April President’s Message – We Must Do Better

Russell Tuff President

I want to address a pressing concern that has been weighing heavily on our minds: the disappointing voter turnout in the recent presidential primary. It’s no secret that our community’s engagement in the democratic process fell short of our expectations. However, let us not dwell on past shortcomings, but instead, let us focus on the opportunities that lie ahead.

The upcoming primary election and general election are critical moments for our party and our nation. The decisions made during these elections will shape the course of our future and determine the direction our country will take. But to ensure that our voices are heard and our values upheld, we must rise to the occasion and actively participate in the electoral process.

The low voter turnout in the previous primary is a wake-up call for us all. It highlights the importance of civic engagement and the need for us to take ownership of our democracy. We cannot afford to sit idly by and allow others to dictate the fate of our nation. Each and every one of us has a responsibility to exercise our right to vote and to encourage others to do the same.

So, let us redouble our efforts in the days and weeks leading up to the primary election and the general election. We will continue to reach out to our fellow citizens, educate them about the candidates and issues at stake, and inspire them to cast their ballots.

We all don’t have to agree on a specific candidate, but we do need to go out and vote to ensure a robust and inclusive electoral process.

Together, we have the power to make a difference. Together, we can uphold the principles that have made our country great. Together, we can ensure a brighter future for ourselves and for generations to come.

Thank you for your dedication to our party and our country. Let us go forth with determination and resolve, knowing that our efforts today will shape the tomorrow we envision.


Russell Tuff

President, The Right Men’s Club

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