March 2021 Committee Meeting
March 17 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
About SacCountyGOP Meetings
If we can find a venue that will allow for a gathering of our Committee Members, this meeting will be held in person. Attendees will include Committee Members, Alternates, Candidates, and GOP Organization leaders. Depending on size limitations, we may allow guests to observe. Stay tuned as this will be on a first come-first served basis. If a venue cannot be secured, we will again meet virtually via Zoom. The agenda is set in advance by the SCRP Executive Committee. Since participation in the Committee meeting is reserved for Committee members only, Sacramento County registered Republicans are encouraged to discuss their ideas in advance with a committee member (view the list of members), and send their comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sacramento County Republican Central Committee meets on the third Wednesday of the month. The next meeting will be on Wednesday, March 17, at 7pm.
The agenda will include an update on signatures gathered for the Recall of Gavin Newsom, and SacCountyGOP’s contributions to that effort.
We will also be planning for a candidate workshop, a summer fundraiser, and regional receptions that are open to Republicans who want to support the work of the SacCountyGOP at the precinct level.
NOTE: We have had several inquiries about being appointed to the Central Committee and taking a leadership role at the precinct level. We would like to thank The Precinct Project and others who are encouraging continued involvement in the GOP to prepare for the 2022 elections.
The Sacramento County Central Committee elections were held in March of 2020 with four-year terms. Vacancies are rare, but when available, replacement recommendations are made by the Executive Committee, and a current Committee Member may also nominate a candidate. Positions are filled by a vote of the full Committee. Prior notice of at least ten days preceding the next Committee Meeting must be submitted by the nominating Committee Member (email email@example.com) to add this as an agenda item at the monthly meeting. Consideration is given to the candidate’s past commitment to SacCountyGOP grassroots, elections, and fundraising activities, and their willingness to work as a team on future SacCountyGOP projects.
We have had a successful precinct operation in the past two elections where assigned Resource Volunteers distributed materials provided by the SacCountyGOP within their neighborhood. We will discuss how this program moves forward in each district at the March meeting.