Precinct Delegate Powers
Michigan Republican Party Precinct Delegates (PD) are the most powerful voting political force you have never heard of!
Where and When?
Vote at the County Convention about three times over your two-year term.
Vote at the State Convention if you are selected as a State Delegate from your county about once a year or once in two years.
For Whom do you Vote?
Vote for County GOP officers
Vote for County GOP Executive Committee
Vote for delegates to represent you at the State Convention
In Mecosta County 10 Delegates and 10 Alternates
Influence various county party appointments such as who represents your county on the US Congressional District Leadership Committee
Vote for appointments to the positions of Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Board of Education, State Supreme Court, board members at UofM, MSU and Wayne State to appear on the November general election
Vote for Michigan Committee persons for the National Republican Party
Vote on State Party Chair and Co-Chair
Vote for multiple State Party Vice Chairs
Vote for State Committee (a large body) members that sets formal party policies
How to become a delegate?
Complete your Precinct Delegate Affidavit, notarize and file with County Clerk
Be voted in from your township or city at the August Primary
Most counties have 80% unfilled seats