King County Republicans will have 25% of delegates at State Convention

Friday, April 29, 2016

By Lori Sotelo, Chair
King County Republicans

Since early January, the KCGOP has been engaged in organizing Precinct and Legislative Caucuses, and our County Convention for Republicans in King County. It is big job.

Our Caucus and Convention cycle in King County has many moving parts, most of which no one notices.

In the last two months, KCGOP conducted 2600 Precinct Caucuses at 50 Pooled Caucus locations, gaveled to order sixteen nominating caucuses in King County Legislative Districts, and finalized with the KCGOP County Convention held last Saturday, at the Bellevue Hilton, with more than 500 Republicans in attendance.

In all, King County will be represented by 354 Delegates to the Washington State Republican Convention, nearly one quarter of the delegates seated next month in Pasco. Additionally, we send a strong leadership team to represent the interests of our delegation on the important State Convention Rules, Platform, and Credentials Committees.

We had a successful Caucus and Convention cycle. As the Chair of the King County Republican Delegation to the state convention, I am confident in saying we have the most solid delegation from our county in more than a decade. We are unified in electing a Republican President this November who is committed to respecting our U.S. Constitution and preserving the American Dream for our children and grandchildren.

So, what’s next? MAKE SURE YOU VOTE in the Washington State Presidential Primary. Delegates will be allocated to the Republican National Convention based on the vote of Republicans in our state. Ballots will be mailed May 4th to your registered address. Remember to return your ballot as soon as you can!


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