Become a Precinct Officer
Each county is split into multiple precincts and in Thurston County there are 280 of them. Currently only about a quarter of these positions are filled. If you’d like to get involved, please keep us in mind! We’ll meet with you with one of our executive board members and see about appointing you to an open qualifying position.
Volunteer at the Food Trailer
To help raise money for candidates and issues, the county party places a donated food trailer at several events around the county. We have several of our precinct officers, candidates and local Republicans volunteer to help/ Each year we raise thousands of dollars for our local candidates.
Help with Voter Identification
In order to help our candidates succeed during campaign season, campaigns are targeted to focus on areas based on voting likelihood. The only way this can be useful to our candidates is if it is updated and accurate, so this is a very important activity. If you are interested in data collection and data entry opportunities, please send us an email.
Work on a Campaign
During this campaign season our elected officials and newly announced candidates need volunteers, they need you to help with advertising, making calls, fund raising, sign waving, door-belling and more. Every year we need volunteers and we are always looking for help. Whether you have many years of experience working on campaigns or are completely new to the process, we’ll assist you and get you involved! Many successful elected Republicans started out as a volunteer, a Young Republican or College Republican. In 2020-21, many many county and city elections are being contested, please help them. If youre unsure of who to help or how to help please send an email and we can get back to you. Remember, ALL politics are local. Its where you, the individual, can make the greatest impact on you, your families and local communities.
Run For Local Office
Its too late for this term (2020) but 2021 is really just around the corner. You dont have to come out of the gates and run for US Senator, I wouldn’t recommend that, but start low and slow, build your resume, gather your experience, influence local policies, build you name recognition and a following. Run for Fire District, City Council, especially if you’re in a small town, school board, cemetery district, conservation district and many more. Or, volunteer to sit on city and/or county commissions, Parks Board, Planning Commissions, Veteran’s board, Historical committees, etc. Go to your city or county web page to see what it open for those positions, then submit a resume. Its easy to do, WE NEED MORE CONSERVATIVE THINKING PEOPLE ON THESE COMMISSIONS. They, you, can and will make the difference in your community. Just do it!