It is with excitement and enthusiasm that we announce the official formation of the Republican Fiscal Conservative Central Committee Team. We are dedicated to the great Republican principles of reducing taxes, reducing spending, and supporting job creation and retention within Cecil County. This team is comprised of experienced professionals who are organized, business-minded, technically-savvy, and most importantly, dedicated to the success of the Republican Party in Cecil County. Each member of this dynamic team brings along with them a unique set of valuable skills:
Joe Tropp has been a Tea Party speaker, a member of the Campaign for Liberty, and the Vice-Chairman of the Republicans of Cecil. Joe has been involved with door-to-door operations for many local conservative candidates this election cycle and has excellent experience with grassroots organizing.
James W. Hutchinson currently serves as the Secretary of the Cecil County Republican Central Committee. He is a long-time resident of Cecil County with over 12 years of leadership experience within the private sector.
Brad Carrillo is currently serving as a member of the Cecil County Republican Central Committee and as a member of the Elkton Planning Commission. Brad is a small business owner who resides in Elkton with his family.
Theodore A. Patterson is the President of the Cecil County Young Republicans, past State Coordinator for the Maryland Campaign for Liberty, and a current Cecil County Republican Central Committee member. Ted is also serving the Republican Party as a candidate for State Delegate in District 34B.
Chris Zeauskas is the founder of the Cecil Citizens Against Taxation, a small business owner, and Vice-President of the Cecil County Young Republicans. Chris and his wife April, Treasurer for the Cecil County Republican Women’s Club, have been heavily involved with the Republican Party. Chris is also running for Cecil County Commissioner in District 2.
Carrie Taylor is the current President of the Cecil County Republican Women’s Club and a Republican candidate for County Treasurer. She has worked diligently in the private sector for over 15 years. She is a member of the Republicans of Cecil and the Cecil County Young Republicans.
Mike Dawson, a candidate for County Commissioner in District 4, is a resident of Perryville and a successful small business owner operator. Mike is currently a member of the Cecil County Young Republicans and a member of the Republicans of Cecil.
Michael Dunn, a resident of Rising Sun, has a deep background in supporting Republican candidates and philosophies as he’s worked for Congressman Wayne Gilchrest, State Senator Nancy Jacobs, and State Delegate Mike Smigiel. Michael has served as a member of the Republican Central Committee and the 21st Century Republican Club which positions him perfectly to hit the ground running as a member of the 2011 Cecil County Republican Central Committee.
Jim Mullin is currently serving as Cecil County Commissioner for the southern Cecil County First District. Commissioner Mullin also serves as the Executive Director of the Maryland Oystermen Association and the Education Chair of the local Appraisal Institute Chapter. Jim ran the Cecil County campaign for Michael Steele in 2006 when he ran for US Senate. Jim is a member of the Republican Club of Cecil County and the 21st Century Republican Club.
We are a team that is dedicated to organizing and unifying the Republican Party in Cecil County. Please feel free to contact any member of this team for more information. We welcome the opportunity to speak with you about our thoughts and ideas.
Joe Tropp E-mail: email@example.com
James W. Hutchinson E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brad Carillo E-mail: email@example.com
Theodore A. Patterson E-mail: Theodore@udel.edu
Chris Zeauskas E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carrie Taylor E-mail: email@example.com
Mike Dawson E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Dunn E-mail: email@example.com
Jim Mullin E-mail: JimMullinSRA@aol.com
Authority: Republicans of Cecil Fiscal Conservative Team, Jillian Patterson, Treasurer