Republican Executive Committee

Facts about Republican Precinct Committeemen and Committeewomen

Current Officers:

ChairmanJohn Roberts
Vice-ChairmanSteve Stroberger
SecretaryPueschel Schneier
TreasurerDavid Gibson
Assistant SecretaryMyra Fillmore
Membership CoordinatorKathy Crook
ParliamentarianMarjorie Cherry
State CommitteemanJeremy Evans
State CommitteewomanSusan Moore
       In Florida, there is at least one Precinct Committeeman and Committeewoman available for each precinct. Precincts with 1,000-1,999 registered voters may have 2 Committeemen and Committeewomen. Precincts with 2,000-2,999 register voters, may have 3 each; and so forth.
          All precinct committeemen and committeewomen must be registered Republicans in the precinct where they serve.
They all must sign a Party Loyalty Oath for the Republican Party of Florida.
Two Ways to Become a Precinct
Committeeman or Committeewoman
       1.   By Election: Republican Precinct Committeemen and Committeewomen are elected by the registered Republicans of their precinct during the Primary election held during a presidential election year. Persons wishing to be elected as Republican Precinct Committeemen and Committeewomen must
 complete and sign a Candidate Oath that is filed with the county Supervisor of Elections. This oath must be completed during a 5 day period in June. (67 to 71 days before the August primary election)
        Those elected become members of the Escambia County Republican Executive Committee (R.E.C) on December 1 of that year and serve a 4-year term.
 2.   By Appointment: Individuals not elected may be appointed to a vacancy by the Executive Committee during any meeting. They must attend at least three meetings, fill out the Loyalty Oath and make a contribution of $25 or more. The Republican Executive Committee must vote to approve their appointment.
         Terms for all Committee members expire on December 1 of Presidential election years.
The Escambia County Republican Executive Committee
         Precinct Committeemen and Committeewomen are members of the Escambia County Republican Executive Committee (R.E.C.). The R.E.C. also includes a State Committeeman and State Committeewoman who are also elected during the Republican primary held in August of presidential election years. Members of the state legislature who reside in Escambia County are also members of the Escambia County Republican Executive Committee
        Republican Executive Committee (R.E.C.) Meetings are usually held on the second Monday of the month. The Executive Committee meets during the month of December in even numbered years and elect officers for a two-year term.
       The business of the R.E.C. is conducted at our monthly meetings. They are also designed to inform, encourage, train and motivate members to participate in activities that will promote Republican candidates.

       The Escambia County Republican Executive Committee operates under the laws of the State of Florida and the rules of the Republican Party of Florida. A copy of our constitution is available on request.
Duties of a Precinct Committeeman and Committeewoman
As a Precinct Committeeman or Committeewoman, you are your precinct’s representative to the Escambia County Republican Party. Our goals are to promote the Republican message, to ensure Republicans are registered to vote, to mobilize Republican to vote, and to help in the campaigns.
          Committeemen and Committeewomen are required to attend the meetings of the Republican Executive Committee. The R.E.C. normally meets on the second Monday of each month. Some dates are changed due to holidays, and we do not meet in December of odd-numbered years.
           A member who misses 3 consecutive meetings without an excused absence is removed from the Committee.

    As you are able, contribute to the Republican Party. We would like every member to give $25 a year or more ($35 for couples). Many will give more or more frequently. Buy tickets to our fund-raising activities.
Be Informed
          There is an abundance of information available, such as conservative radio talk shows, commentators, web sites, books and pamphlets.
Social Media
       We live in a world of electronic communications. E-mail, Facebook, Twitter, Parler, and other means can be effective ways to communicate to people about the Republican Party and its candidates.
       You may help with tables/booths at events between now and the next election. Campaign rallies, telephone calls, door-to-door canvassing, get-out-the-vote activities, sign-waving events, parades, poll watching, and home parties are some of the many ways you may help promote Republican candidates. 
Statement of Principles,
Escambia County Republican Party

* We support limited constitutional government that protects individual freedom and secures the God-given rights of all citizens, including the right to life, liberty and property.
* We support a strong national defense with a foreign policy that preserves our national sovereignty and defends our just interests in the world.
* We support strict law enforcement, a free-market economy, balanced budgets, minimal taxation and control of most government services at the
state and local level.
* We support policies which uphold traditional marriage and family values, and high standards of morality.
* We support the election of Republican candidates at all levels of government who will implement these principles.
Adopted December 14, 1998 

Republican Party of Florida:
        The County Chairman in each county along with the State Committeeman and State Committeewoman from each county, represent the county on the state committee of the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF). They attend RPOF meetings 4 times per year.

Republican National Committee
Each state elects a chairman, a national committeeman and a national committeewoman to serve on the Republican National Committee (RNC). The RNC holds a national convention every four years.


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