New Headquarters Schedule
Open Monday thru Thursday 10am – 2pm
Call Voters About the Recall
SacCountyGOP Contact: Mike Story
Now that we know the Recall is moving forward, we plan to re-open our phone bank as soon as the CAGOP wants to start calling. We will be encouraging voters to vote “YES” on the Recall. At the moment, there is no endorsed candidate for replacement, but several Republicans have filed. We will announce if we decide to endorse.
SacCountyGOP Contact: Barbara Sloan
SacCountyGOP has sponsored information tables at many of the community events around the County. When public events resume, we’d like to have local residents at our booth to greet other members of their community. Besides registering voters, we help them check their current registration to make sure it wasn’t changed by the DMV! We also provide flyers on the latest election news – you know…things they won’t read in the newspaper. We don’t know when the traditional community events will take place, but sign up below so we are ready to engage!
With President Trump’s confirmation that he wants his supporters to strengthen the Republican Party, we’ve had several inquiries about taking a leadership role at the precinct level. Our successful precinct operations during the past two elections included Resource Volunteers distributing materials provided by the SacCountyGOP within their neighborhood, including voter guides and invitations for public events. This program will be updated for the 2022 election, including more events held in each Supervisorial District. Sign up below if you’d like to help inform the voters in your precinct about the resources available at the SacCountyGOP.
There has also been interest in positions on the Central Committee, partly because national calls for action have not correctly represented how California county committees are organized. 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 the Republican Party, including SacCountyGOP grassroots, elections, and fundraising activities, and their willingness to work as a team on future SacCountyGOP projects. To view the list of Committee members visit this page. To reach a Committee member, email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know who you would like to receive your message.
Host “Meet Your GOP Neighbor” Reception At Your Home Or Business
Sign up on the form below and we will contact you to discuss your reception.
SacCountyGOP asks you to host a group of friends, neighbors or work colleagues to hear from a party representative and our elected Republican officials. These receptions can be virtual or in person. We will provide an update on current issues, and will emphasize the difference between Republican and other party solutions for today’s issues. This can also be an opportunity to raise funds to support the work of your local Republican Party. Whether it’s on Zoom, or a neighborhood barbecue, cocktail reception, or sharing a pot of coffee, please think about getting the Republicans together in your community so they can have access to resources that will make a difference in future elections! We will work with you on the invite list and can provide a speaker. Hosts should make themselves aware of current County Health guidelines.
In order to provide the services outlined above, we need to raise funds 365 days a year. To learn about opportunities to donate, and to view the items we need on our Wish List, visit the Donate page.
Please use the form below to let us know you would like to volunteer! Thank you!