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Join the Broward Republican Executive Committee

There are three forms required to join the Broward Republican Executive Committee. There is no cost to join. The first form is the BREC application…just fill it out as indicated.   You can locate the form by clicking here —> BREC application The second form is the Republican Party of Florida (“RPOF”) loyalty oath.  You […]

Richard DeNapoli Elected as Broward Republican State Committeeman

Richard DeNapoli won more than 50% of the vote in a landslide in the August 30th Election, becoming the newly elected Broward Republican Party State Committeeman. He will be serving for four years. Broward County, FL, September 2, 2016 (Newswire.com) – Richard DeNapoli, a practicing attorney in South Florida who is the Chief Trust Officer […]

Florida Insider Poll: Who’s Likely to Run in the 2016 Senate Race?

Today, Richard DeNapoli was a featured participant in the Tampa Bay Times Fla Insider Poll…here’s an excerpt… Fla Insider Poll: Sizing up Fla’s ’16 US Senate race Adam C. SmithAdam C. Smith, Times Political Editor Friday, January 30, 2015 8:40am An open U.S. Senate seat is usually a once-in-a-generation opportunity for ambitious poltiticians. And with […]

Richard DeNapoli at the RPOF January 2015 Elections

Today, January 18th, 2015, Richard DeNapoli attended the Republican Party of Florida Annual Meeting, which featured the election of officers. In addition to visiting with old friends from the Broward Republican Party, like new chair Christine Butler, Richard was there in support of Joe Gruters and his candidacy for Vice Chair of the Republican Party […]

Broward Election Recap – Part 2 of a Series

The recap takeaway: The more Republican “East Side” of Broward County exhibited remarkable uniformity in its voting patterns, showing similar numbers for Representative George Moraitis, Ellyn Bogdanoff, and County Commissioner Chip LaMarca.  It also averaged a 51.4% turnout, much higher than the rest of the county.  Republican voter performance (i.e., how much Republicans turn out) […]