Want an opportunity to do something that will
Impact The Community?
Help Deschutes Republicans make a difference
There are many ways to volunteer...
from walking door to door, to hosting fundraising events, to calling from phone banks.
Here are ways you can help:
Fundraisers are gatherings of friends, neighbors, people you know from work or anyone else you’ve chosen to invite, who come together to learn more about a candidate, ballot issue, or cause.
What you do at your fundraiser is up to you, but the most important thing is to have fun and get everyone to learn about and sign up to be a supporter of your particular candidate or cause.
Your party doesn’t need to be complicated - the best ones are often the simplest! Some friends, maybe some snacks, and signup sheets to collect everyone’s information are all you need for a successful event.
HELP YOUR CANDIDATE OR CAUSE!
Host a Fundraiser
Volunteering is a great way to further a cause, support the Deschutes Republicans, and make a difference in our community.
Volunteers are the most valuable resource in our organization. It can also be an opportunity to meet new people and learn new skills.
We have many activities such as 'get out the vote' efforts, volunteers for headquarters, 4th of July and fair booths, and phone calls for candidates and events.
If you'd like to give something besides money, consider lending your time and talents to the Deschutes Republicans.
JOIN THE FUN!
When it comes to asking for money, most of us head for the hills. We get it. It’s difficult to ask others to part with their hard earned cash. You might ask, “Why?” As Deschutes Republicans, we hope we have a good answer.
Money raised from our fundraising campaigns will help the Deschutes Republicans pay for meeting and workshop rooms, printing and distribution, Precinct Committee Persons training, the 4th of July and County Fair booths, candidate support, and ensuring we have a safe and visible election headquarters.
Please give what you can now to make this a successful effort.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!
Our county is divided into 50 Precincts, the neighborhood geographical unit of the Oregon Legislature.
Each Precinct has male and female Precinct Committee People (PCPs).
There are 2 ways to become an Elected PCP: 1) by filing as a Candidate and winning election in your precinct, 2) by asking your family, friends, and neighbors to write your name in the "write-in" portion of your precinct ballot. You need at least 3 votes. Elections are held in even years, with the next being May 2020.
To fill a vacancy (in-between elections), you can also become an Appointed PCP. Just fill out the appointment form and email it to the PCP chair.
Elected PCP: Candidate Form