We support Republican candidates and causes in Davis, Woodland, West Sacramento, Winters, Clarksburg, the Capay Valley and throughout Yolo County, California.
What we stand for
Jobs Education Taxes Safety
good paying jobs
choices for teachers and your children
low taxes, more money in your pocket
safe streets, healthy communities for your family
The Yolo County Republican Party is the official arm of the Republican Party in Yolo County and oversees and represents the party's interests in our county. The county party is governed by the Yolo County Republican Central Committee, which is, in turn, headed up by an Executive Committee. Membership on the Central Committee is open to all registered Republicans who reside in Yolo County, and can be obtained either through election or by appointment.
OUR PLATFORM AND ISSUES
What do Republicans in Yolo County support? Check out our platform and find out!
2019 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Leave a comment for us using the Contact Us feature of our website. You can also contact the Executive Committee using one of the methods below.
ATTEND A MEETING
The Yolo County Central Committee meets every first Monday of the Month, from 7pm to 9pm. Visitors and members of the public are welcome to attend. We also have a social time from 6:30 to 7pm where anyone can come ask questions regarding our organization and platform. While we live with COVID-19, meetings will take place virtually. If you are interested in attending, please contact our Executive Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org or 530-389-4458 .
OUR REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES
The Republican Party believes in limited government, personal liberty, a strong national defense, a world-class education system, and energy independence, among other things. We believe each individual American, not their government, knows what is best for them and should have the freedom and ability to make their own choices.
The Republican Party, also known by our nickname - the Grand Old Party, has a rich history dating back to the mid-1800's. Established as an anti-slavery party, the GOP rose to prominence when our Presidential nominee, Abraham Lincoln, was elected President of the United States in 1860. To read more about our history, you can visit the history page of the Republican National Committee.