ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland Republican Party is please to announce the launch of the Asian American Coalition and Coalition Chairman Sastry Dhara. According to Maryland Republican Party Chairman Alex X. Mooney, the new coalition is an essential component to MDGOP’s long term political success and expanding the party’s base throughout the community.
“I’m thrilled to launch the Maryland Republican Party’s Asian American Coalition – one of many revamped initiatives geared at expanding MDGOP’s base,” Mooney said. “Under Sastry’s leadership I’m fully confident our message of fiscal responsibility and personal accountability will gain more traction within the Asian American community.”
The Asian American Coalition is just one of many new coalitions set to be rolled out by the Maryland Republican Party. From our African American Coalition to Small Business Coalitions, the Maryland GOP is committed to expanding our community outreach to build a broad coalition to elect leaders dedicated to putting our economy back on track and Marylanders back to work.
The Asian American Coalition will be lead by Montgomery County businessman and community leader, Sastry Dhara. Mr. Dhara has been an active Republican, serving as the President of the Republican Indian Committee’s Maryland Chapter while playing an active role in Governor Bob Ehrlich’s 2010 campaign. Mr. Dhara’s experience as senior information technology executive, with a proven track record of solid leadership for industries from healthcare to finance, makes him uniquely qualified to build and lead a strong coalition.
“As a member of the Asian American community I know the Republican message of less government, personal accountability, and fiscal responsibility resonates strongly throughout the community,” said Dhara. “I look forward to expanding on the Maryland GOP’s 2010 victories by building a stronger coalition throughout my community, so we can elect more Republicans in 2012 and 2014 and get Maryland back on track.”