The Republican Club of Greater Morristown is available to all registered Republicans, regardless of residency. Regular monthly meetings are held at the Morris County Library, 30 East Hanover Ave, Whippany, on the third Monday of every month at 7:15p.m. (except July, August and December). The Club’s primary purpose is to promote and support the Candidates and the Principles of the Republican Party.
The Republican Club of Morristown’s main focus areas are:
- Cultivating goodwill among the members of the Club by promoting the interchange of ideas and providing social activities for its members.
- Educating and informing the public about the Republican ideology.
- Registering more undeclared voters as Republicans.
- Endorsing and actively supporting the Republican candidates during the general election in the following order of priority: #1- municipal, #2-county, #3-state and #4-national. Municipal elections are the Club's primary focus.
The members of this very active Club are seeking to promote increased membership in the Republican Club of Greater Morristown with a membership drive among registered Republicans, as well as those with an undeclared political affiliation, in May. If you like being involved, come join us!
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