2018 Assembly Information- March 24th
LCRP Headquarters office open! Monday-Saturday 11-1 and Monday-Friday 5-7 p.m. See if it's staffed or sign-up to work the office!
2018 Precinct Caucus -- March 6, 2018, 7:00 PM
Your Republican precinct caucus is just a week away! Please plan to attend on March 6, 2018, at 7:00 PM. You can pre-register for your caucus at http://caucus.cologop.org/ and save time when checking in. When you pre-register, you will also be given the address of your caucus location. Even if you are not sure you can attend, pre-register now, just in case. It only takes a minute.
What will you do at your Larimer County precinct caucus?
Hear from candidates (or their representatives) seeking office in the 2018 election.
Elect 2 precinct committeepersons to represent your precinct (neighborhood) on the Larimer County Republican Central Committee. This committee governs the Republican Party in Larimer County.
Elect delegates to the Larimer County Republican Assembly. This assembly designates Primary candidates for Larimer County offices (such as commissioner). Delegates to the county Assembly will also serve as delegates to the Colorado House and Senate districts wholey contained within Larimer County (House districts 51, 52, and 53 and Senate districts 14 and 15) to designate Primary candidates for Colorado House and Senate seats.
Elect delegates to the Colorado State Republican Assembly. This assembly designates Primary candidates for Colorado-wide offices (such as governor).
Elect delegates to the 2nd Congressional District Republican Assembly. This assembly designates Primary candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives.
Submit resolutions to be considered at the County Assembly.
Discuss issues of concern to you and others in your precinct.
As you participate in these small elections, you may even be elected to represent your precinct. This great honor magnifies your voice (and the voice of your neighbors) in the election process and in the direction of the Republican Party.
Representative government in Colorado starts in the precinct caucus. Make sure you are represented well. Participate in your caucus. Pre-register here: http://caucus.cologop.org/.
Yours in liberty,
Bob Morain, Chairman
2018 Important Dates
2018 Caucus- Tuesday, March 6th 7:00 p.m.- caucus.cologop.org
We would like to encourage all registered Republicans to save this date and make sure to attend their specific caucus location. You can go to caucus.cologop.org for to find your location, pre-register for caucus and to receive important updates.
Larimer County added 32 new precincts, which means that many precincts have been relocated into new districts. Please check the caucus.cologop.org for your location. All Caucus Locations are now available at Caucus Locations.
Caucuses are neighborhood meetings that serve as the first step in nominating candidates for the 2018 election. They also serve as an opportunity to elect delegates from individual precincts to the county assembly.
2018 LCRP Assembly- Saturday, March 24th 8:30 a.m.; Thompson Valley High School
Delegates elected during the caucus meetings will convene at the Larimer County Assembly to vote elect delegates to the state assembly as well as to nominate candidates for county wide and statewide races.
2018 CO Republican Party State Assembly- April 14th
The 2018 State Assembly will be held in Boulder at the University of Colorado’s Coors Events Center on Saturday, April 14th, 2018. Delegates at the assembly will vote on a party platform in addition to nominating candidates for statewide office.
PRIMARY ELECTION DAY- Tuesday, June 26th
Colorado’s Primary Election which will decide both party’s nominees for this year’s general election. Colorado utilizes mail in ballots for primary elections which will begin being mailed to voters on June 4th. Each of these dates is a critical step in the process for voters and candidates and the Larimer County GOP is committed to helping facilitate a smooth process.
MLK’s Colorblind Vision
Dear Colorado Republicans,
Today, America honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his contributions to justice, and his colorblind vision.
Dr. King dreamed of a nation where men and women are judged by the content of their character, not the color of their skin. We Republicans share that dream.
As the Republican Party in the 19th century worked for abolition and in the 20th century to ensure voting rights for every woman and man, Republicans of the 21st century must continue striving for a society that offers quality jobs and business opportunities, excellent schools for every child, safe homes and communities, and the freedom to pursue your dreams and happiness as God intended.
Our national credo, “with liberty and justice for all,” allows for no exceptions. That’s part of what makes America exceptional. Dr. King’s dream is the American Dream.
Today, let’s rededicate ourselves to making it a reality.
Chairman, Colorado Republican Committee
Latest Message from the Chairman
It has been a while since I've posted in this blog. Much has happened since the November elections. We have held organizational meetings for County, District, and State Central Committees. Our Larimer County Executive Board has seen much change with many new faces serving our party. Of course, a few members have continued on the board. I personally wish to thank all of the members of the board who have served so ably in the past, as well as all the volunteers across the county who carry on the real work of the party. Read more...
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