Thank you for visiting our website. We want this site to be a valuable resource for you to access information about the Summit County Republican Party and its activities. This includes meeting schedules, special events, Republican candidates, rallies and candidate appearances.
We also provide links to other Republican Party websites, Voter Information, Local Leadership, National Leadership and to the links of our candidate’s websites. We encourage you to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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Who is the SCRP and What do we do?
The Summit County Republican Party exists to elect conservative Republican candidates for public office. We achieve this by recruiting candidates and assisting them with the tools for victory.
Our Republican Party in Summit County is comprised of a diverse coalition of Republican elected officials, grassroots activists and financial supporters. We operate a year round full-time headquarters. We recruit and support candidates for all levels of offices. We raise funds necessary to promote our winning candidates.
Should you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us or to stop by the office during regular business hours! We offer a friendly environment with one underlying goal in mind – electing great Republicans to public office!
Thank you for your interest in our local Summit County Republican Party. We hope to meet you soon!
The Summit County Republican Party maintains a fulltime headquarters dedicated to identifying, recruiting and electing Conservative Republicans for federal, state and local political office. The Summit County Republican Party shares our national and state party platforms for limited government, fiscal responsibility, personal freedom and responsibility. We support and expect nominees to support free speech, the right to bear arms and protection of the unborn.
“No man is entitled to the blessings of freedom unless he be vigilant in its preservation.”
– General of the Army Douglas MacArthur