Food Pantry for our fellow citizens who are in need.  …

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Serve on a Commission

Serve on a Commission

One of the best ways to get involved in Berlin is to serve on a commission. You can make a direct and immediate impact on your community. Each year, there are a number of openings on the local commissions in Berlin. You can find out more about them by going to the following link on the Berlin Website –

The following link provides a list of the various town commissions and boards – Click here.

Let us know how you are getting involved. Drop us a line on …

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Call for Debate

Call for Debate

October 12, 2013

Berlin, CT – Anne Reilly, Chairperson of The Republican Town Committee, has reached out to Fred Jornter, Democratic Town Chairperson, requesting that the four republican Town Council candidates and the five Democratic Town Council candidates will jointly plan a public televised debate for the Berlin citizens. The debate will allow the citizens an opportunity to evaluate the candidates on issues pertinent to the concerns of the day ranging from  tax concerns, school building issues, economic development and other issues residents may have.

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