Anderson County Republican Party to hold precinct reorganization

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The Anderson County Republican Party (ACRP) will hold Precinct Reorganization March 16, at 6:30 pm at seven regional locations. Precinct Reorganization is performed by political parties once every two years, as specified in state law. This is an opportunity to become involved in the ACRP and gain a voting voice on the county party level.

Precinct officers will be elected for each precinct, including an Executive Committeeman who has the precinct’s vote on issues at ACRP monthly meetings. Additionally this is the process to become a delegate to the ACRP county convention and be placed on the convention ballot to seek election as delegate to the SC Republican Party state convention.

The fee to attend the Anderson County Convention on April 16 is $5. Each precinct is allowed a specific number of delegates to the county convention, voted on during the reorganization meeting. Also, if you wish to place your name on the county convention ballot for election as delegate to the May 2, 2015 SCGOP convention, the fee is $5. These fees are payable at the meeting and help defray county convention expenses. Receipts will be provided by the Regional Captains.

For additional information contact Dan Harvell, ACRP chairman at 221-1221or email at: rileson@msn.com

Precinct reorganization meeting for the Williamston, Powdersville and Belton-Honea Path areas will be held at the following locations:

WILLIAMSTON REGION – CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, WILLIAMSTON

· Cedar Grove

· Pelzer

· West Pelzer

· Williamston

POWDERSVILLE REGION – WREN HIGH SCHOOL

· Brushy Creek

· Concrete

· Hunt Meadows

· Piedmont

· Piercetown

· Powdersville

· Mt. Airy

· Simpsonville

· Three & Twenty

· White Plains

BELTON HONEA PATH REGION – BHP HIGH SCHOOL

· Barkers Creek

· Belton

· Belton Annex

· Broadway

· Chiquola

· Craytonville

· Friendship

· High Point

· Honea Path

· Neals Creek

· Rock Springs

· Shirley Store

· Toney Creek

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