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April 2024 Central Committee Meeting

April 17 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

About SacCountyGOP Meetings

The Sacramento County Republican Central Committee meetings are open to Committee Members, Alternates, and Associates with 25 open seats for invited guests. The agenda is set in advance by the SCRP Executive Committee. Since participation in the Committee meeting is reserved for Committee members only, guests are encouraged to discuss their ideas in advance with a committee member (view the list of members), or to send their comments to info@saccountygop.com.
No recording devices are allowed during the meeting, including phones. Photos/videos will be taken by representatives of the SacCountyGOP only. Thank you!

The Sacramento County Republican Central Committee meets on the third Wednesday of the month. Meetings begin at 6:30pm. We do not hold meetings in July or December, unless there is a special need.

Registered Republicans in Sacramento County who signed up in advance have been informed by email that they may attend to observe the meeting. 

The April agenda will include a final review of March Election results and information for local candidates who are planning to run in November. New Ex-Officio’s will be seated and the Committee will discuss plans for increased visibility throughout the County through community events and neighborhood receptions.

What Happened at the March Meeting?

Chair Betsy Mahan congratulated all candidates who ran in the March Election and called for Committee members to unite and work together for our candidates in the November election. She cautioned candidates and Committee members against use of negative messaging due to the impact it has on voter turnout and candidate recruitment. A proposed Bylaw amendment was announced and will be considered at an upcoming meeting to clarify the obligations of individual committee members and candidates pertaining to personal endorsements.

The Chair also announced that SacCountyGOP will have Trump campaign signs available at the end of March, and we are taking orders for larger signs. She also encouraged all to help circulate petitions for the Fix 47 ballot measure, including a series of signing events on April 6th. Volunteers can contact Garrett Hamilton if they would like to help at Ace Hardware locations on April 6th. 

Current voter registration data for Sacramento County was provided as follows:

Democrats: 396,139 (46%) a decrease of almost 3,000
Republicans: 218,513 (25%) an increase of over 4,000
No Party Preference: 185,311 (21%) a decrease of 2,000

Ben Granholm from Swing Strategies briefed the Committee on pending state ballot measures, including those that have met the 25% threshold to qualify for the November ballot. 

March Primary Voter Outreach Report:

Calls made – 10,000
Emails sent – 27,000
Texts sent – 25,600
Ballots Collected – 170
Website Pageviews during election – 22,138
Google Profile Interactions – 261

Chair Mahan thanked the SacGOP Office team for helping voters navigate the election, Voter Outreach Coordinator Mike Story for his phone banking operation, Nina Caron and her team who administered the Election Observer Program, and all volunteers and donors.

Election Integrity Officer Nina Caron reported on the vote centers and drop boxes that were monitored and asked for more volunteers to step up for the November election. Trainings will begin in September.

Barbara Sloan announced the calendar of events where SacCountyGOP will have a presence, including an upcoming Gun Show and the Sacramento County Fair. Bob Blymyer announced we will participate in the AutoRama at CalExpo and invited volunteers to sign up. 


April 17
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Event Category:


Sacramento County Republican Party


Sacramento Gun Club
3443 Routier Road
Sacramento, 95827 United States