This year Washington State had more revenue than ever, but Democrats still raised taxes! They raised the price of gas and disarmed our police.
Democrats have controlled Olympia for too long.
Restore Safety | Restore Affordability| Restore Accountability
Elect responsible Republicans!
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We meet on 1st Monday of every month at 6610 Kitsap Way, Bremerton, WA 98312, with an issues discussion at 6pm and our board meeting at 7pm.
Vote percentages for Rick Kuss for Kitsap County Sheriff were nearly unchanged from the primary election to the general election, despite a Herculean effort in canvassing, voter engagement, and issue education. This result in itself is not proof of any mischief, but in the context of all the other results of Kitsap races, a hand
This past February, the Central Kitsap School District (CKSD) sponsored a special election to put in place a new levy to replace its rolling two-year temporary levy, which expires this year. This levy costs taxpayers around $20 million per year and is described by CKSD as funding student enrichment: primarily arts, athletics, and clubs (outside the school
SAVE THE DATE “It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task… that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” – Abraham Lincoln Saturday, June 11, 2022 Join the Kitsap County Republican Party for the annual Lincoln Day Dinner at The Kitsap
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.