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Statement from Monroe County Republican Chairman Bill Reilich

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

Rochester, NY – “The primary role of any Chairman is to unify the party, generate financial support and most of all - win elections. Given Mr. Garretson’s failure to make substantial progress in any of these aspects, it’s no surprise that his brief tenure as Chairman has come to an end.

While the Democratic Committee continues to spin its wheels, the Monroe County Republican Committee and its 2015 slate of candidates led by County Executive candidate Cheryl Dinolfo, are firing on all cylinders.

Our strong leadership and commitment to lower taxes and job growth are ideas all voters can get behind regardless of party affiliation. I'm confident our Republican team has the right message and our momentum will carry us to decisive victories on Election Day.”

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For Immediate Release:
July 15, 2015

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2015 Monroe County Republican Convention

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

Rochester, NY – Last night at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside, Monroe County Republican Chairman Bill Reilich and the Monroe County Republican Committee endorsed candidates for the 2015 Election.

The party emerged unified around a superb slate of candidates that will keep taxes low and help create an environment which is conducive for job growth in our community.  The party endorsed Cheryl Dinolfo for Monroe County Executive, Sandra Doorley for Monroe County District Attorney and James Vazzana for Monroe County Family Court Justice.

In his nomination speech, Chairman Bill Reilich said, “Cheryl is a tireless campaigner, but more important she is the type of leader we all need. Cheryl has always held herself and her commitment to our community to the highest standards, both ethically and fiscally.” 

Gates Town Supervisor Mark Assini nominated Sandra Doorley. Sandra is among the top...

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Chairman Reilich Recommends Skelos Step Down from Leadership

Thursday, May 7th, 2015

Rochester, NY – There is still much important work to be done in Albany before the close of the legislative session. The final “post-budget” months sometimes are the most critical and require a great deal of time and attention on the part of our legislators. “Now is not the time to have someone leading the NYS Senate who cannot give their full time and attention to the matters at hand,” Reilich said. “I believe that Senator Skelos should step down from his leadership position until this matter is brought to a conclusion. I feel this action would be in the best interest of all of our residents and taxpayers.” ###

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Chairman Reilich Responds to Frankel Announcement

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Rochester, NY – The local Democrats’ lost their "Anybody But Frankel" campaign with today’s announcement. Their party is stuck with Sandy Frankel when Democrat after Democrat chose not to run, acknowledging that Cheryl Dinolfo is the best choice to serve as our community’s next County Executive.

For months now, Cheryl Dinolfo has been sharing her vision for creating and retaining jobs, keeping property taxes flat and ensuring Monroe County government is the most ethical and transparent in the nation. Monroe County voters support that vision and will provide Cheryl Dinolfo a great victory on Election Day!

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Chairman Reilich Announces Rush Town Board Member is Switching Parties

Monday, April 13th, 2015

Rochester, NY – Chairman Bill Reilich is proud to welcome Rush Town Board Member Daniel Woolaver to the Republican team. Woolaver cited his reasons for joining the GOP in a letter released to voters on Saturday.

“During my time on the Town Board I have enjoyed working with the Republican members of the Board and believe they are committed to the Town of Rush and are working with the best interest of the town in mind. Although we have not agreed on every matter, I believe we have been able to discuss our differences and have reached agreement on how to move the Town forward in a positive direction.”

“In recent years I find myself in a situation where I do not agree with many of the statements and actions of the current leadership of the Rush Democratic Party and believe these statements are detrimental to the positive operations of the Town Board and unfair to its members. I have therefore decided to switch my...

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