On Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020, delegates at the Livingston County Republican Party (LCRP) elected its executive committee members for 2021-2022 following the online county convention. The executive committee also voted to elect LCRP Officers for 2021-2022.
Meghan Reckling of Handy Township was re-elected to a second term as chair of the Livingston County Republican Party.
“I am extremely proud of LCRP’s accomplishments over the past two years, and our hard work paid off this November,” said Reckling. “Almost every Republican running in Livingston County won their election, as we defeated all the Democrats running for state and county level positions. Additionally, Republican candidates drastically increased their win margins up and down the ballot. In 2020, we saw the largest win margins for Livingston County Republicans in decades.
“While we have accomplished a great deal in the past two years, there is still so much more to do. I look forward to working with our elected officials, the executive committee, and the grassroots, as we work to keep Livingston County as Republican as ever, oust Gov. Whitmer, Dana Nessel, and, most importantly, Jocelyn Benson; as we ensure flipping the MI-8 Congressional District; and as we help more Republicans win school board seats.”
Joseph Riker of Brighton Township was re-elected to a second term as vice-chair of the Livingston County Republican Party.
Paul S. Funk of Oceola Township was elected secretary, replacing Mitchell Zajac who was elected Livingston County Commissioner for the 6th District and did not seek re-election.
Daniel Schifko of Brighton Township was re-elected to a third term as Treasurer of the Livingston County Republican Party.
Sarah Kaake of Handy Township was elected youth vice-chair, replacing Timothy Kandow who did not seek re-election. The youth vice-chair also serves as chair of the Livingston County Young Republicans.
LCRP Executive Committee Members:
Paul S. Funk
Lee Ann Blazejewski
To learn more about the Livingston County Republican Party or to become an official member, visit www.LivingstonRepublicans.com. To learn more about the Livingston County Young Republicans or to become an official member, visit www.livingstonrepublicans.com/young-republicans.