Today, over 60 Republican candidates, community leaders, and volunteers in Connecticut’s Asian American community joined the Republican National Committee (RNC) in Greenwich as part of its National Day of Action. Attendees participated in a training as part of the RNC’s Republican Leadership Initiative, focused on educating and organizing energetic volunteers to mobilize their communities for the GOP.
Attendees heard from 4th Congressional District Nominee Harry Arora on the importance of communities engaging to elect Republicans up and down the ticket. Participants also discussed the countless similarities between Asian American values and Republican principles in the Nutmeg State.
While covering today’s event, please consider the following quote:
“Connecticut is in need of fresh, new leadership in Hartford, and Republicans are pounding on the door ready to provide just that. The incredible turnout and success of today’s Republican Leadership Initiative training in Greenwich shows how enthusiastic and energized Republicans are to take back Connecticut. The RNC is excited to support GOP grassroots efforts, like today’s event in Connecticut.” –RNC Spokesperson Nicole Tardif
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