Log Cabin-DC Announces Election of Officers & Board of Directors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: Robert Turner
May 6, 2010
(202) 253-1830 cell
LOG CABIN-DC ANNOUNCES ELECTION OF OFFICERS & BOARD OF DIRECTORS
WASHINGTON, DC – The DC Chapter of Log Cabin Republicans yesterday elected new officers and members of its board of directors. The officers are composed of Robert Turner II as President, Chris Scalise as Secretary, and John Tobias as Treasurer. The other elected board members are Christian Berle, Matthew Cook, Chad Polo, Andrew Powaleny, and Michael Zurat. The annual election was held at the Chapter’s May membership meeting.

“This is an exciting time for our organization,” said incoming President Robert Turner. “In this election year, we have four great Republican candidates running for city council and a myriad of others running for school board and ANC. By helping to get these candidates elected, we will strengthen our neighborhoods and schools, bring fiscal sanity back to the District of Columbia and support full equality for the District’s LGBT residents. I want to especially thank Chris Scalise, who has served as an outstanding steward of our organization for the past three years,” Turner concluded.

Log Cabin Republicans is a national organization started in 1977 that believe in low taxes, limited government, strong defense, free markets, personal responsibility, and individual liberty. The DC Chapter holds monthly meetings, supports local Republican candidates and sponsors monthly social gatherings. For more information, please visit http://www.dclogcabin.org.

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