The Sacramento County Republican Central Committee held their February meeting addressing a full agenda. Plans for a 100-Day celebration of GOP control of Washington D.C. was announced to take place in late April. The Committee approved the Sacramento Charter of the California Republican Lawyer’s Association, and after discussion, they endorsed the reelection of California Republican Party leaders, including Chairman Jim Brulte, Vice Chair Kristin Olsen, Secretary Deborah Wilder, and Treasurer Mario Guerra. Special guest John Leslie Brown got the Committee motivated to open doors for others who would like to be involved in politics, and members stepped up to sign on as the precinct captain in their area.
The highlight of the meeting was a presentation by Assembly Member Catharine Baker, the only elected Republican state legislator in the Bay Area. She covered the strategy her campaign used to win re-election to her Assembly seat in this “blue” district, including a sophisticated Voter ID precinct operation and continuous outreach to all constituent groups. Baker emphasized the importance of a unified Republican County Committee and the critical role the Committee plays in getting out the Republican vote.
The next meeting of the Sacramento County GOP will take place on Wednesday, March 8th at the Headquarters.
Below are images from the meeting. Many thanks to Devin Moore who took these pictures at our request.