Collier Republicans call for the removal of Representative Liz Cheney from the House Republican Conference Chair

Monday, February 1, 2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NAPLES, FLORIDA – The Collier County Republican Executive Committee (CCREC) passed a resolution tonight calling for “Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives to remove Representative Liz Cheney from her position as House Republican Conference Chair” because she “betrayed her obligations to the Republican Party” by voting to impeach President Trump. The CCREC subsequently voted to require their chairman, Frank Schwerin, to notify Congressman Byron Donalds and Congressman Mario-Diaz Balart, both representing voters in Collier County, of the passage of the resolution.

The CCREC is comprised of over 200 citizens who were elected in each their precincts to represent more than 121,000 Republican voters in Collier County with Respect to Republican Party matters.

Resolution for Removal of Liz Cheney

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  1. Richard Hoffman
    Richard Hoffman says:

    Hi Frank: Thanks for the update.
    My concern has always been that as a County organization, we do not spend enough time or effort on issues that directly impact us as Collier County voters.
    Speaking for myself, I am not that interested in hearing about Governor Cuomo’s (NY) faults, or the whereabouts of Hunter Biden, or asking our elected officials to spend their time on Liz Chaney (WY), when there are local issues that needs their attention. Our efforts should be to make Collier County a better place to live and work in and to keep members informed of decisions made by local government agencies.
    With that in mind why don’t we, as Republicans, sponsor a day at a food bank. Other companies and organizations may soon follow, and before you know it “were all in this together.”
    Or let us know if Collier County has any plans for workforce (low income) housing. How about highlighting for us provisions in the Collier County School System curriculum that we believe is not necessary.
    While not a local issue, it would be helpful if we knew who among Collier County Republicans participated in the “peaceful” march on our Capitol.
    Again, can we keep our efforts local?

    P.S. You have my permission to edit this letter, as you see fit.

    Richard Hoffman

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    • Ann Garry
      Ann Garry says:

      I agree with Richard. Not every republican is on board with what is going on in DC or has any tendency to tolerate the actions of the lesser of the party. Tonight, I see on the local news that we have Roger Stone in town and a surprise guest for a fundraiser. I see no reason for CCR to pander to these folks that have rolled into town to peddle rubbish.

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