Get Involved – Make a Difference
Changing the course of our Country and saving our Republic takes time and effort. To protect our Constitutional rights, ensure quality of life, and rescue our children from radical indoctrination of the far left, citizens must get involved.
We have many opportunities with various levels of involvement. From observing activities at a polling place (e.g., poll watcher) to conducting research for the Education Task Force. If you are ready to get involved, review the Volunteer Categories below and indicate you interests in the Comments box on the Sign-Up form.
You do not have to be a member of the Stafford County Republican Committee (SCRC) to be a volunteer. However, becoming a SCRC member has advantages. The SCRC is the governing body of the Republican Party in Stafford. The SCRC decides methods of nomination for local offices, organizes local Republican events, and helps support our candidates in numerous ways. As a member, you’re qualified to participate in Party-run elections, such as canvasses (also known as “firehouse primaries”), mass meetings, and as a delegate to GOP conventions. If you are interested at making a difference at this level, then follow this link to our Membership Application to join the Committee.
If you are not sure you want to be an official member or a volunteer, you can still sign up for our newsletter using the form below.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
SCRC STAFF POSITIONS
- Director of Volunteers
- Director of Events
- Director of Nominations
A fair election is the most basic civil right, one on which many of the other rights of the American people depend. Ensuring a fair election requires that we have citizens at each polling place (precinct captain, poll watcher, poll greeter, etc.) to watch, observe, and report suspicious activities.
- IMMEDIATE NEED for help during 7th Congressional District Primary 45 day Early Voting which begins on May 8th. Volunteers also needed on Primary Election Day June 21st.
- Poll Greeters. Being organized by your managerial district leaders. You will meet voters as they approach the building, pass out sample ballots and answer questions. Flexible hours.
- Poll Watchers. You will be inside the poll observing procedures. Hours are 6:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Online training is required.
- Poll Worker (Elections Official). This is an all day commitment. You would be committing to showing up early, setting up, breaking down equipment and helping to get all the paperwork done. Training is required and you will be paid for your time.
EDUCATION TASK FORCE
The mission of the Education Task Force is to coalesce with Educational Organizations/Groups, Social Media Groups, and like-minded community members on educational subjects, parental rights, and other areas of concerns.
This team builds partnering relationships with communities and conservative organizations that align with the Republican Creed.
Raising funds helps get Republican candidates elected and achieve our mission to ensure our shared values (e.g., free enterprise, equal rights and opportunities, individual liberties, constitutional limitations, etc.) are implemented.
The Events Team plans and organizes involvement in external events, such as the Fredericksburg Fair, and internal events such as our monthly committee meetings and social events.
This team organizes social events to build camaraderie, learn more about each other, share interests, and build a sense of community.
The primary focus of this team is to inform and educate the citizens of Stafford County about “Changing the course of our Country and saving our Republic” through our website, social media, traditional media, and word of mouth.
The Elections Operations team springs into action during election season. This is particularly important during the 45 day early voting period. The team places elections signs, hands out sample ballots, engages with the public, and serves as the public face of the party at voting locations, both early voting and on Election Day.