Step 1 | Mass Precinct Meeting
Step 2 | County Convention
Step 3 | District Convention
Step 4 | Vote for John, State Convention
In order to become a voting delegate to the State Convention, you must attend your mass precinct meeting. At this meeting, you will caucus by precinct and elect delegates to the County convention. Find your precinct mass meeting date, time, and location by clicking here for counties with a population under 80K, or clicking here for counties with a population over 80K.
At your county convention, attendees will vote on who will become the delegates and alternates to represent your county at the State Convention. The only way to cast your vote for John is to become selected a delegate at this convention, so speak up about your desire to be a delegate!
You don't have to attend your District Convention to vote for John, but we do encourage you to attend. Here, you'll elect your District Chairman and get to meet Republicans from across your Congressional District.
This year, State Convention will be held in Augusta, GA from June 2 to June 3. If you were elected as a delegate to represent your county, you'll have the opportunity to cast your ballot for State Chairman. If you're committed to supporting John, let us know by filling out this form! That weekend we'll have special events exclusively for supporters and you won't want to miss out.
Become a Delegate to Vote for John
State conventions are unique elections. Instead of showing up to the polls on Election Day, you must attend your mass precinct meeting, county convention, and the state convention. If you've done this before, read below for a quick review. If you're new to the process, learn more below.