Sussex County Delaware

Georgetown's Moore
Republican Chairman
Delaware Republican Party ...

Wins State Party's Top
Post by a Wide Margin

Georgetown attorney J. Everett Moore Jr. handily won the Delaware Republican Party's chairmanship in a landslide victory on Saturday, May 19, 2001.

Moore easily unseated incumbent chairman Basil R. Battaglia, Don Mell of Wilmington and Ralph Williams of Newark. Battaglia received 95 votes, while Williams and Mell received 18 and 13 votes, respectively.

Moore outlined a 100-day plan for the party that included a 14-point strategy.

Among the 14 points are investing heavily in technology, expanding the finance committee and instituting a system of audits, developing a strategy to rebuild a grass-roots effort, recruiting candidates for all legislative races in 2002, and recruiting candidates for the U.S. Senate races in 2002 and 2006.

Moore was the former chair of the Sussex County Republican Party and vice chair of the state Republican Party. He has also headed the DelTech-Owens campus' Educational Foundation Development Council and chaired Delaware Sportsmen Against Hunger.

Besides Moore, party delegates also elected John Matlusky of Greenville as vice chair, Diana Robertson of Hartly as secretary, and Tom Shopa of Wilmington as treasurer.

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