About Our Committee

The Easttown Township Republican Committee (ETRC) is a group of dedicated volunteers who are elected by Republican voters in each neighborhood. The ETRC improves our community with qualified candidates who promote issues that matter to Easttown residents. These include a "community first" approach, educational excellence, public safety, and fiscal responsibility (you can read more about our values below). We believe that local political involvement is one of the best ways to fulfill the promise of our community’s future. 

Committee Chair: Chris Glover

Committee Vice-Chair: Kate Murphy

 

Committee Members:

Easttown 1 (votes at BES): Kate Murphy; John Murphy (Secretary)

Easttown 2 (votes at BES)*: Karen Murphy-Bullen; Ed Bullen

Easttown 3 (votes at Easttown Library): John Higgins; Paula Salvo

Easttown 4 (votes at DES): Liz Cavanaugh-Kerr; Jim Kerr

Easttown 5 (votes at Trinity)**: Lynn Snyder; Neil Dombrowski

Easttown 6 (votes at St. John’s): Alessandra Nicolas (Treasurer); Sue Butler

Easttown 7 (votes at DES): (vacant)

*Formerly at UMLY

**In the May 18, 2021, Primary Election, Easttown 5 votes at St. John's

Easttown Township Precincts

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Waterloo Mills

Community First.

Focused on the issues that matter to Easttown residents, including preservation of historic and cultural resources, infrastructure, and community development.

 

World-class Education.

Preparing our students for success in life through an excellent education delivered by high performing and efficient schools.

Conestoga High School
Firefighters

Public Safety.

Continue to promote strong public safety and support the Police, Fire, and EMS personnel in our community.

Fiscal Responsibility.

Advocating for good government and supporting fiscal sustainability and transparency.

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