The role of the local Republican party is to organize people to work together to elect strong conservative Republicans to every government office. 

Without this organization local communities can find their conservative values shrinking away.  In the last few years Fayette County has turned away from an assured turnout of Republican voters to an alarmingly increased number of Democrat voters.  It will take us all working together to increase the Republican voter turnout at election time. 

Will you consider giving your time, talent, or treasure to help solid Republican candidates win the elections of 2020? Will you help us get out our conservative message by becoming a volunteer today?  Check out the opportunities below and find your place.

Event Meal Prep

1. Monthly breakfast meetings.  Do you enjoy cooking and serving?  We need volunteers for breakfast meal prep, serving, and clean up.  Not only do our meeting attendees enjoy this fantastic breakfast, it is also a valuable fund raiser for our efforts.   This is just once a month, the first Saturday of every month.  Contact Angela Bean at

Event Center

Give a helping hand setting up tables and chairs for events.  Greg would really appreciate your help!  We also need volunteers to assist with marketing the center.    Contact Greg Clifton, Event Center manager, at  

Office Staff

Our office is currently open most days 9 a.m. – noon. However as the 2020 elections start up, more people power will be needed to answer phone calls and assist walk-ins. Can you help a few hours a week?  Contact Cherie Werginz at


Who is running for the open seats? Re-elections?  Do we have a Republican candidate for every seat? Help us research to learn what’s needed. Contact Mary Kay Bacallao at

Engaging Your Neighbors

Moving into the 2020 election season we must be in communication with our communities to increase voter turnout. There are 36 precincts in Fayette County and we need individuals in each precinct to engage their neighbors with candidate and voting information.  Would you be willing to be responsible as communication lead for your voting area? Contact Jane Owens at

Research FCRP History

This March 2020 we plan on starting off the new year with a stellar event called “Carry the Torch”.  The planner for this event is Grace Caldwell.  Grace is looking for FCRP history, photos, and other various tasks to make this event a success.  if you can help with this event contact Grace Caldwell at

Promoting Republican Values

In conjunction with our state GOP, we have a program that helps keep us on track on all efforts to promote the GOP in our community.  Would you be willing to help with that?  Contact Denise Ognio, for more information.

Voter Registration & Campaigning

Voter registration.  Set up registration tables at local venues and assist citizens with voter registration.   Contact

Candidate Campaigns.  Candidates always need help with their campaigns with phone calls, door knocking, hosting events.  Contact Denise at


"While the media seeks to stereotype Republicans as 'old white people', Republicans are Americans of every race, different religions- like you, who believe in conservative principles and family values."

Former GAGOP 1st Vice Chair Michael McNeely