continued “Unless you’ve done it before, you have no idea. It’s tough and takes a lot of energy,” said Di Maggio, who made an unsuccessful run at the Bethlehem Town Board in 2009.
Di Maggio feels the GOP can play a vital role in helping to solve the town’s problems.
“In the end this is about public serve,” he said. “The Republican Party is here for one reason and that is to elect Republicans, not to debate society.”
The first Bethlehem Republican Committee meeting of the year will be held on Saturday, Jan. 21 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the American Legion Post. The meeting is open to the public and new members are welcome.