Convention – April 9th
Republican Party Convention in Pasco May 19 – 21
in Cleveland, Ohio
2016 Republican Precinct Caucuses Saturday, February 20th
Citizen participation is required if we are going to make things right in our Country, our State and our County. Will you help? Start by attending the 2016 caucus.
This Year is one of the most important elections in our lifetime that could go down in history!
Join the process by participating in the caucuses, Saturday, February 20th. This is the start of choosing delegates for upcoming conventions and first opportunity to register your support for a particular presidential candidate.
Below is important information and details for participation:
The Pierce County Republican Party will hold “pooled caucuses” centrally located within legislative districts to maximize attendance and reduce confusion over where each precinct meeting is located.
All precincts in the 2nd, 25th, 26th, 27th, 29th, 30th and 31st Legislative Districts will caucus in common locations. The 28th Legislative District will divide into four locations, respectively. Locations for all of Pierce County’s GOP precinct caucuses are shown below, with links to maps and contact information for each gathering.
Day of the Caucuses schedule:
Check in, voter ID, precinct locator – 8:00 am (times may vary)
Pooled Caucuses Start — 10:00 am
Voting at All Precinct Caucuses – Shall begin no earlier than 10:30 am nor later than 11:30 am
According to state GOP rules, any registered voter of the precinct in which a caucus is being conducted may participate — but must be willing to sign the registration form stating that he/she considers him/herself to be a Republican and has not participated and will not participate in the 2016 caucus or convention systems of any other party. Attendees are advised to bring proof of voter registration, and personal identification such as a driver’s license.
At the caucuses, Republican voters will be asked to elect precinct delegates to the County Convention (April 9th) and provide platform priorities for the Platform Committee to guide them in their writing of the Pierce County Platform. As you elect from one to six delegates (and alternates) to the PC Convention you will be asked to provide your CURRENT presidential preference. That information is disseminated among precinct voters for their consideration in choosing Convention Delegates and Alternates.