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We’re glad you’re here! Join us and help us make a difference to promote liberty and #YourRights here in Kitsap and Washington. Contact us at our contact page, or call our Chair Tony Stephens directly on his cell at 360-440-2377 or email him at chairman@kitsaprepublicans.com We have a lot to do locally in Kitsap and to get mobilized for 2020. We believe in Natural Rights, Individual Liberty, and a Constitutionally-limited government that protects the rights of the smallest minority – the individual – because #YouMatter.

We meet on 1st Monday of every month at 7pm at our KCRP Headquarters, located at 9481 Silverdale Way NW, STE 241 Silverdale, WA 98383 (Google Map link here).

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Ballot Recommendations

The Kitsap County Republican Party has done the research and found excellent candidates deserving of your vote. Your vote is vital to keeping our Republic. In the last election we had two candidates who lost after a recount by about 200 votes. Just being on the right side is not
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Demand an Audit

Election season draws near.  How can we possibly choose between judicial candidates when we know absolutely nothing about them? That’s a serious question, not a rhetorical one. Self-aggrandizing write-ups in the Voter’s Guide tell us absolutely nothing about past job performance of the judicial candidates.  It’s the Naked Emperor in
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Voter's Pamphlet

Check out the Kitsap County Auditor’s Website and get a first look at the the 2019 Kitsap County Voter’s Pamphlet. The printed copy will be arriving in your mailbox the first week in October. https://www.kitsapgov.com/auditor/Documents/LVP.pdf
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Reject Referendum 88

I-1000 was approved on April 28, 2019 by the Washington State Legislature, passing by votes along party lines with Democrats approving I-1000 and Republicans rejecting I-1000 as biased legislation that would foster preferential treatment to selected individuals. I-1000 was designed to change the definitions of affirmative action and preferential treatment. 
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YOU CAN’T BE FOR BIG GOVERNMENT, BIG TAXES, AND BIG BUREAUCRACY, AND STILL BE FOR THE LITTLE GUY

ABOUT US

Founded in 1908 The Kitsap County Republican Party (KCRP) is a Major Political Party as a part of the Washington State Republican Party as defined by Washington Law. We are comprised of Precinct Committee Officers (PCO) elected in each precinct by the voters, or subsequently appointed by the KCRP Chair. We are a truly bottom-up organization with the voter electing their PCO, and those PCOs creating the bylaws, electing the officers of and directing the KCRP.

Click here for our Board Roster and Contact Information:

Click here for KCRP Resources and PCO Information:

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Demand an Audit
Election season draws near.  How can we possibly choose between judicial candidates when we know absolutely nothing about them? That’s a serious question, not a rhetorical one. Self-aggrandizing write-ups in the Voter’s Guide tell us absolutely nothing about past job performance of the judicial candidates.  It’s the Naked Emperor in the room — a system
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Voter's Pamphlet
Check out the Kitsap County Auditor’s Website and get a first look at the the 2019 Kitsap County Voter’s Pamphlet. The printed copy will be arriving in your mailbox the first week in October. https://www.kitsapgov.com/auditor/Documents/LVP.pdf
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Resolution on the Opposition to the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact and Support of the Repeal of RCW 29A.56.300 - Adopted September 9, 2019
Whereas the Platform of the Republican National Committee (RNC) includes a declaration of opposition to, and urges the repeal of, all state legislation that attempts to implement the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC); Whereas the framers of the Federal Constitution rigorously sought an effective compromise in the selection of the Chief Executive that preserved
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Reject Referendum 88
I-1000 was approved on April 28, 2019 by the Washington State Legislature, passing by votes along party lines with Democrats approving I-1000 and Republicans rejecting I-1000 as biased legislation that would foster preferential treatment to selected individuals. I-1000 was designed to change the definitions of affirmative action and preferential treatment.  It allows for change in
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BELIEFS

We believe that good government is based on respect for, and trust in, the ability of individuals to chart the course of their own lives. The Kitsap county Republican Party is dedicated to preserving a constitutional republic through active participation by citizens for the protection and preservation of conservative values including: the sanctity of human life; preserving a free society, free markets, and free trade; limited government; low taxes; minimal bureaucracy; strong national defense; and private property rights. Good citizenship begins with protected rights and ends with accompanying responsibilities. We reaffirm the words in the Declaration of Independence, “That all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness -That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed.”

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