The Massachusetts Republican Party is committed to building a freer, stronger, and more prosperous Commonwealth for everyone. By promoting our conservative values of limited government, free enterprise, and strong communities, we can make Massachusetts a better place to live, work, start a business, and raise a family.
From Senator Charles Sumner's crusade against slavery, to Senator Edward Brooke's election as the first African American popularly elected to the US Senate, our Party has led the fight for a more free and fair society.
And from Governor William Weld to Governor Mitt Romney, to Senator Scott Brown, our leaders have stood up for taxpayers to deliver balanced, accountable government.
Today, under the leadership of Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, the Massachusetts Republican Party continues to apply these principles to the problems of our day, to deliver commonsense solutions for the people of the Commonwealth. Their reform-minded leadership is delivering a prosperous economy, a strengthened education system, and safe, thriving communities. And it is challenging the tax-and-spend status quo on Beacon Hill, making state government more accountable to the people it serves.
We believe that free enterprise, low taxes, and fewer regulations are the best ways to grow our economy in order to create good, high-paying jobs across Massachusetts.
We believe that our world-class education system is one of our state's strongest assets, and that we must offer families more educational choices in order to increase opportunity for all.
We believe that local government is the most accountable and closest to the people, and that communities should have the freedom to make decisions about what is best for their residents.
We believe in an accountable government that respects taxpayers by measuring success not simply by how much money is spent on a problem, but by real results.
The MassGOP is dedicated to building our Party in every corner of the Commonwealth by supporting and investing in the grassroots.