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Friday July 28th, 2017.

Clallam County Republican
Party Headquarters

509 S. Lincoln Street
(Send mail to: P. O. Box 808)
Port Angeles, WA 98362
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(360) 417-3035

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Monday - Friday
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Secretary of State - Elections

Party Leadership

Officers

The Clallam County Republican Party Officers are elected at the annual Organization meeting by the elected Precinct Committee Officers. Officers elected for the 2016-2018 term are:

Chairman ~ Matthew Rainwater – matthew@clallamrepublicans.org

Vice Chairman ~ Virginia O’Donnell

State Committeewomen ~ Sue Forde – sueforde@clallamrepublicans.org

State Committeeman ~ Donnie Hall

Serving on the Board are:

Secretary ~ Martha Ireland

Treasurer ~ Kaj Ahlburg

District 1 Board Members – Jim McEntire and Pete Heisel

District 2 Board Members – Brian Feller and Jim Preston

District 3 Board Member – Penny Sanders

Former Chair – Dick Pilling

Webmaster & Communications: Sue Forde

CCRP GOP Newsletter Editor:  Sue Forde

Party Officials can be reached thru the Party office.
Phone/Fax 360-417-3035

Washington State Republican Party – www.wsrp.org

Republican National Committee – www.gop.com

Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs) serving 2016-2018.

PRECINCTPCOPrecinct #District
Agnew2012
Beaver2043
Bell HillJerald "Jerry" Sinn2071
Belleview2052
Black Diamond2083
Blue Mountain2092
Bluffs2102
Blyn2111
BogachielKatherine Davis2123
Carlsborg2141
Clallam Bay2153
Clark2162
ClineNola E. Judd2171
Coyote2181
Deer Park2202
Diamond Point2211
Dry CreekEvan Bradow2243
Dungeness EastJim McEntire2221
Dungeness West2231
EaglePeter Heisel2261
Elk2291
Elwha2303
FairviewBrian Feller2322
Forks 3013013
Forks 3023023
Freshwater Bay2333
Happy ValleySue W Forde2371
JamestownDonnie Hall2401
Joyce2413
Lost Mountain2451
Macleay2471
Madison Creek2483
Miller Peninsula2461
Monterra2492
Mount Angeles2502
Mount PleasantMaggie Roth2512
Neah Bay2523
O'BrienSusan Shotthafer2532
Olympic2541
Port Angeles 1011012
Port Angeles 1021022
Port Angeles 1031032
Port Angeles 1041042
Port Angeles 105Claudia Cookson1052
Port Angeles 106Jim Preston1062
Port Angeles 1071072
Port Angeles 1081083
Port Angeles 109K. Penney Sanders1093
Port Angeles 110Vonda French1103
Port Angeles 1111113
Port Angeles 112Virginia O'Donnell1123
Port Angeles 1131133
Port Williams2581
Prairie NorthJoe Hudon2591
Prairie SouthKathy Saffold2601
Quileute2623
RiversideLois Perry2651
Robin HillMartha M Ireland2662
Sequim 4014011
Sequim 402Brandon Janisse4021
Sequim 403Janette Chrysler4031
Sequim 4044041
Sequim 4054051
Sequim 4064061
Sun2693
Sunland NorthJon Alan Kirshbaum2701
Sunland SouthRichard Labrecque2711

Precinct Maps for each precinct can be found at the Clallam County Website. Or you can go to http://wei.secstate.wa.gov/olvrsite/, type in your name and information to find out your precinct number.

There are several vacant precinct positions.  If you are interested in serving as a PCO, please contact us.

About PCOs

Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs) are elected every two years by the registered voters within their precincts.  The term for the current list of elected PCOs will expire in December 2018.    Elections take place at the primary.  If someone runs unopposed, their name will not appear on the ballot: they will be automatically elected.  Click here to download the new form to submit as a candidate.Declaration of Candidacy-PCO.

Duties and Responsibilities of Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs)

A Precinct Committee Officer (PCO) is elected by his precinct voters every two years. (Must run for election.) If the precinct does not have an elected PCO, the county Chair can appoint one. The individual must live in the precinct for which he/she is appointed.  A PCO represents the Republican voters in his or her precinct at the Central Committee meetings.

Following are the duties of a PCO:

Stay informed on current issues and candidates; review and be able to communicate the party platforms (county, state & national).

Attend Central Committee meetings on a regular basis and actively participate in party events and activities.

Obtain lists of registered voters from the County Auditor’s office or headquarters.

Canvass your precinct and get to know your voting neighbors.

Build a record of eligible voters and party members within your precinct and provide a list of identified Republicans to headquarters.

Develop contact with the voters in your precinct and keep them apprised of current issues; obtain their input and relay that input to the Central Committee.

Encourage voter registration within your precinct.

Distribute party election materials during election campaigns.

Encourage voters to send in their ballots.

Hold precinct caucuses at certain selected times for the purpose of adopting resolutions and selecting delegates to legislative, county and state conventions (even years only).

Serve as a delegate to the County Convention (even years only).

2016 will be the next year for caucuses and the county convention.  To learn more about what a PCO does, along with tips for becoming successful in that role, click on Information About PCOs.

The Secretary of State’s Website has links for verifying whether you are registered and for registering online. Go to www.secstate.wa.gov/

FIND YOUR PRECINCT

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Follow the water issue in eastern Clallam County.
Check out Olympic Resource Protection Council.


Are you interested in joining one of our Clubs or attending various meetings?
Contact us – and we’ll keep in touch!

Want to read the bills passed by Congress and pending before Congress? Go to www.opencongress.org


RNC passes Resolution in Support of Western States Taking Back Public Lands


“Would it not be better to simplify the system of taxation rather than to spread it over such a variety of subjects and pass through so many new hands.” ~Thomas Jefferson

“Everyone wants to live at the expense of the state. They forget that the state lives at the expense of everyone.” ~Frederic Bastiat

“Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect every one who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined.” ~Patrick Henry


 

The County Convention delegates, who represented you, did an great job of passing an excellent county platform and Resolutions. Our thanks to those who spent the day in hard work to get it done!


Central Committee

passes Resolution opposing and urging Clallam County Commissioners to rescind their support of the Wild Olympics

Click here to Read the Resolution and info.


Central Committee

passes Resolution to demand that Clallam County withdraw from ICLEI – Local Govts for Sustainability –

which promotes UN Agenda 21.

Click here to Read the Resolution and info.