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Structure:  The Greene County Republican Party is comprised of the Executive Committee (all County-level elected officials and presidents of the Reublican clubs) and the Central Committee (Precinct Captains).  A Precinct is a voting district and voters elect a Republican and a Democrat Precinct Captain to represent them on their respective Central Committee.  There are 146 Precincts in Greene County.  The Party operates as specified under the Ohio Revised Code with meetings at least times per year that are open to the public.  The GCRP is fortunate to have a year-round headquarters, located at 45 E. Main Street in Xenia, Ohio.

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Precinct Captains

Elections for Precinct Captain occur in the Primary every four years (next one is March 2024).  The Central Committee fills vacancies by appointment.  Precinct Captains and their contact information are listed in the Greene County Board of Elections website.

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Poll Watchers

During elections, poll watchers keep an eye on the voting process to ensure election integrity.

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Headquarters Volunteers

We staff the headquarters with volunteers, usually regular three-hours shifts a couple of times a month, providing guests with campaign literature and handling merchandise sales and donations.

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Affiliated Greene County Republican Clubs

 To see the clubs and contact information of these organizations, click here.

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Voter Outreach Volunteers

 The GCRP needs an army of volunteers to staff the tents at the Greene County Fair and local festivals, participate in parades, and set up "pop-up tents" around the county to share our Republican story with voters

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