Interested in becoming a candidate or party leader?

It is that time in the election cycle when party leadership is sought and/or renewed and candidates recruited for the 2020 spring and fall elections!  Have you thought about becoming a candidate for office?  Do you want to become more active with the County party or 8th District?  Have you thought about becoming a party leader?

Run for office.  The Candidate Committee is beginning their work now to develop a slate of candidates for 2020.  Having adequate time to fundraise, contact constituents, and put a sound campaign together takes time. We are here to help.  Spring elections are nonpartisan; they include municipal, school board and county board positions.  Fall elections require party affiliation and are for federal, state, and county seats.  We have a candidate committee and offer candidate training to answer your questions and assist you if you are interested.  Your interest in running for office is confidential.

Become a party leader.   Leadership and committee membership is sought for both the Brown County party and 8th District.  At the county level, we have opportunities on many of the committees that are required to keep our party competitive. The committees that need leadership and/or membership are the executive committee, finance, media, membership and volunteer development.  Most committee positions require one or two meetings a month, maximum time commitment. 

If you are interested in or have any questions, please respond to the email or call 920-430-2005 and leave a message.  You may also contact, Marian Krumberger, Brown County Chairman, at 920-819-6650.

Upcoming events

Annual Brown County Republican Caucus - Saturday, January 26, 10 am, Brown County Party Headquarters, 1915 South Webster Avenue. If there is a snow emergency the caucus will be held Tuesday, January 29, 6:30 pm.  You must be an active county party member as of 1/16/19 to attend and/or vote at the caucus.   This is the annual business meeting for all party members.  Election of new and ongoing party leadership will occur at this meeting.

8th District Caucus - Saturday, March 16, Rock Garden, Green Bay.  8th district business meeting as well as election of  officers. You must be a paid county party member to attend and vote. 

Wisconsin GOP convention - May 18, Oshkosh more information to follow.  Delegates to the convention must be paid county party members at the time of the county party caucus in January. 


Please consider becoming active in our political process.  We need people who can help move our party, county, district and country forward in a positive way.