"Despite our soul-crushing losses in the recent election, I think we had one big win: we launched a mechanism for people to report REAL TIME inconsistencies, issues, and observations at the polls. I want to give props to the Republican Party and especially to the effort Kathy Lynch made to organize volunteers to work the polls. The training sessions for poll observers that Kathy conducted via zoom, and the Election Observer Guide she created made me feel empowered. I served as a poll observer at Precinct 8 in Lowell. When the Warden attempted to obstruct my right to observe from 6 feet away, I immediately logged it as an issue and Kathy got back to me with information on how to address it immediately. If it wasn't for Kathy's encouragement and guidance, I would not have signed up, and I'm so glad I did. I hope that we can rally disgruntled Republicans to TAKE ACTION to stop the corruption and work together to grow a grassroots effort to combat election fraud. "
– Alex Gonzalez, Election Observer, Westford RTC member
Election Integrity & Heath Freedom
"The Massachusetts Republican State Committee ultimately unified and unanimously passed several resolutions that further delineated the Republican position from the state Democrats. Two resolutions were passed opposing mail in voting and endorsing voter identification as a public policy. First Middlesex District State Committee Representative Kathy Lynch took a prominent leadership position in both of these efforts as she heads the committee for Election Integrity. Lynch also spearheaded a resolution that called for mask mandates to be voluntary. This was in response to the erratic edicts issued by many progressive public officials, which in many cases were not supported by science and which seemed more intent on forcing conformity than protecting health."
– Dennis Galvin, Republican State Committeeman
No on Ranked Choice Voting
"The voters of Massachusetts delivered a resounding victory to the No on 2 Committee on Tuesday, rejecting an incredibly well-funded effort to forever change how people are elected to office in Massachusetts. Ranked Choice Voting would have ensured that the Democrats win even more elections and that entrenched power stays put. That's why people like Ed Markey and Bill Galvin--who have been in office since the 1970s--both pushed hard for it. RCV was the darling of the progressives, as evidenced by the support it had from the likes of Ayanna Pressley, Elizabeth Warren, Maura Healey, and Deval Patrick. But we beat it back. As you've probably seen, we spent less than a penny for each vote we won, while the other side spent $7.41 for each of theirs. This is proof that people of good will and common sense, who care more about their state than they do about power, can influence elections in the face of enormous odds. I also want to point out that it was one of your colleagues on the State Committee, Kathy Lynch, who took on this fight from the very beginning. She is a tireless advocate for fair elections."
– Anthony Amore, Colleague on the No on 2 Ballot Committee
"I reached out to Kathy via email and she responded back immediately. I signed up for her mailing list and was very impressed with her determination to fight the unjustified mandates that were an attack on our personal freedoms and Constitutional rights. Her emails kept me hopeful that we had public officials that truly were on our side and were fighting for our freedoms. Our community is so fortunate to have Kathy, who works tirelessly to stand up for the Constitution and our God given rights!"
– Alicia Lankowski, fellow activist Mom
Health Freedom & Illegal Immigration
"Reformers such as committee representatives Kathy Lynch and Dennis Galvin, have made it possible for me to feel like I can actually make a difference and be heard. These past two years made me realize how important local / state politics really are – between COVID lockdowns and mandates, sanctuary cities, illegal immigration, and the overreach of state government. These became very real to me and my family. It has affected my husband’s business, invasion of my medical choices and privacy, my family members’ ability to work, attend school, and even affected my right to worship – all here in Massachusetts. Unfortunately, I don’t think the fight will improve but worsen as the message of reasonable government and liberty are put forward, as we saw in the GOP headquarters last week and the ongoing divisive split in the state party seen at the January state committee meeting. However, I am encouraged by this because I think there are lots of people like me who are tired of the repetitive do-nothing policies and corrupt politicians, and we are motivated more than ever to be engaged in our state."
– Ellen Paxton, Groton stay-at-home Mom
"Last weekend there was a great group of people that showed up for the Pepperell "Let's Go Brandon" standout organized by our State Committeewoman/Westford RTC. The honks and enthusiastic support was consistent for 2 hours!!!!! I would like to especially thank Kathleen Lynch our State Committeewoman as well as Dennis Galvin our State Committeeman for being so supportive of the Pepperell community! They have not only encouraged and educated us on different ways to become involved with our local communities, they have led the way as leaders do! Their time and guidance is much appreciated!"
– Gabrielle LeBlanc-Winch. Secretary, Pepperell RTC
Defending Our Constitution
"Kathy is a very committed public advocate and gives tirelessly of her time and expertise to make MA a better place to live, work and raise a family!
Please spread the word that we have a real champion of our Constitution, Bill of Rights and all things that define the American experience of freedom, law and order, civility, and the the love of our beautiful Republic, encompassing our shared responsibility to keep it in tact for our children. Thank you Kathy! "
– Laurie Schmalz, retired nurse, MAFA member
"The Town of Westford in Middlesex County has voted, narrowly, to retain the Columbus Day holiday. At a Town Meeting on October 18th, citizens voted 111 to 108 to defeat a proposal to replace Columbus Day with so-called Indigenous Peoples Day. Congratulations to Republican State Committeewoman Kathy Lynch, whose courageous speech defending the Italian Catholic hero was a decisive factor in the victory for sanity and patriotism."
– C.J. Doyle, Catholic Action League
"Kathy, on behalf of the Pirandello Lyceum, thank you for your efforts in helping to thwart the sacking of Columbus Day in Westford, Mass. Ginny Gardner mentioned to me that your courage and leadership were pivotal. The Pirandello Lyceum is a small Italian-American cultural organization based in Boston. We have about 200 members who take Italian culture and loyalty to America and its values very seriously. It was heartening to hear that you also stand for maintaining America's history and its values. The Pirandello Lyceum is an affiliate of the now over 4000 strong Italian American Alliance (IAA). I sit on its Board. Again, thank you for helping us preserve the ideas and ideals of Italian heritage in America. They are, in fact, one and the same: God, Family, Country. God Bless America."
– Domenic Amara, PH.D., Pirandello Lyceum, IAA