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Big First GOP to Hold Convention

Joe Denoyer - September 28, 2022 8:06 am

On Saturday, October 22nd from 1 pm-8 pm, The Big First GOP will hold their annual convention at the K-State Alumni Center in Manhattan, KS. (this event was re-scheduled from the Summer and is not a reorganization meeting). The Convention will feature a full day of training, presentations, and dinner with special guests!

This convention is extremely important to participate in, as you will be able to learn more about the roles and duties of the precinct and county committees within the Republican Party and how to campaign to win elections. This is also a great opportunity to network with other county parties within the district and meet the central committee members from the new counties that the Big First District picked up from redistricting. Hear from our elected officials, republican nominees, and browse the candidate and information tables.

Please sign up TODAY at the link below. The deadline to register is OCTOBER 12th (to place the food order) and you may book hotel rooms from the links on the website with the special group rate.

Tickets include ALL activities plus dinner and dessert!
ONLY $40 per person

Activity Schedule:
*Reception- Information & Candidate Tables
*Big First Update Meeting and CRT Presentation
*Precinct/ County Chair/ Campaign Training
o Conducted by former State Senator, Eric Rucker, Oklahoma National Committeewoman, Pam Pollard and State Senator, J.R. Claeys
*Remarks from our Elected Officials and Republican Candidates
o Candidates & Electeds In attendance: Tracey Mann, Derek Schmidt, Kris Kobach, Scott Schwab, Steven Johnson, and more…
*Keynote Speaker: Pastor, Conservative, and Author- Steven Grant. Presentation: “Rules for Rebuilders”, Dinner & Dessert



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