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County Convention

COUNTY CONVENTION 2024

Saturday February 10  
10am-2pm

Doors open @ 9:30AM

The County Convention will be held Saturday, February 10th at the Shelton civic center. At the County Convention, delegates will be elected to attend the Washington State Convention. A new, and essential, role of the delegates at the State Convention is to endorse candidates for significant positions such as Governor, U.S. Senate, Congress, and other statewide offices. Candidates who earn an endorsement at the State Convention receive the comprehensive backing, resources, and infrastructure of the Washington State Republican Party, along with our partner organizations. The State Convention will be April 19 - 20 in Spokane, WA. 

In addition, the State Convention is responsible for selecting delegates to represent Washington State at the National Convention. These chosen individuals carry the collective voice of our Party to the national stage, playing an integral role in selecting our Party’s Presidential nominee. The Republican National Convention will be held July 15 - 18, in Milwaukee, WI. 

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Saturday January 13 - 10:00am

precinct Caucus 2024

Saturday January 13 - 10:00am
Doors open @ 9:30AM

The location of your precinct caucus depends on your individual precinct, which is determined by where you reside. If you do not know your precinct or want to verify it, please use the VoteWA website.

Instructions to find your precinct on VoteWA:

- Click on the link or visit VoteWA.gov

- Enter your information on the main screen to access your voter information

- On the left side menu, click on "My Elected Officials"

- Scroll to the very bottom of the page, where your precinct and precinct officer is listed

On Caucus Day, report to the location hosting the caucus for your precinct. 

 

This will be either Hawkins Middle school in North Mason, Oakland Bay Junior High School in Shelton, Hoodsport Fire & EMS in Hoodsport, or an individual residence if your PCO is holding caucus in their home. Please refer to our graphic for your specific caucus location.

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At its core, the County Caucus, County Convention, and the State Convention are about unity. It’s about bringing together diverse voices under shared principles and goals. It’s about rallying behind our endorsed candidates and working collectively to secure Republican victories in the forthcoming elections. It’s about signaling to Republicans across Washington State that unity – in our time, donations, and votes – is our path to victory in 2024 and beyond.

 

What is a Precinct Caucus? 

The Precinct Caucus is a pivotal event in the political calendar of the Washington State Republican Party. It’s a significant gathering of the “Grassroots” right here in our Mason County. Republicans from across the county come together to define the Party’s platform and elect delegates who will move onto our Mason County Convention. 

All across the state the Precinct Caucus will take place on Saturday, January 13. 

Doors will open at 9:30 a.m. for registration, with the Caucus beginning at 10:00 a.m. 

What can I expect to happen when I attend the Caucus? 

The day of the caucus you will meet at the location listed below for your individual precinct. At that location, you are required to sign in, we will be verifying the precinct that you live in, and directing you to the table and Precinct Committee Officer hosting your caucus. You need to meet with your Precinct/Neighborhood to discuss the County Platform, local topics of interest and to nominate and elect your precinct's allocated delegates and alternates to the Mason County Convention. To be nominated as a delegate or alternate, you need not be present. You can ask your PCO or a friend who will be attending your caucus to nominate you. 

What is the purpose of the County and State Conventions? 

The County Convention will be held Saturday, February 10th. Your MCR committee is still working out the details and will have those for you soon. From the County Convention, delegates will be elected to attend the Washington State Convention. A new, and essential, role of the delegates at the State Convention is to endorse candidates for significant positions such as Governor, U.S. Senate, Congress, and other statewide offices. Candidates who earn an endorsement at the State Convention receive the comprehensive backing, resources, and infrastructure of the Washington State Republican Party, along with our partner organizations. The State Convention will be April 19 - 20 in Spokane, WA. 

In addition, the State Convention is responsible for selecting delegates to represent Washington State at the National Convention. These chosen individuals carry the collective voice of our Party to the national stage, playing an integral role in selecting our Party’s Presidential nominee. The Republican National Convention will be held July 15 - 18, in Milwaukee, WI. 

Caucus Faqs
helpful links:
WA voter portal
Precinct map
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