WHAT IS THE REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE?

The R.E.C. is the foundation of Republican grassroots politics. Registered Republicans who apply for and are elected to represent their precinct participate in monthly or bi-monthly meetings of the party and vote on decisions affecting the County party’s work. They also volunteer in their communities to share values and ideas and grow the party by activities such as campaigning, registering voters, and ultimately winning elections.

 

Meetings take place the 2nd Wednesday of every month during election years and every other month during off-election years.  All registered Republicans are welcome to attend as guests and then submit an application to become a member of the Republican Executive Committee. 

 

Joining the REC makes you a public elected official. It gives you voting power, influence, and most importantly responsibility in local party affairs and the ability to nominate the party's representative(s) who are elected as either the State Committeeman or State Commiteewoman 

to the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF).

 

 

REC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Seeking the best Republican candidates for local, county, state, and federal offices

Electing Republican candidates

Representing communities to the Republican Party at-large

Representing the Republican Party at-large in your community

Preserving, protecting, and defending Republican principles 

Inspiring the next generation to be politically active and engaged

LOCAL PARTY CONSTITUTION & RULES