Welcome to the Marion County GOP

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Marion County is the home of Oregon's beautiful capital, 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 for Marion County Republicans.

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 to you, as voters, a viable choice that meets your needs as citizens.


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    Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 06:30 PM · 4 rsvps

    July 2019 Central Committee Meeting

    AGENDA

    6:30 pm - Call to Order

    Prayer

    Pledge of Allegiance

    Approval of Minutes

    Approval of Financial Report

     

    Remainder of Agenda TBD

     

    New Business

    Adjourn


     

     

     

    Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 10:00 PM through July 24, 2019
    Courthouse Square -- Senator Hearing Rm

    HD 19 Appointment

    Becky MittsRaquel Moore-GreenBrad Nanke
    Left to right:  Becky Mitts, Raquel Moore-Green, Brad Nanke

    House District 19 has been busy this year. Reaching all the way back into last year, Denyc Boles was first appointed and then elected outright in November as the State Representative for the rambling district that reaches from South Salem, through Turner, out to Aumsville. When Sen. Jackie Winters passed away in May, Rep. Boles gained the appointment to her seat, which once again opened the House seat. On Monday, 8 July, more the 40 PCPs from around the district convened at Corban University to nominate the individuals to place before the Marion County Commissioners. They will select one of the three to complete the two-year term.

    Although this year's session is over, there are still two periods of "Legislative Days" this year as well as the short session next February. All District 19 constituents want and need the strongest possible advocate in the Capitol throughout the remainder of this term. Republican constituents also want and need the best incumbent possible in order to stave off what is sure to be a stiff challenge next November as Democrats attempt to wrest this seat from two decades of Republican control.

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