Young Republicans Bring the Adrenaline

Atlantis, May 5, 2016 – Four local millennial activists brought unmistakable enthusiasm and dedication to the May Central Republican Club meeting, instilling a healthy dose of optimism to an audience beleaguered by a fractious Party. Their commitment to classic Republican principles and to garnering new adherents both on Florida campuses and elsewhere, were backed up by statistical and anecdotal results, exploding common-held beliefs perpetuated by the mainstream media.

Political strategist Mary Anna Mancuso kicked off the proceedings by explaining various local efforts to energize an apathetic but critically important Palm Beach County Republican electorate, and the dire consequences of not winning the November election.

Cade Marsh, from the Federation of College Republicans, described the recent successes of registering new Republican voters and submitted that most kids on Florida campuses lean towards conservatism. He offered numerous examples disproving the myth that leftists held a stranglehold in America’s colleges.

Other Young Republicans shared their excitement in engaging new members to the fold, including Stephanie Woloshin from the Republican Jewish Coalition, who just became Outreach Coordinator for the “Don’t Bankrupt America” movement.

Also noteworthy, candidate for Palm Beach County Sheriff Rick Sessa described his plan to bring integrity, honesty, and morale back to the largest Department in the County, after the lengthy and secretive corrupting practices of Ric Bradshaw. His enthusiastic reception was inundated with many incisive questions from the audience.

The June 2nd meeting will feature Prof. Mary Ellen Vitrano, who will discuss “Purging Voter Fraud,” beginning at 6:30 pm at Atlantis.