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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.
We meet on 1st Monday of every month at 7pm at our KCRP Headquarters, located at 9481 Silverdale Way NW, STE 235 Silverdale, WA 98383 (Google Map link here).
Dear Voter, Off-year elections (e.g. odd numbered years) are often ignored by voters. These ballots are filled with mostly non-partisan positions, which makes it more difficult to know how to vote. These races, however, are important and the experience gained by candidates and elected officials filling these positions often leads to higher office. The people
Join us on Wednesday, April 28 at 6:00 p.m. for an online event hosted by the I-5 Corridor Coalition to discuss conservative solutions to homelessness. Panelists include: WA State Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, 19th LD John Nehring, Mayor of Marysville Frank Morrison, Director of Community House in Longview Arne Mortensen, Cowlitz County Commissioner REGISTER HERE
If you are interested in being a ballot monitor in Kitsap County, here is a link to a guidebook you can download for that purpose. Many thanks to Vinton Linard and the others who did extensive research in order to produce this guide. In addition, you can download this brief summary of the ballot counting
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
YOU CAN’T BE FOR BIG GOVERNMENT, BIG TAXES, AND BIG BUREAUCRACY, AND STILL BE FOR THE LITTLE GUY
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.