The Republican Party supports the individual right to self determination by striving for policies that align with our God-given rights and freedoms and upholding Conservative values. Our goal is to keep the government within its Constitutional boundaries to achieve these ends.
From our parent organization, GOP.com,
"Republicans believe in liberty, economic prosperity, preserving American values and traditions, and restoring the American dream for every citizen of this great nation. As a party, we support policies that seek to achieve those goals.
Our platform is centered on stimulating economic growth for all Americans, protecting constitutionally-guaranteed freedoms, ensuring the integrity of our elections, and maintaining our national security. We are working to preserve America's greatness for our children and grandchildren.
The Republican Party's legacy -- we were originally founded in 1854 for the purpose of ending slavery -- compels us to patriotically defend America's values. As the left attempts to destroy what makes America great, the Republican Party is standing in the breach to defend our nation and way of life."
The defense of our Bill of Rights, protecting election legitimacy with Voter ID, fiscal responsibility, lower taxes for everyone, encouraging business growth, and inspiring the resurgence of community with the nuclear family at the helm represent the conservative platform.
No, and we welcome people from all parts of the political spectrum to attend our meetings, with the understanding that respect is a mutual agreement - We want to hear your voice, but discourse must be civil.
Upcoming elections and primaries, campaigns, fundraising for the committee and candidates, events (such as community outreach, social events, and voter registration drives), and current events relevant to the local body politic.
Get as involved as you like! Make your voice heard by attending our monthly meeting, campaigning for your local candidate with door-knocking and handing out pamphlets, get signatures for petitions, and join us for fundraising events. We welcome all levels of committment, but we hope you'll reach your full potential as a citizen of the great Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
YES. Sharpies are used for ballots read by machines because other ink types gum up ballot reader machines. Your vote is counted using these bubble-type scantron sheets.
Absolutely! We'd be happy to help guide you through filling out the registration paperwork. The "Get Involved" Menu at the top of the page contains a "Voter Registration How-To" guide to managing your voter registration. If you have any further questions, you can reach out to us at FayettePAGOP@gmail.com.
Yes, in-person submission of a paper voter registration application to the election bureau or to the local party you belong to (hopefully the Republican Party!) is preferred. Sometimes the electronic submissions can take more time to process.