HENRIETTA

REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE

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Matt Borkowski for County Legislator

Matt Borkowski was born and raised in Henrietta, living in the town for over 40 years now.  He and his wife Kirsten, a Rush Henrietta graduate, are closing in on 25 years of marriage and have 3 daughters.  He is currently the Vice-Chairman of the Henrietta Planning Board, where he has been a member for over 10 years. Additionally, he owns a small business and is the COO for another, both located in Henrietta.  Matt coached youth soccer for years in Henrietta.

“In a time where unchecked partisan politics seems to be steamrolling Western New York, I would like to be an objective voice of reason and moderation for the people of Henrietta and Pittsford. People are leaving our area in droves because the cost of living is going up while our level of representation is going down.  I would like to bring YOUR voice back to the Monroe County Legislature.”

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Joe Bellanca for Town Board

Joe is a lifelong resident of Henrietta and a Rush Henrietta graduate.  He and his wife, Angela, have been married for 13 years and have two daughters.  He is incredibly involved in Henrietta following his parent’s, Joe, Sr. and Connie, shining example of caring for our Community.  He has been a Social Studies Teacher at the Senior High School for the past 23 years and Varsity Boys Tennis and Volleyball Coach since 2001.

“Being a teacher, coach and lifelong Henrietta resident, I have had the privilege to know so many people from our diverse community and I look forward to bringing that perspective as your representative. I love this community for the opportunities it has provided me and the relationships I have built. I am honored to have this opportunity to continue serving Henrietta as a forceful advocate for all of its residents.”

 

What does it mean to be a Republican?

This is a wonderful video from Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory.  He explains why he switched from the Democrat Party to the Republican Party. He discusses the history of the Republican Party, founded as an Abolitionist Movement in 1854 and talks about how the welfare state is just a mechanism of control.