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     Get Involved Today!
    Welcome to the LCRC! - Click to Meet your Republican Candidates
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     The LCRC Membership - Working Hard for Lebanon County Values
    Meet the Members of the Lebanon County Republican Committee
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     Republicans Maintain Majority in Harrisburg!
    Meet Your Republican State Legislators
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    Contact us today to help elect good Republicans to public office!
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    Meet the Republicans Working for You in Washington, DC
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    Service to Lebanon County

Thank you for visiting the official online home of the Lebanon County Republican Committee.

The mission of the LCRC is to promote the principles of the Republican Party in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. We support principled Republican candidates at all levels of government – from township supervisor to President of the United States.

Pat Braden
Pat Braden

The Republican Party is mobilizing for the 2014 elections.  The new year has presented us with new challenges.  Some incumbents have chosen to retire – Jim Gerlach in the 6th Congressional District and RoseMarie Swanger in the 102 Assembly District.  The upcoming May 20 primary election will provide an opportunity for the voters to choose new candidates for these positions. We are proud of the excellent service provided by Congressman Jim Gerlach and Rep. RoseMarie Swanger and they will be difficult to replace. Pennsylvania General Assembly consists of Senatorial 48 District, and representatives from the districts of 101, 102, and 104 will be on the ballot. There are three State Committee seats up for election as well as all LCRC Committee seats. Reorganization will occur after the spring election.

We continue to build the party for the reelection of Governor Corbett, Lieutenant Governor Cawley, Congressional Districts 6  & 15, and the Lebanon Legislative team, as well as looking forward to 2016.

Please consider joining our team, and be sure to add this website to your bookmarks or favorites so you can continue to get the latest news and updates about the LCRC’s efforts to elect quality individuals who value our Republican principles. Thanks for stopping by!

Pat Braden
LCRC Chair

Lebanon County Republican Committee