The San Francisco Republican Party is the official organization representing San Francisco's Republicans.
The San Francisco Republican party works with volunteers, donors, and activists to advance Republican candidates and principles in San Francisco.
what do we do?
In California, Republicans in each county elect a committee of Republicans to oversee party activities at the local level. These committees are known as "Central Committees." Party activities include recruiting candidates, voter outreach, voter registration drives, coordinating volunteer activities, and fundraising.
Like other counties, San Francisco Republicans elect a Central Committee to govern the San Francisco Republican Party (SFGOP). Central Committee delegates are elected every 4 years, during the Presidential Primary in California. The SFGOP Central Committee is elected by Assembly District. There are two Assembly Districts in San Francisco: Assembly District 19 and Assembly District 17. Eleven Republicans are elected from Assembly District 17, and 14 are elected from Assembly District 19. The last central committee election was on June 7, 2016. Republicans elected on that date will took office in January, 2017.
Joining these 25 elected members are 6 ex-officio members: the Republican Nominees from San Francisco for State Assembly (2 persons), State Senate (1 person), and Congress (3 persons).
Together, these 31 delegates form your San Francisco Republican Party. The SFGOP elects an 8-person Executive Committee to run it's day-to-day affairs, headed by the Chairman. In addition, the SFGOP sends a smaller group of delegates to the California Republican Party, which coordinates party activities statewide.
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