Sublette County Republicans: Note Feb 16 registration deadline
Precinct Caucuses Feb. 27th, Sublette County Convention March 10, State Convention April 19-21
February 1, 2018
Attention Sublette County Republicans: If you want to be able to participate and vote in the Sublette County Republican Precinct Caucuses and County Convention February 27th, you must be registered as a Republican in Sublette County by Friday, February 16th.
The Sublette County Republican Party Precinct Caucuses will be held on Tuesday, February 27 at 6:30 pm in various locations.
Pinedale 1-1 and 1-3, Cora, and Boulder: Pinedale Library, Lovatt Room
Bondurant: Bondurant Elementary School
Daniel: Fred and Michelle Pape residence, 80 Pape Rd, Daniel. Turn at mile marker 114.
Big Piney/Marbleton: Big Piney library
What is the Precinct Caucus? This is the grassroots level where local Republicans can have input on things like where should the Republican party be headed, concerns the Republican party should be listening to, proposed resolutions or changes to party bylaws or the state platform.
Each caucus will discuss/propose resolutions and consider any changes to the county/state party bylaws or state platform. Each individual Precinct Caucus will consider/discuss and vote on these items. Those items approved will be presented to the County Convention (March 10, 2018 at 1 pm, Pinedale library, Lovatt Room) for consideration at the county level. If approved at the County Convention, they will be forwarded on to the state level to be considered at the State Convention, which will be April 19-21, 2018 in Laramie.
Each Precinct Caucus will also elect delegates to the County Convention. All Committeemen/women are automatic delegates to the County Convention, but the rest of the convention delegates must be elected at the individual caucuses. Every precinct will elect at least 2 delegates to the County Convention. Precincts getting more than 2 delegates are as follows: Big Piney - 4, Boulder - 4, Pinedale 1-1 - 4, and Pinedale 1-3 - 5 delegates. These are apportioned by how many votes there were for Representative Liz Cheney in 2016 from each precinct.
At the County Convention, in addition to discussing and voting on the proposed resolutions or bylaws and platform changes, they will also elect 7 delegates (and 10 alternates) from Sublette County to attend the State Convention in Laramie, April 19-21, 2018.