Citrus County Republican
Executive Committee

“Where you lead, others will follow…”

18April5:00 PMFeaturedLincoln Day Dinner 2020Lincoln Day Dinner

April

15April7:00 PMNSRC - General Membership Meeting April

18April5:00 PMFeaturedLincoln Day Dinner 2020Lincoln Day Dinner

20April7:00 PM8:00 PMREC Monthly Meeting - Virtual

21April11:30 AMHomosassa River Republican Club - April

May

18May7:00 PM8:00 PMREC Monthly Meeting - Virtual

19May11:30 AMHomosassa River Republican Club - May

June

15jun7:00 PM8:00 PMREC Monthly Meeting - Virtual

July

20JulyAll DayLast Day to Register before the Primary

20July7:00 PM8:00 PMREC Monthly Meeting - Virtual

August

17aug7:00 PM8:00 PMREC Monthly Meeting - Virtual

18augAll DayPrimary Election

 

OUR MISSION

The Citrus County Republican Executive Committee (CCREC) is the governing body of the Republican Party of Citrus County. The goal of our committee members is to be able to effectively educate, inform and mobilize Republican voters.

 

CITRUS COUNTY REPUBLICANS BELIEVE

  • That our environment should be protected for future generations.
  • That less government that is efficient fosters an environment for individual growth.
  • That the strength of our nation lies with the freedom of individual initiative, rather than the burden of government intervention and regulation.
  • In a strong national defense. We are proud that members of our military have defended our freedom and the freedom of others.
  • Our 16th President of the United States and known as the Father of the Republican Party. He was the original Civil Rights Leader of our country. Abraham Lincoln died at the age of 55 having led during one of the most difficult eras of the nation.

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN (1809-1864)

    “My dream is of a place and a time where American will once again be seen as the last best hope of the Earth.”

     

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN
    Our Country

    “You cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they could and should do for themselves.”

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN
    The Role of Government

    “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.”

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN
    A Man’s Character

    “The power of the ballot is stronger than the bullet.”

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN
    Voting