Precinct election meetings why are they important?

They are our first step to get onto the battle field for 2022! At the meeting party members within the precinct elect the precinct leadership, additionally they elect delegates to represent the precinct at the county and state conventions. For 2021, the delegates primary responsibility will be to elect new leadership for the party at both the county and state level.

How do precinct delegates get elected?

Precinct delegates are elected in February annually throughout the entire state of Hawaii by Republican members that reside in the precinct and attend the precinct election meeting. After the precinct election meeting and within 10-days of either convention, any remaining vacancies may be appointed by the precinct president.

What is the precinct?

The precinct is effectively the political equivalent of your neighborhood as the smallest political unit in the country. It’s made up of your neighbors and cannot be divided by legislative, congressional, or supervisor districts.

What is the precinct committee?

A Precinct Committee represents, on average, 500 Republican members, and shall seek to identify and register voters favorable to Republican governmental policies and candidates; assist with and develop get out the vote programs aimed at Republican voters; provide election workers and observers on election days; conduct the annual precinct election meeting; and regularly contact and update contact information for Republican members in their precinct, including telephone numbers, addresses and email addresses.

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