Welcome to the Marion County GOP

Marion County is the home of Oregon's beautiful capitol, Salem, and is a hub for activity both political and cultural. As Marion County is the hub of Oregon, so too is this website the hub of Marion County.

We believe that the aim of politics is to serve the community by providing them with choices. From policy to leadership, the American system works because the citizens - the voters - are given a choice. Our goal is to present you, as voters, with a viable choice that meets your needs as citizens. 

Please feel free to drop by our suggestion box and let us know what you'd like to see - be it from our party organization, to public legislature, or even an upcoming event you'd like to attend; we'll listen.

Thank you for reading! Welcome to Marion County.

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  • Upcoming events

    Thursday, December 03, 2015 at 06:30 PM
    Country Meadows Village in Woodburn, OR

    Woodburn Town Hall

    DECEMBER 3, 2015 

    On December 3, 2015, 

    Town Hall Meeting will be held from 6:30PM Meet & Greet 
    Starts at 7:00PM and goes to 8:00PM 

    At the Country Meadows Village located at: 
    155 Evergreen Road, Woodburn, OR 97071 
    Off I-5, Woodburn Off Ramp, East of the I-5 

    Conducted by the following: 
    Marion County Commissioners Kevin Cameron and Janet Carlson 
    Marion County Central Committee Chair, Kevin Mannix 

    This is an Open Forum to discuss whatever topics you have regarding Oregon both at the local and state levels 

    Please join us. There is no fee or charge of any kind for this Town Hall Meeting. 

    Remember this quote by Thomas Jefferson, “Information is the currency of democracy”.

    Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 06:30 PM

    December 2015 - Exec Team Meeting

    All Elected or Appointed PCP's from Marion County are welcome to attend. 

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