For your vote to count, you must vote for one candidate from the political party you marked on your envelope. If you do not indicate your party, your vote will not be counted. Your party selection will be removed from your voter record 60 days after certification of the Presidential Primary.Read More →
The reason there are candidates on your ballot who have dropped out of the race is due to state law requirements. In Washington, the primary roster had to be finalized by early January to allow for the printing and mailing of ballots.Read More →
Battle Ground City Council
Battle Ground City Council
La Center City Council
Evergreen School Board
Date 6/22/2023 10:25:18 AM
Subject Media inquiry
My name is Carlos Fuentes and I’m a reporter with The Columbian. I’m writing a story on Marie Gluesenkamp Perez and some of the headlines she has been making for sticking to moderate/independent ideas, and was wondering if anyone from Clark County Republicans would like to comment. My deadline is today at 5 p.m
I did reply by 5 p.m. The story didn't contain a word of my comments. You can read them below.
Ballots mailed July 14, 2023
Deadline to register or update your existing registration online July 24, 2023
The following candidates were recognized as Republicans at the 2nd Quarterly Meeting of the CCRCC:
- Gary Wilson – Evergreen School Board
- Stephen Dabasinskas, Camas City Council
- Andrew Lawhon, Battle Ground School Board
- Eric Overholser, Battle Ground City Council
- Victoria Ferrer, Battle Ground City Council
- Brad Klippert, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
- Semi Bird, Washington State Governor
- Myrna Leija, LaCenter City Council
- Joe Kent Endorsed Washington’s 3rd Congressional District
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The Clark County Republican Party was well represented at the Skamania County Republican Party "Let Freedom Ring" Fundraising Dinner
In a show of support, numerous Clark County Republican Party PCOs and elected officials recently gathered at the "2023 "Let Freedom Ring" Fundraising Dinner organized by the Skamania County Republican Party.
The event featured distinguished guest speakers:
- Gubernatorial Candidate Semi Bird
- 3rd Congressional Candidate Joe Kent
- WA State Election Integrity Chairman Bill Bruch
With a welcoming atmosphere and a shared commitment to upholding the values that make America great, this gathering left attendees inspired and eager to make a difference.
If you have any R-101 or I-2081 Petitions, please submit them to U.S. Digital or the CCRP Headquarters.
All petitions must be submitted by the July 15th deadline! If you have any questions or concerns, reach out to Dawn Land (R-101) at 253-686-2933 or Sharon Hanek (I-2081) at 253-208-3523. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.
US Digital 1400 NE 136th Ave Vancouver, WA 98684 map
Clark County Republican Headquarters 2702 NE 114th Ave, Suite 4 Vancouver, WA 98684 map
SIGN THE PETITIONS
R-101 to Reject SB5599 / I-2081 to Protect Parental Rights
In the dark of night on the last day of the legislative session in Washington state, Senate Democrats passed Senate Bill 5599 , a breathtaking evisceration of parental rights. The bill would allow the state to legally hide runaway children from their parents if the parents don’t consent to their child’s “gender transition” or abortion. No allegation of abuse in the household is required.
Sign or pick up petitions at the Clark County Republican Headquarters or find a location near you to sign.
Clark County Republican Headquarters
2702 NE 114th Ave, Suite 4
Vancouver, WA 98684
Hours Open to the Public
Read more at Clark County Today
A message from Matthew Bumala, Chairman of the Clark County Republican Party.
Monday, May 15th is filing week. Filing week is when candidates put their name in the hat to run for open positions in Clark County. Clark.Wa.Gov/elections has the information on what it takes to file, all the requirements, and fees.