Official Call for the El Paso County Republican
Central Committee Organizational Meeting
In accordance with Colorado Election Law and the Bylaws of the El Paso County Republican Central Committee, I, Joshua Hosler, hereby call an organizational meeting of the El Paso County Republican Central Committee to be held on Saturday, February 9, 2019, at Sand Creek High School, 7005 Carefree Circle N., Colorado Springs, CO 80922. Registration opens at 7:00 A.M. The county meeting begins at 9:00 A.M. Credentialing for the county meeting closes at 9:00 A.M.
The purpose of this meeting and of the various district meetings is to elect county officers, district officers, division leaders, and bonus members as required by law and bylaws and to conduct such other business as may be properly brought before the Central Committee. A proxy form is included in this mailing and is also available on our website: www.gopelpaso.com.
Currently there are 281 precincts and 63 divisions in El Paso County. Membership on the Central Committee is defined by the Bylaws, Section 3.01: “All of the precinct leaders of the Republican Party of El Paso County, the Republican county officers elected pursuant to Section 6.01 of these Bylaws with the Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Secretary of the State Senatorial and Representative Districts, and the Chairman and Vice-Chairman and Secretary of the County Commission Districts, the elected County Public Officials, the Bonus Members, the Division Leaders of the Representative Districts, the District Attorney, and any United States Senators and United States Representatives and elected State Public Officials who are members of the Republicans Party and who reside within El Paso County, shall constitute the membership of the El Paso County Republican Central Committee.
7:00 A.M. Credentialing begins
9:00 A.M. County Meeting (Auditorium)
12:00 P.M. Commission District Meetings (Locations will be posted)
1:00 P.M. Senate District Meetings (Locations will be posted)
2:00 P.M. House District Meetings (Locations will be posted)
3:00 P.M. Election Results and Meeting Adjournment
Official Call for District Organizational Meetings
|House District 14
House District 15
House District 16
House District 17
House District 18
House District 19
House District 20
House District 21
|Senate District 2
Senate District 9
Senate District 10
Senate District 11
Senate District 12
|County Commission District 1
County Commission District 2
County Commission District 3
County Commission District 4
County Commission District 5
In accordance with Colorado Election Law and the Bylaws of the El Paso County Republican Central Committee, each chairman of the House, Senate, and County Commission districts noted above hereby calls an official meeting of his or her district to be held on Saturday, February 9, 2019, at Sand Creek High School, 7005 Carefree Circle N., Colorado Springs, CO 80922. The tentative schedule for each district meeting is listed on the previous page. Locations for each meeting will be posted.
The purpose of these district meetings is to elect district officers as required by law and bylaws and to conduct such other business as may be properly brought before the official meeting of each district.
Positions to be Filled and Their Duties
Three County Officers (Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary): These individuals are responsible for making sure the party succeeds. Main duties include fundraising, caucus planning, conduction of the county assembly, get-out-the-vote efforts, and other party business.
32 County Bonus Members (16 men, 16 women): These individuals serve as members of the County Executive Committee and the State Central Committee. They help choose statewide officers and assist the county officers with fundraising, caucuses, assemblies, get-out-the-vote efforts, and other party business.
County Commission, State Senate, and House District Officers (Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary): These individuals conduct district meetings and insure the party’s fundraising and get-out-the-vote efforts succeed, particularly within their districts. They work closely with the elected officials from their district.
Division Leaders: Each House district is divided into divisions. The leaders of each division serve as liaison between the House district officers and precinct leaders.