Public Relations

On November 6, 2023, Representative Jeff Hilovsky from the 4th District, spoke to the 41st Club regarding what he is introducing to the State Legislature to better improve the lives of Delawareans.  We are blessed to have such a strong advocate for our freedoms and know that Rep. Hilovsky will make an impact here in Delaware.



Sen. Hocker updates 41st

Rep Collins – standing up for us!



On Wednesday, Sept. 6th, 2023, the 41st Republican Club held its first fall meeting.  Our guest speaker was

Mr. Brandon Brice, Secretary of the DEGOP.  His talk on “Big Things, Have Very Small Beginnings:  Why

Education Reform is a Civil Rights Issue” was very informative and timely.  He was followed by legislative

updates from Senator Hocker and Representative Collins.








Rep. Collins addresses EV Town hall.

Town hall crowd filing in.  Over 400 people eventually attended this very important event.










On Monday, May 22, 2023, Representative Rich Collins, from the 41st District, presented a town hall meeting to over 400 concerned citizens regarding Governor Carney’s pending MANDATE to force everyone in the state to eventually drive electric vehicles.  Governor Carney has directed the Secretary of DNREC (Department of Natural Resouces and Environmental Control), a NON-ELECTED bureau of officials to implement his decree to copy California’s ZEV (Zero Emission Vehicles) MANDATE here in Delaware.  Citizens have until May 26th to voice their opinion, but the problem is that 90% of the population has no idea that this is happening.  The town hall was conducted to inform the citizens of Sussex County of what will happen if they do not speak up and demand that any policy of this magnitude should be decided by our elected officials and NOT by one person (Governor Carney).  Each member of the audience were given forms to fill out to both Governor Carney and DNREC to voice their opinion.  Representative Collins will be personally delivering all the letters to both the Governor and DNREC.  Representative Collins allowed members of the audience to come forward and give their opinion of the MANDATE.  If you value your freedom to make your own choices and not have them MANDATED, please voice your opinion at the link below BEFORE May 26th!


On Thursday, May 11th, 2023 the 5th annual Back the Blue Caravan honored 10 law enforcement agencies in Sussex County.  The weather could not have been better and with a strong turnout of 18 vehicles and many more participants, the Caravan delivered “Thank You” notes, cookies and snacks to the various departments as a token of our appreciation for the work they do EVERY DAY to serve the citizens of Sussex County.  Next year the Caravan will be expanding county-wide and volunteers are being sought to assist on both the Rt. 1 and Rt. 13 corridors.  Anyone interested should contact, Drew Sunderlin, Chairman/Back the Blue Caravan at

Millsboro Chief Brian Calloway, along with Officer Guevarez, pose with Drew Sunderlin/Chairman and participants of the Back the Blue Caravan





















The Caravan visited DSP Troop 4 and Probation and Parole


Grateful citizens thank our men and women in Blue.

Chairman Sunderlin addresses the men and women in Blue.



Dagsboro & Frankford was the next stop for the Caravan


We are so grateful for our local police departments.  I think they enjoyed the tokens of our appreciation!


Next stop, Selbyville! Officer Bunting poses with members of the Caravan


Some of the Caravan vehicles at Selbyville


Next stop, Fenwick Island and South Bethany. We are so proud of our men and women in Blue!!!


Bethany Beach and Ocean View Police Departments at our last stop. Our thanks to Susan Canfora from the Coastal Point for being there to cover our event.


God Bless our Men and Women in Blue!

Lt. Moyer/Millsboro Police addresses the 38th and 41st Clubs


Portion of combined Clubs during the Q&A period


On Monday, May 1, 2023, Lt. David Moyer of the Millsboro Police Department presented current community information to the joint meeting of the 38th and 41st District Republican Clubs.  Lt. Moyer was to be accompanied by Chief Ken McLaughlin of Ocean View, but circumstances arose which precluded Chief McLaughlin from participating.  Lt. Moyer did an OUTSTANDING job of filling in for Chief McLaughlin’s portion of the presentation and was able to handle various questions during the Q&A period.  He received a STANDING OVATION.  We are all so grateful that officers, like Lt. Moyer, serve and protect We the People, everyday!


Young Republican Ben Parsons addressing the 41st Club

Young Republican Mallory Justice enlightens the audience



Two terrific young Republicans with 41st president, Drew Sunderlin


Proud parents of these outstanding young Republicans
















Dr. Michael Bellerose, candidate for District 2, Indian River School Board


On Monday, March 3, 2023, the 41st Republican Club was treated to hearing two outstanding young Republicans speak on what is REALLY happening in our high schools.  To say that the information they conveyed was “eye opening” is an understatement.  Both of these fine young people have bright and promising futures in front of them.  Kudos to their parents for raising such fine citizens of Sussex County.  Their presentations were followed by Dr. Michael Bellerose  who is running for the Indian River School Board in District 2.  His platform was well received and the 41st Republican Club will do everything they can to help promote his candidacy.


Representative Collins addresses 41st Club

41st Club and guests listening to Rep. Collins




On Monday, February 6, 2023, Representative Rich Collins (41st District) was our guest speaker.  Representative Collins presented an outstanding synopsis of what Governor Carney and DNREC plans to impose on the citizens of Delaware with their proposed mandate on Electric Vehicles (EV’s) starting in model year 2026.  Many of the attendees had no idea how much power DNREC, an un-elected body, wields in our state.  Given the constant “State of Emergency” that Governor Carney has renewed (now 19 months in a row), the state legislature has NO input to stop this abuse of power.  Governor Carney can and is mandating regulations by executive order without our duly elected officials ability to represent the people who elected them.  The only recourse the public has is to send letters, emails and make phone calls to the governor to let him know how his actions are unconstitutional and will SEVERELY disenfranchise the poor and middle class.


Small group discussions of current issues both statewide and local

Small group discussions hosted by: DEGOP Chair Brady, Sussex Chair Marilyn Booker, Senator Hocker, Senator Richardson, County Councilman Doug Hudson and Register of Wills, Greg Fuller

On Wednesday, January 4, 2023, the 41st District Republican Club held their first meeting of the new year.  The format for the evening was informal with small group discussions with each of 6 local and state leaders.  Pizza and beverages were served and the club members really liked the format.

WREATHES ACROSS AMERICA Delaware Veterans Cemetery 12/17/22

The Folding of the Flag

The Laying of the Wreaths For Each Branch of Service

Just Some of the Crowd of Over 500 People

Volunteers Laying Wreaths in Honor of Those Have Fallen

On a cold, but beautiful day, over 500 people from around Sussex County came out to lay wreaths and say, “Thank You” to all our veterans who gave their lives in defense of our freedoms.  The ceremony was very moving and many a tear was shed.  Thank you to the members of the 41st District Republican Club for coming out and participating in this wonderful event.

Gordon Bowers, ABI Security Group addresses the 41st Club

On Monday, December 5th, 2022, Gordon Bowers, owner of ABI Security Group addressed the 41st Club on home safety.  As a former detective with the DSP, Mr. Bowers is uniquely qualified to assess and address your home’s security concerns.  His presentation was extremely well received and the education the Club received was invaluable.

41st VP, Jennifer Quinn pictured with our September speaker, Alexandra Reed Baker


On Wednesday night, September 7th, the 41st District Republican Club & PAC held their monthly meeting at the Indian River Senior Center in Millsboro.  Our guest speaker was Alexandra Reed Baker, primary Republican candidate for Recorder of Deeds in Sussex County.  Alexandra is one of our young Republicans who has stepped up to run for elected office and we applaud her.  Best of luck, Alexandra, in the primary on Tuesday, September 13th!



41st District Republican Club & PAC

P.O. Box 998

Millsboro, DE  19966


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