The role of a Republican State Committeeman is simple. Recruit candidates, help with fundraising, and work to grow the party. This is a lot of work and should be a full-time job. My opponents are running for this and for State Senate at the same time. If either were to win both, they would have to choose between supporting their own campaign and representing their constituents or working to support other campaigns. Both of these are a full-time job and doing fifty percent of either is no good for the candidate, no good for the Republican party, and no good for you. I have been involved in Republican campaigns and politics for nearly 20 years. I have worked and volunteered on numerous campaigns at all levels. I currently do social media and website work for many candidates and political organizations. On top of that, I am serving in my 6th year on the Sandwich School Committee and am currently the chairman. We need to get younger people involved, and I believe that I can do that. In fact, I have the support and help of the Sandwich High School young Republicans. At the end of the day, I intend to make this my full-time priority. Massachusetts residents deserve a Republican party that can effectively advocate for lower taxes and smaller government. The good people of the Plymouth and Barnstable district also deserve a State Committeeman that will make that role his number one priority. I believe that I have the experience, the energy and the ideas to help us grow the Republican party in our district and beyond. I humbly ask for your vote on March 3rd after you've voted in the Republican Presidential Primary.
Sean P. Rausch
Candidate for State Committeeman in the Plymouth and Barnstable district.