Become a Republican Precinct Delegate
Precinct Delegates are voting members of the Republican Party who are eligible to vote for party leadership, help select nominees for Lt. Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Board of Education, University Trustees and Regents, and Supreme Court Justices.
Precinct Delegates for both parties are elected on the August primary ballot.
WHAT DO PRECINCT DELEGATES DO?
ATTEND REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTIONS
Generally, there are two or three county conventions every two years which Precinct Delegates must attend.
Precinct Delegates elect the At-Large Executive Committee Members for the Livingston County Republican
Precinct Delegates will help elect Delegates to attend MRP State Conventions on behalf of Livingston County.
ELECT LOCAL PARTY
ELECT DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION
Miss the August 2020 election and still want to be a Precinct Delegate? Contact us today at Info@LivingstonRepublicans.com to find out how you can become a Precinct Delegate today!
Before turning in your Affidavit of Identity form into your local county clerk’s office, you must have it notarized. Contact us at for help getting your form notarized.
REGISTER TO VOTE
Run to be a Republican
TAKE THE NEXT STEP
Precinct Delegate today!
Confirm You Are On the Ballot!
Click the link below to check the official Livingston County Republican Precinct Delegate filing list maintained by the Livingston County Clerk's office.
If you have questions regarding your form, please contact us at Info@LivingstonRepublicans.com.