Welcome to the Marion County GOP

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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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    Thursday, July 07, 2016 at 12:00 PM through July 11, 2016 · 7 rsvps

    2016 Marion County Fair Booth

    We are looking for volunteers to assist with the 2016 Marion County Fair Booth. This is a four (4) day event, which begins Thursday, July 7th, 2016 at 10am and ends Sunday, July 10th, 2016 at 6pm. Volunteers on the schedule will receive an admission pass to the fair, so that they don't have to pay to assist in the booth. Shifts will be in four (4) hour blocks of time. Please RSVP as soon as possible, so that Caitlynn Knopp can contact you to schedule a time to volunteer. Thank you for considering this great way to serve your community.

    Thursday, July 21, 2016 at 06:30 PM · 4 rsvps
    Keizer Community Center in Keizer, OR

    July 2016 Central Committee Meeting

    As many of our leadership team will be away in Cleveland at the National Convention, this months Central Committee Meeting is going to be a Training Meeting.

    Doesn't matter if you're a brand new PCP or if you're one who has been around awhile, one thing that is always changing is technology and the tools we use.

    I will first be giving an overview of all the electronic tools we utilize and their interaction with the different committees. Then I will be covering the basic use of GOP Data Center, the tool we use to look up voters, create call and walking lists and update voter information. If you are already signed up and have a login, you can bring your laptop if you like and follow along.

    Access to the system and login credentials can only be obtained by requesting it via the counties designated administrator (Me) who then submits your request to the State Party for activation. The process takes a couple of days. Make your requests via email to vice-chair@marioncountygop.org

    If we have time I will also cover the basic use of other tools such as NationBuilder and SharePoint.


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