Welcome to MassYRs!

The Massachusetts Federation of Young Republicans ("MassYRs") is a membership-based organization that connects Republicans aged 18-40 and helps them get engaged in state politics. MassYRs is comprised of smart, positive young professionals who share the common goal of electing Republican candidates at the local, state, and national level.

Our members enjoy opportunities to meet Republicans in state government and civic leadership, a community of people who share similar principles, and a vehicle to get involved in state and local elections. We equip our members with fluency in contemporary issues, a top-tier political network, and electioneering skills so that each of us can make a difference and lead in our communities.

Learn more by signing up for our newsletter or coming to our next event.

MassYRs Mission

Our mission is to foster a youth movement that promotes the Republican Party as a viable alternative for the residents of Massachusetts. We provide new and current members with the political knowledge, community, and understanding of contemporary issues necessary to become more effective voters, campaign workers, and political candidates.


  • Upcoming events

    Wednesday, December 06, 2017 at 06:00 PM · $49.99 USD · 27 rsvps

    2017 Holiday Party

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    Join the Massachusetts Young Republicans for our annual holiday bash! A percentage of the proceeds will go to the Fisher House, an organization that provides military families housing close to a loved one during hospitalization for an illness, disease or injury.


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    Frost-Tarentino Bill

    My name is State Representative Paul Frost.  I serve in House Floor Leadership as the Assistant Republican Whip in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.  In the very early morning hours of Sunday, May 22, 2016, in my hometown of Auburn, MA on the very street I live on, Auburn Police Officer Ronald Tarentino, Jr. was shot and killed in the line of duty during a routine traffic stop.
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    Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Commission

    Continuing education and recertification is required in many professions.  It is an integral component to maintain effectiveness and currency.  Most states in the U.S. require peace officers to recertify and maintain standards; Massachusetts is not one of those states. In 2008, a recommendation was made to move Massachusetts towards a Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST) system.  The recommendation was presented by the Special Commission on Massachusetts Police Training established under Chapter 3 of the Resolves of 2008, and later endorsed by the Special Commission on Sheriffs established under Section 22 of Chapter 61 of the Acts of 2009.
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