The Republican Party in Washtenaw starts with you - the voter. Your turnout in every election - local, state or national - means everything for our candidates and our ideals.
Next comes the Precinct Delegate. A Precinct Delegate represents the Republicans in their voting precinct. With the help of the county party, precinct delegates keep in touch with their neighbors in their precinct. Then 4 times each two-year cycle, precinct delegates gather at County Conventions to elect the county executive committee, and elect delegates to 3 state conventions that pick candidates for the fall even year elections, the officers of the state party and the National Committeeman and Committee Woman from Michigan. Precinct Delegates get preference over non delegates in filling state delegations. Precinct Delegates also can run for seats on the county executive committee and their congressional district republican committee. A lucky few are elected as delegates every 4 years to the Republican National Convention.
The county executive committee sets priorities for local activism, supports and develops local candidates, and conducts a variety of activities to educate and engage voters in Washtenaw County including dinners, parades, street fair booths and workshops.
The congressional district committee elects 6 representatives to the Michigan Republican State Committee, supports regional and state candidates, and, in Presidential years, elects 3 delegates and 3 alternates to the Republican National Convention from the congressional district.
|Washtenaw County Executive Committee (2023 - 2024) Elected December 2022|