The Bradford County Republican Committee
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The Bradford County Republican Committee strives to elect qualified Republican candidates to all levels of federal, state and local office, and to share Republican principles, values and beliefs to the general public. The strength of our nation lies with the individual and each person’s dignity and freedom; equal rights; free enterprise and encouraging individual initiative. The most effective, responsible and responsive government is government closest to the people. The Republican Party is the best way to translate these ideals into successful principles of government. 
 We are working for the people of Bradford County.
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DAVID WILMOT 1814-1868
This Website is Paid for by the Bradford County Republican Committee (c) 2012
The David Wilmot Club.
The David Wilmot Club is open for membership to families that contribute $100 annually. The club was established to assist candidates locally. The funds from this club will not be used to assist the Republican National or State Committees. In the past, the David Wilmot Club has funded the County Republican campaign headquarters in Towanda and has assisted in purchasing signs for local candidates.
Please make checks payable to The David Wilmot Club and forward them to Buddy Crockett, Treasurer, 918 W. Lockhart Street, Sayre, PA 18840. You may also pay the annual dues in 4 installments, or you may wish to make a contribution to the club in a smaller amount to offer your support. Thank you for any contribution you can make!
Get involved. Become a member. Be Republican Proud.

The Bradford County Republican Committees Grassroots Headquarters is now open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-4! Located on Main Street in Towanda next to C&G Wilcox in the old Tama Shoe Store. Hours will expand as we get closer to the election, stay tuned!
The 5th Annual Bradford County Republican Committee Essay Contest
"What can you do to make the world a better place?"

An essay contest for all Bradford County students between 4th and 12th grade. 
Did we mention cash prizes?