Thank you for throwing your hat in the ring in 2017!
Candidate Filing week is May 15 – 19, 2017, and it will be here before you know it! We also have an early primary this year on August 1st. NOW is the time to get things rolling if you are running for an office
Dates to know
Candidate filing week: May 15 – 19, 2017
August 1, 2017 – Primary Election
November 7, 2017 – General Election
Information to know
If you want to discuss your options, have questions about the process or wonder what Republican Party resources might be available to candidates who share our values, now is the time to contact the Pierce County Republican Party. Start off your campaign right!
• Contact the Pierce County Republican Party at or 253-722-5353.
PCRP endorses candidates for partisan and non-partisan offices, providing access to certain resources for their campaigns.
To request an endorsement from the Pierce County Republican Party for your candidacy, please download and complete the three-part questionnaire that is linked in the box below and return it to the address indicated. Our Candidates Committee will review your application and schedule an interview if necessary to determine whether to recommend that the PCRP central committee endorse your candidacy.
2017 Candidate information and forms to submit
— To request endorsement from the Pierce County Republican Party via the following 2 options.
#1 Download the Candidate Questionnaire to fill out and submit
#2 Download the Candidate Questionnaire print version to fill out by hand to submit by scanned email attachment or by mailing it to headquarters
(mailing address is on the questionnaire)
— Make sure that we have your campaign information!
Please submit your Candidate Profile information
(Website Candidate Profiles will be created for candidates upon request after being endorsed)
Thank you for the endorsement packages that you have submitted and that we have received. We are compiling them as they come in. Please note: The endorsement process will be over the course of the election. Circumstances such as more than one Republican running for the same office will take longer as voters determine in the August primary who will go on to November.