Joyce Kelly seeks another term as Republican
State Committeewoman for Suffolk Middlesex District
Joyce Kelly announces that she is running for re-election for Republican State
Committeewoman on March 1st on the Massachusetts Presidential Primary Ballot.
She represents the First Suffolk and Middlesex Senatorial District. The district
encompasses all of Revere, Winthrop, and East Boston. In addition, some of the
precincts in Boston Wards 3 and 5, and some of the precincts in East Cambridge
Wards 2, Ward 4 and all of Ward 5. She has held the position since 2012.
As the Republican State Committeewoman, Joyce was selected to be on the
following Sub-Committees: Outreach, Issues, and the Platform Committees. In
addition, she was a Delegate to the Mass 2014 Republican State Convention. Since
her election, she formed and organized the Revere Republican City Committee, as
well as being the Secretary to the Committee. Ms. Kelly was a significant
participant in the campaigns of Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn
Polito, former Governor Mitt Romney for President, and in the re-election
campaign of U.S. Senator Scott Brown. She continues to be an active volunteer in
the campaigns of municipal, state representatives, congressional and
presidential races for Republican candidates. Joyce worked actively to help
repeal the Massachusetts Automatic Gas Tax Increase Initiative, and is working
to End Common Core Standards in Massachusetts.
The State Committee person is a position on the ballot of which many voters are
unaware. However, it is a position that holds a great deal of guidance over the
direction of the Republican Party. The person you elect for this position must
reflect your ideas and principles just as the State and Federal representatives
that you vote for should. I would ask you to consider my candidacy for this
important position. I would like the opportunity to carry on the significant
work I have been doing on the Republican State Committee and to continue
promoting a Republican agenda of fiscal responsibility and limited government.