About the Chesterfield County Republican Committee (CCRC)
So, what does GOP mean anyway? The Grand Old (Republican) Party of course! The Republican Party was created in 1854 in opposition to the Kansas-Nebraska Act that would have allowed the expansion of slavery into Kansas. Besides opposition to slavery, the new party put forward a progressive vision of modernizing the United States, emphasizing higher education, banking, railroads, industry and cities, while promising free homesteads to farmers. The Party nominated Abraham Lincoln and ascended to power in the election of 1860.
Other tenets of the Republican Party are: lowing taxes to put more money in citizens pockets and spur economic growth, free enterprise, smaller federal government and fiscal responsibility by our elected representatives, a strong national defense, and that all individuals are entitled to equal rights, justice, and opportunities and should assume their responsibilities as citizens in a free society.
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The CCRC looks to build on the ideology of the past and bring these core values forward in order to help create and affect positive change in the Commonwealth. We can all be advocates for a more prosperous Chesterfield, Virginia and United States.
Our leaders are committed to bringing all those that want to help bring about continued prosperity to this great county regardless of color, gender or creed so we can be a positive force for the people of Chesterfield.