•Mondays, 117 N. 4th St. (corner of MLK Blvd. & N. 4th St.), Yakima--across the street from the Yakima Herald Republic Office.
• Wednesdays, 2010 W. Nob Hill Blvd. (corner of Nob Hill & 21st Ave.), Yakima.
We have Trump signs and merchandise for a donation. We have signs and literature for most other Republican candidates. We can register folks to vote. We invite you to come and get what you need, because we can't invite you to our office!
Please watch this Website/Facebook page for Friday locations around the county. Thanks!
The WSRP set criteria for statewide candidates to speak at this year’s virtual state convention. The candidates who met those standards are listed on their website. Please go to “www.wsrp.org” under the “Get Involved” Tab, and go to “Candidates”. There you will find a reduced list of the most viable statewide candidates. The candidate names, pictures, statements, link to their websites, and their 5-minute videos are all there.
PLEASE RESEARCH THIS REDUCED LIST OF CANDIDATES TO FIND FOR WHOM YOU WANT TO VOTE. WE ASK YOU TO SHARE THIS WITH YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS. IT IS SO IMPORTANT FOR FOLKS TO VOTE IN THIS LONG ELECTION!
New Date: 09/26 or 10/10 TBDThe 2020 Yakima County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner featuring Trey Gowdy as keynote speaker has been moved to:
September 26, 2020 or October 10, 2020
We appreciate your patience and want to let you know we are working very hard to bring Trey Gowdy to Yakima before the November election.
We will keep you posted as to the exact date. Watch your emails.
Join Us!As Republicans, we work hard to promote the values of the Republican Party in our county and beyond. We would love to have you join us in that effort!
NEXT EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING:
Executive Board Meeting Location:
McCormick Air Center
3210 W. Washington Ave.
Meeting Is On The 2nd Floor.
No Access By Elevator.
PCOs Are Encouraged To Attend.
Guests Are Also Welcome.
Meetings are typically held on the second Wednesday of the month at 6pm, unless cancelled due to weather.
As Republicans there are some things we hold dear: One is that the strength of our nation lies with the dignity of the individual, and that each person’s dignity, freedom, ability, and responsibility must be honored. Another is the premise that our government was formed to protect the freedoms and rights of each citizen. In order to fully protect those freedoms the role of government must necessarily be limited in its control over its citizens through laws, regulation, and taxation.
Our basic freedom, the value that makes our country unique in the world is rooted in free enterprise and the right to private property. The role of government is to preserve and defend our ability to live in a free and peaceful society.
We reaffirm the words of our founding fathers as written in the Declaration of Independence:
“We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”
Our Republic was founded as one nation under God on principles clearly set forth in the Declaration of Independence and codified in our Constitution. One of the goals of the Yakima County Republican Central Committee is to serve as an extension of those principles.