The Marion County Republican Central Committee (MCRCC) is the highest party authority in county Republican Party matters and may adopt bylaws, rules, or resolutions for any matter of county Party government that are not in conflict with the Bylaws of the Oregon Republican Party (ORP).
These Bylaws shall govern the operations of the MCPCC.
The Bylaws shall become effective upon their adoption at a duly-called meeting of the MCRCC and shall remain so, with adopted amendments, until repealed.
Proposed changes to these Bylaws must be submitted to the Executive Committee (see Article IX) at least 30 days prior to any vote on the changes.
Notice of intent to change the bylaws must be transmitted either electronically or by United States Postal Service (USPS), to all MCRCC members, postmarked no later than ten days prior to the date of the meeting at which such changes will be decided. A copy of the proposed changes shall be included with such notice.
A two-thirds majority vote of those members present and eligible to vote shall be required to amend the Bylaws.
Changes in Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) that conflict with these Bylaws shall supersede these Bylaws without the requirement of a vote of the MCRCC
The MCRCC shall not adopt bylaws that conflict with the ORP Bylaws or ORS. Should there be a conflict between the ORP bylaws and/or ORS, the ORS will take highest precedence followed by ORP Bylaws.