Cape May Republicans re-elect Donohue as chair

By unanimous acclamation, nearly 200 Cape May County Regular Republicans re-elected Chairman Mike Donohue and Vice Chair Kristine Gabor at the Old Historic Court House  

Donohue and Gabor will serve four-year terms in the newly organized CapeGOP. 

“It is an honor to serve as the Vice Chair of the CapeGOP,” said Gabor.  “There are so many good people from all around Cape May County working hard for Republican causes and candidates.  Looking around the crowd last night, I saw everyone from young people in their twenties to folks in their eighties, all enthusitic and excited about the new CapeGOP.”

Donohue added, “When we took over in 2010, we promised that we would open up the process.  We promised that we would have voting booths for the committee people to select their candidates and their Chair and Vice Chair.  We followed through on that and today we have a much stronger and energetic Republican organization as a result.  As I said last night, let the naysayers sit around in their sad little circle and say ‘nay.’  We say ‘yes.’  Yes to supporting candidates who believe in smaller government and lower taxes.  Yes to fighting this year to put Mitt Romney in the White House.  Yes to growing the Republican grassroots.  Yes to practicing the positive politics of addition and not the harsh and petty politics of subtraction.  I am so honored to be the Cape May County Republican Chairman and to have the support of Vice Chair Kris Gabor and all of the members of the CapeGOP.”

Cape May Republicans re-elect Donohue as chair