Volunteers Needed

• Attend the monthly meeting.

The County Party holds a combination general membership and executive committee meeting on the third Thursday of each month usually skipping July and August to accommodate summer vacations. These meeting begin with a half hour social gathering with light refreshments followed by a political speaker, announcements of planned events, and a very meeting covering official business.

The public is invited so come to a meeting to test the waters. Friendly people, interesting conversation, and it’s a good opportunity to find out what’s going on.

• Each community in Beaufort County has a Republican Club.

These are social groups and each has its own events and monthly gatherings with interesting speakers. Check out the Affiliates page on the Web site to see the Club in your area and check the Calendar for meeting and event times and locations.

• If you have the interest and some time you can volunteer to do a number of things to help invigorate the Party.

There are lots of tasks that need to be done and you will have lots of help and support. You can volunteer to:

1. Become a Precinct Committee member.

What’s that? Click here or click on the Precinct Committee tab in the Home page menu for a full description. It’s a very important function and an opportunity to be in on the ground floor of campaigns and political action.

2. Volunteer to serve on one of the “ad-hoc” committees. They are:

• The Communications Committee
• The Credentials Committee
• The Candidate Support Committee
• Election Monitoring
• The Finance Committee
• The Fund Raising Committee
• The Membership Committee
• The Nominations Committee
• The Rules Committee
• The Voter Participation Committee

3. Volunteer to help set up and run Events

4. Volunteer to staff an Election office

• Make campaign phone calls
• Get out the vote
• Provide transportation to the polls
• Put up lawn signs
• Distribute campaign materials
5. Host a candidate meeting

Paid for and authorized by the Beaufort County Republican Party.

Not Authorized by any Candidate or Candidate's Committee.