The members of the Harvard Republican Town Committee consist of enrolled members of the Republican Party who reside in the Town of Harvard. We are a voice for common sense in our community.

We are dedicated to gathering individuals together for the purpose of advancing a conservative agenda of small government, limited taxation, individual liberty and individual responsibility while protecting fundamental basics such as public safety and public education. We champion job creation, entrepreneurship, and small businesses.

We also will support candidates for town, state, and federal elections who share the ideals that government should limit its role to its constitutional responsibilities and promote individual rights as our founding fathers intended.

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HRTC MEETING - October 11, 2017 (Wed) 7:30pm

Congregational Church

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Fun at the 10/8/16 Harvard Flea Market

Pictured left to right: Chair Peter Duckett, Treasurer Marylin Morgan, Secretary Pam Marsden, Committee Member Bob Hughes.

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Harvard Parade

Beautiful day for the parade on July 2, 2016! We distributed about 25 pounds of candy to children along the parade route. This year's theme was supporting local businesses.

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Having a Grand Old Party at the Old Fashioned 4th of July Parade

The HRTC entered a float in this year's themed, "An Old Fashioned 4th of July", parade.  Our float entitled "We're having a Grand Old Party" included Uncle Sam with riders and marchers costumed in patriotic vests and Republican boater hats.

Thanks to Sherry Graham for driving the float while Don marched in the parade with the Boy Scout troop.  Gavin & Rachel Graham rode the float with Pam Marston and Julie Rembrandt Seeley.  Jim DeZutter and John Seeley distributed candy along the parade route.  Bob Hughes, Deb Skauen Hinchliffe and Fred Hinchliffe marched along and helped distribute candy.  Many thanks for candy contributions from Bruce & Marylin Morgan, Ron Ricci, Pam Marston, and  Julie Rembrandt Seeley.   Photos courtesy of Fred Hinchliffe - 07/04/13.

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 July 2013 13:54
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‪6/29/13 - Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) Delivers Weekly GOP Address On Obamacare Anxiety‬

Published on Jun 29, 2013
In the Weekly Republican Address, Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) notes that the deadline for millions of Americans to purchase health insurance in a special "exchange" is quickly approaching, yet the Obama administration still can't answer basic questions about health insurance costs and coverage or even guarantee that the exchanges will be ready to enroll patients by an October 1 deadline. As a result, Americans are rightfully concerned and skeptical about how such a "massive federal government takeover of health care" will work, says Roberts, who has introduced legislation to sunset the exchanges if they miss the enrollment deadline.

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House Republicans swiftly announce hearing on IRS targeting conservative groups

Published May 11, 2013

The IRS acknowledging that it targeted conservative political groups during the 2012 election season has sparked bipartisan calls for investigation -- with House Republicans already saying they will hold a hearing on the issue.

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said Friday the Republican-led chamber would investigate the tax-collecting agency for flagging the groups for additional review to see whether they were violating their tax-exempt status.

“The IRS cannot target or intimidate any individual or organization based on their political beliefs,” the Virginia Republican said.

Cantor’s comments were followed within minutes by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp saying he would hold a hearing.

The IRS on Friday apologized for targeting groups, but Camp, R-Mich., argued the agency had “repeatedly denied” such activity.

“The admission by the agency that it targeted American taxpayers based on politics is both shocking and disappointing,” he said.

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$22 Minimum Wage Suggested by Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Tuesday, 19 Mar 2013 08:58 AM
By Michael Mullins

Tripling the minimum wage to $22 an hour from its current $7.25 an hour has been suggested by Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who until now had seemed to be keeping a low profile after defeating Republican Scott Brown in November for the Massachusetts seat.

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Can America make a turn around?

February 15, 2013

Dr. Carson responds to audience's questions


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