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Please Help Us Fight for Strong Leadership in Redding

Chris Hocker
Chris Hocker
Mike Hoffman
Mike Hoffman
Bill Miller
Bill Miller
As is often the case in Redding, many of the races for Town positions this year are uncontested. Two important races, however, ARE contested: the Redding Board of Education, and the Region 9 (Joel Barlow High School) Board of Education. There are significant differences between the two parties' slates for these positions in terms of experience, qualifications, and overall approach to balancing taxpayer concernsChris Hockerwith educational needs of our students.

Our Redding Board of Education candidates, Michael Hoffman and William Miller, are staunch proponents of maintaining educational excellence at the elementary and middle schools (which helps both our kids and our property values), while at the same time holding the line on excessive and unnecessary spending. Unfortunately, their Democrat opponents have not shown the same concern for lightening the burden on taxpayers.

Our Region 9 Board of Education candidate, Chris Hocker, is widely respected for his thoughtful, balanced approach to issues at Barlow during his previous terms on the Board. Neither Barlow nor the taxpayers can afford to lose a Board member of Chris's experience and stature.

And this leads to another important point about this year's Redding election: Democrats are quite openly trying to turn our local election into a referendum on national personalities and issues instead of focusing on local concerns. As Redding Republicans, we reject this misguided approach; our primary concern is to maintain and improve upon Redding's quality of life and values.

We believe that we have by far the strongest, best qualified slate of candidates for Redding's Boards of Education, candidates with proven experience who will concentrate on addressing our local educational issues as well as taxpayer concerns. But they are in serious danger of losing if we cannot run a strong campaign between now and the November 5 election to get our message out and make our candidates' qualifications known to the voters.

Will you help us with a generous contribution to the Redding Republican Town Committee of $100, $250, $500 or more*? Anything you can do will be of enormous assistance to our efforts over the next few weeks.

Please click the "Donate" button now -- and make a contribution by credit card (or, if you prefer contributing by check, you can download our contribution form here).

Redding Republican Town Committee announces November 5, 2019 Slate of Candidates

Mike Hoffman, Bill Miller and Chris Hocker will lead the fight for Educational Excellence and Fiscal Responsibility. Click here to read more.

For the rest of the slate of candidates, click here.

Three Joel Barlow Students Receive Republican Awards

(Redding June 12)Three Joel Barlow High School Students were recipients of awards sponsored by the Redding Republican Town Committee as part of JBHS Award Night on May 31st.
The students and awards given were:
Julia Mullin – The Ronald Reagan Award for a member of the junior class demonstrating excellence in history and/or social sciences.
Jack Warren – The Dwight D. Eisenhower Award for a member of the junior class demonstrating excellence in math and/or science.
Molly Healey – The David A. Sanford Award for a student demonstrating commitment to Redding’s Emergency Medical Services

Chris Hocker, Vice Chair of the Redding Republican Town Committee and member of the Region 9 Board of Education, presented the awards.

Michael Thompson, Chair of the Republican Town Committee, remarked, “The Redding Republicans are proud of our long term tradition of participating in Joel Barlow’s annual award night by being able to cite students for their academic and civic achievements.”

The selection of students receiving the awards was made by a panel of the faculty and administration of Joel Barlow High School.

Paid for by the Redding Republican Town Committee, Gary H. Miyashiro, Treasurer. Approved by the Redding Republican Town Committee.

Redding Republican Town Committee
Chairman,Michael Thompson