Washington County Republican
Central Committee Members
The Washington County Republican Central Committee (WCRCC) is composed of nine members elected by registered Republicans every four years during the gubernatorial primary election or appointed by the committee in the event of a vacancy.
Members of the WCRCC are non-paid party officials whose primary purpose is to elect Republicans to office and work for the betterment of the Republican Party in Washington County.
Our meetings are usually the second Thursday evening of every month. All Republicans are welcome, but please understand that our meetings are business meetings, typically packed with agenda items concerning operation of the Republican Party within our county, and meeting space and time on the agenda for guests are limited. If you would like to attend, please contact our Chair, Seth Wilson, at firstname.lastname@example.org for the meeting location and time.
The Role of the Central Committee
Our role as the Washington County Republican Central Committee is to work together as a team to support the conservative values of the Republican Party. Along with many other dedicated volunteers, we work vigorously through each campaign to promote Republican Candidates who have taken on the challenge to win a seat in the next election. Whether it be a Local, State or Federal campaign, we lead the charge needed to educate and bring awareness to the voters in Washington County. We strongly believe in the American Freedom that our forefathers fought hard to establish for all of us and we intend to keep it!