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Letter to Ed Cox in Support of Bid to Become NY State GOP Chairman

Letter to Ed Cox in Support of Bid to Become NY State GOP Chairman

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August 16, 2009 Edward F.

Cox 1133 Avenue of the Americas New York, New York 10036 Dear Ed: Over the past few years it has become clear that our party is in crisis. With the critical elections of 2010 on the horizon, what we need now is leadership that will build a well funded party with the infrastructure to support our county committees and articulate our values to the people of our state. Our friend and colleague Joe Mondello has served our party for many years in various capacities. He deserves our respect and gratitude for his efforts. However, the time has come for new leadership and a new direction that will ensure our party moves into the future with renewed strength. Each of us has had the opportunity to get to know you, your commitment to our values and your vision for a stronger Republican Party. You have traveled the state, taking the time to listen to our county leaders and hear about the needs of many of our county committees. You’ve spoken at events, met with committee members and always demonstrated an appreciation for the role a strong party must play in winning elections at all levels. As County chairmen, we are confident that you understand the need to rebuild our party from the ground up. We also know you are committed to being a fully-engaged leader who will restore confidence in our donors, rebuild the party apparatus, help energize our committees, and assist our candidates on their paths to victory. We have also come to know you as someone who is willing to aggressively engage in the debate on the critical issues we face as a state. For these reasons we pledge our support for you to be the next Chairman of the New York Republican State Committee. Your more than 40 years in Republican Party politics at the local, state and national levels have made you well prepared to lead during these challenging times. We look forward to working hard in the coming weeks to ensure that your effort is successful and together we can quickly move forward with rebuilding the party of Lincoln here in the Empire State. Sincerely, Jim Ellis Vice Chairman, New York Republican State Committee Chairman, Franklin County Republican Committee Bill Hatch Vice Chairman, New York Republican State Committee Chairman, Steuben County Republican Committee Craig Eaton Chairman, Kings County Republican Committee Doug Colety Chairman, Westchester County Republican Committee George Williams Chairman, Oswego County Republican Committee Jack Casey Chairman, Rensselaer County Republican Committee Lowell Conrad Chairman, Livingston County Republican Committee George Joseph Chairman, Oneida County Republican Committee Thomas Morrone Chairman, Chenango County Republican Committee Mario Catalano Chairman, Ulster County Republican Committee Gregory Fingar Chairman, Columbia County Republican Committee Dan Olson Chairman, Wayne County Republican Committee Philip Barnes Chairman, Schuyler County Republican Committee Janet Duprey Chairwoman, Clinton County Republican Committee Ron Jackson Chairman, Essex County Republican Committee Bill Farber Chairman, Hamilton County Republican Committee Sandra Corey Chairwoman, Jefferson County Republican Committee 1 (MORE)

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