Collier County Republicans endorse Timothy Moshier for Collier County School Board – District 5

Naples, Florida-
The Collier County Republican Executive Committee (CCREC) endorsed Timothy Moshier for District 5 school board at their May 2 meeting at VFW Post 7721 in Naples. The endorsement vote followed a three-month-long evaluation (including questionnaires and interviews) of the four Republican candidates in that race.
“With more than three decades of experience in logistics and transportation, Republicans can depend on Tim to ‘deliver’ on his promise that Collier County schools will teach what matters,” said Collier County GOP chairman Frank Schwerin. “More importantly, Timothy Moshier will be a welcome replacement for the current District 5 school board member who has voted to support Superintendent Patton on virtually every important issue for many years. It is time for a change.”
After his endorsement, Mr. Moshier issued the following statement: “I am not only humbled by the endorsement of the CCREC, but honored for this opportunity! Our Collier County children and grandchildren are our most precious asset! I pledge to bring them the right education, whether they excel in academics or shine in vocational endeavors.”
  The 240 members of the CCREC, who are elected by Republican voters in their respective precincts, represent the 126,000 Republican voters in Collier County with respect to Republican Party matters.

Collier County Republicans endorse Jerry D. Rutherford for Collier County School Board – District 1

Naples, Florida-
The Collier County Republican Executive Committee (CCREC) endorsed Jerry D. Rutherford for District 1 school board at their May 2 meeting at VFW Post 7721 in Naples. The endorsement vote followed a three-month-long evaluation (including questionnaires and interviews) of the three Republican candidates in that race.
“Jerry has earned our support because of his years of experience defending classical and traditional values in our schools as a concerned citizen at school board meetings,” said Collier GOP chairman Frank Schwerin. “He is an entrepreneurial businessman and Air Force veteran who has also served as a substitute teacher. We can count on Jerry to take a firm stand against the leftist indoctrination forced on our children by powerful interests from outside our great state of Florida.”
  After his endorsement, Mr. Rutherford issued the following statement: “My sincere thanks to all who voted to endorse me for Collier County School District 1. It is a very humbling experience. I pray that I will live up to the expectations of all who are placing their confidence in my abilities. Having the endorsement of the CCREC as well as Alfie Oakes is truly a blessing.”
  The 240 members of the CCREC, who are elected by Republican voters in their respective precincts, represent the 126,000 Republican voters in Collier County with respect to Republican Party matters.

Collier County Republicans endorse Kelly Lichter for Collier County School Board – District 3.

Naples, Florida
The Collier County Republican Executive Committee (CCREC) endorsed Kelly Lichter for District 3 school board at their May 2 meeting at VFW Post 7721 in Naples. The endorsement vote followed a three-month-long evaluation (including questionnaires and interviews) of the three Republican candidates in that race.
“Kelly is a proven educational leader who has earned our endorsement because she supports Republican values,” said Collier GOP chairman Frank Schwerin. “She has the experience and tenacity to advocate for parental rights (including school choice) and defend our young students from leftist and Marxist political indoctrination.”
Kelly Lichter issued the following statement after her endorsement:
“I am grateful to the Republican Party for endorsing me for school board district 3! I am very encouraged by the incredible support for my campaign! I know my vision and track record are giving voters the confidence that I have the courage, commitment and credibility to transform our schools and correct the course of public education in Collier County.”
The 240 members of the CCREC, who are elected by Republican voters in their respective precincts, represent the 126,000 Republican voters in Collier County with respect to Republican Party matters.