Mary Pat Featherstone was re-elected to the Marin Republican Central Committee in November 2006, representing the 1st District, San Rafael and Terra Linda. She was previously elected to the Committee in 2000, 2002, and 2004, and is serving her fourth term. She currently serves on the Precincts and Lincoln Day Dinner Committees, helping to organize the Committee's yearly fundraisers, such as the annual Lincoln Day Dinner, Christmas/Holiday Party, and other events benefiting the Committee. Mary Pat attended North Texas University, Denton, Texas. She served as Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director of the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, Pa., and has worked at Bechtel Corporation in San Francisco.
She and her husband moved to Palo Alto in 1960 where she volunteered for the Young Republicans for 10 years. She is a past President of North Bay chapters of Children's Home Society; past-Vice-President of Novato Republican Women, Federated, for 2 years; and is currently co-Chairman of NRWF for Voter Registration. She was voted Woman of the Year 2002 for the NRWF. She and her husband, John, have lived in Marin for 33 years; she has a grown son who lives in Southern California, and two grandchildren.
Mary Pat's vision for the Marin Republican Party: to see the registration of 10,000 new Republicans in Marin; to work for Republican candidates in Marin County, the CA State Assembly, the CA State Senate, and the US Congress; and to insure that Republicans replace Jared Huffman, Barbara Boxer, Lynn Woolsey, and Dianne Feinstein. Her primary objective was the successful re-election of her fellow Texan, George W. Bush, in 2004.
Helen Gregory was appointed to the Central Committee in 2009 and won relection in 2010 and 2012.
Jack has been a licensed California Real Estate Broker for over 25 years, specializing in commercial real estate. He served as 2002 President of the Marin Association of REALTORS® and has functioned as a director of the California Association of Realtors. He is a part-time instructor for Kaplan Professional Schools, qualified to teach all phases of real estate in CA. Jack writes a regular real estate blog for the Marin Independent Journal and continues to co-chair and chair many MAR committees. Raised in San Francisco, Jack has lived in Marin County since 1976. He graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in marketing.
Jack’s vision for the Marin Republican Party: “To increase Republican registration in Marin by 10% over the next year, working with active and energetic members dedicated to achieving this goal. To help the citizens of Marin recognize that there is a distinct difference between being a Citizen and being a Subject. I bring over forty years of involvement in the Republican Party, along with rich life experiences and abilities, to what I believe is a most worthy cause: preserving the Idea of the United States of America.”
George Buckle was appointed to the Marin County Republican Party Central Committee in 2007 and serves on the Communications Committee. George saw Ike live in Anchorage, Alaska, when Alaska was still a Territory. He voted for Nixon the first time he could vote, at 21.George has been noted as being right of Reagan yet still compassionate. George is a Marin County native growing up in Mill Valley and has lived in San Anselmo the last 38 years. He graduated from Marin Catholic High School in 1957 followed by a short stint in the Marin Corps. He then went to College of Marin and then got his BS from Healds Engineering College. George’s career ended after 39 years working for the County of Marin in Public Works as a civil engineer. During this time he got some political experience starting as a campaign manager and treasurer for 3 successful campaigns. This involvement lead to his 1976 appointment to the San Anselmo Planning Commission. This political momentum resulted in his election to the San Anselmo City Council including one year as mayor. During this 20 year period he was appointed to many committees ending with 12 years as a Director on the Ross Valley Sanitary District, an elected office. Some how he and his wife raised 3 great children during this same period and are also devote Conservatives. George’s vision is to convince the majority of people to agree with him in his conservative principals. This of course would result I most of the to vote for Conservative Republican and bring our Country to its Constitutional roots.
Morgan Kelley was elected Regional Vice Chair for the Bay Area of the California Republican Party in February 2009. She is serving her fourth term on the Marin County Republican Central Committee representing the 2nd District--Ross, Kentfield, Fairfax, San Anselmo, Greenbrae, and South San Rafael. She was previously elected to the Committee in 2000, 2002, 2004, and November 2006. Morgan is the most recent past chairman of the Committee and chairs the Lincoln Day Dinner committee.
After graduating from California State University-Fullerton, Morgan worked in technical sales, and sales management for National Semi-Conductor, Honeywell, G.E. and Lightolier. She now works in property management. Morgan has been a Republican "Grass Roots" volunteer since she was a teenager in Kansas working for Bob Dole's Senatorial Campaign; and was active as a College Republican. She served 2 years as President of the Novato Republican Women, Federated; was named Woman of the Year 2001 for NRWF; and was Ways and Means Chair for California Federation of Republican Women, Northern Division. She also served as Region XI Director for CFRW covering Marin, Sonoma, Lake, and Napa Federation Clubs with over 600 members.
She moved from Orange County in 1993; is the mother of one daughter, a stepson and a stepdaughter, and one grandchild, Michaela. She resides in Greenbrae with her husband, Rich Barfus.
Morgan’s vision for the MRP: I see a revitalized Marin Republican Party where all are welcome. My goals were and are to gain credibility at the local, state, and national levels, working with members and leaders from each area of Marin with strong business skills. We will develop a strong communication program to inform Marin Republicans about candidates, events, and legislation that will impact us as individuals, as a county, state and nation. We need to identify and train a base of candidates for every office in this county, and support these candidates in eventually running for higher offices. We will need to raise funds from individuals and corporations to support local activities and local candidates through a strong business plan. I see us having a lot of fun reaching our goals. Please come join us!
Kevin Krick began his association with the Marin Republican Central Committee as an appointee in 2007. In June of 2008, he was elected to a two year term which began in January of 2009. At that time he was elected to the position of Vice-Chairman. In July of 2010 he took over as chair of the party. Kevin’s background is in the maritime industry, both afloat and ashore. A graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy, he holds both deck and engineering officer licenses and sailed in the U.S. Merchant Marine for six years. After coming ashore to obtain a graduate degree from the University of Delaware’s College of Marine Studies, he worked for a maritime trade association in Philadelphia. He then combined his maritime and political interests and was appointed by President George W. Bush as the Special Assistant to the Administrator for the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) in the Department of Transportation. Promoted to the Senior Advisor for Maritime Policy, another Presidential appointed position, Krick provided both policy guidance and leadership to MARAD. Following his time in DC, his new job in port security and labor relations relocated to him to Marin County. Now he works for a global shipping company overseeing their environmental affairs.
Kevin is an officer in the Navy Reserve and a member of the Advisory Board of the North American Maritime Ministry Association; a volunteer Christian non-profit network serving seafarers in the ports of North America. He is also a board member with the North American Marine Environment Protection Association and the Chapel of Four Chaplains. Closer to home, he serves the youth of his community as Cubmaster of the local Cub Scout Pack.
He and his wife Natasha currently live in Fairfax, CA with their two sons.
Karen is currently serving as Vice Chair of the Marin County Republican Central Committee while also holding the positions of Finance Committee Chair and Venues and Event Coordination Chair for the past two years; and serving as Co-chair of the Mitt Romney for President 2012 in Marin. Karen has also served the Novato Republican Women’s Federated as 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, and Secretary. She was a candidate for public office in San Anselmo in 2010.
In 2011, Karen launched the Vanguard Speakers Series, whereby, she has hosted such guests as the late Andrew Brietbart to the most recent, John Stossel.
Karen has been a resident of Marin County for over 30 years and is a small business owner. She resides in Sleepy Hollow and is the proud parent of a daughter, Gabrielle, who is currently Vice President of the Baltimore Ravens Football Team; and more proudly, the grandmother of two grandbabies.
Sashi McEntee ran for State Senate in 2008 and was Ex-officio until this year. She was appointed to her seat in District 3 at the beginning of 2013.
Catherine Bragg was elected to the committee for the 2011-2012 session and appointed in June 2010 to fill a vacancy in District 4.
Roland Underhill was elected to the committee in 2010 in District 5. District boundary changes placed him in District 4, where he was re-elected for the 2013-2016 session.
Victor Aguila was elected to the MRP Central Committee in November 2006, representing District 5, Novato. Beginning January 2006, as an appointed Alternate on the Central Committee, Victor chaired the New Citizens Committee for the Marin Republican Party. As an elected member for 2007, he will continue as Chairman of this committee. Along with San Francisco's GOP, his committee meets and greets our newest citizens after the Citizenship ceremony at the Nob Hill Masonic Center in SF, twice monthly. The New Citizens Committee provides Voter Registration forms for those who wish to register as Republicans, hands out literature, and answers any questions our new citizens may have. Victor also serves on the Precincts and Registration Committee.
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Gregory Allen was appointed to the ex-officio seat as a result of the 2010 redistricitng that saw Marin go without a State Senator until the 2014 elections.
Peter Mancus was the candidate for State Assembly in 2012 in the new AD 10.
Dan Roberts was the candidate for U.S. Congress District 2 in the 2012 Primary Election.