By Andrew Turck
The Holyoke Enterprise 

Patient. Vigilant. Energized.

Republicans at Lincoln Day Dinner lay out strategy for taking back the nation

 

(Andrew Turck | The Holyoke Enterprise)

REPRESENTATIVE Richard Holtorf of House District 63 speaks to attendees of the Lincoln Day Dinner for area Republicans the afternoon of Saturday, March 18. According to Holtorf, Republicans need to follow in the Democrats' stead by collecting ballots in greater numbers to get out the vote.

A group of Republican representatives, senators, advisors and attorneys arrived to Holyoke the afternoon of Saturday, March 18, for the Lincoln Day Dinner, where they addressed 150 residents within the Phillips County Event Center amid scattered American flags, and a meal of meat and baked potatoes. Radio host Kim Monson presided, opening more than two and a half hours of speeches by calling Colorado "the tip of the spear" for reclaiming "our great American idea."

United States Congresswoman Lauren Boebert then entered the room via Zoom call to the sound of clapping, stressing that her pa...



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