BOSTON, MA – The Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) has appointed Nathan Fatal of Amesbury, Massachusetts as its Massachusetts State Coordinator. Fatal will work on recruiting members and raising the organization’s profile in the state as it prepares to petition the national organization for recognition as an official state charter. Once chartered, the organization will hold elections for officer positions and board members.
A graduate of University of Massachusetts Amherst, Fatal currently serves as the Western Regional Director at Young Americans for Liberty in Washington DC. In 2014 he served as Deputy Field Director in Massachusetts’ Sixth Congressional District for the Massachusetts Republican Party. He currently divides his time between Massachusetts and Washington DC.
“Fatal brings a great combination of local, regional, and national experience to the table and has been an incredible asset and leader among liberty activists and Republicans in Massachusetts,” said RLC National Chairman Matt Nye. “We are incredibly pleased to have him on board and look forward to the energy and excitement he brings with him.”
Fatal stated he would like to help “redefine what it means to be a Massachusetts Republican by uniting the various pro-liberty organizations and factions of the Massachusetts GOP behind a unified front: it will advance liberty at the local, county, regional, and state level, and invigorate the party by attracting youthful energy, advancing fiscal responsibility, and embracing social tolerance.”
“It is a true honor to be appointed this role and to be able to work with people of principle from all over the country,” Fatal said. “I appreciate everything the RLC is doing to advance liberty in New England and Massachusetts is the next battleground.”
With a federal PAC and members across the country, the RLC is known for its vigorous support of liberty candidates and grassroots activism. Founded in 1991, it is the oldest continuously operating organization within the liberty Republican movement. The RLC will celebrate its 25th anniversary next year and will commemorate the occasion at its upcoming Biennial National Convention in Nashua, New Hampshire October 8th and October 11th.
RLCMA State Coordinator Nathan Fatal may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. RLC National Chairman Matthew D. Nye can be reached at email@example.com.