Become a Member ● Volunteer ● Donate ● Put up Posters & Yard Signs
Help us make a difference!
There are many ways to support the conservative movement in Culpeper and across the state,
from walking door to door to hosting fundraising events.
Here are ways you can help:
Make decisions that impact local politics! Join the Culpeper County Republican Committee and let your voice be heard. If you are a legal and qualified voter in Culpeper County who is in accord with the principles of the Republican party and would like to lend your support to our nominees for public office, submit a membership application today!
There are two types of memberships available:
AFFILIATE MEMBER: This is a non-voting member able to attend meetings, voice opinions and help in events and activities.
VOTING MEMBER: This membership entitles you not only to participate in meetings, but also enables you to vote on decisions made by the CCRC.
Both memberships are $25/year.
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BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Anyone can lend their gifts and talents to electing conservative candidates to local office! Find an activity and plug yourself in:
Volunteer to staff our headquarters!
Help at events such as CulpeperFest and other Chamber-sponsored functions, parades and activities!
Join phone-banking and texting campaigns!
Knock on doors to engender support for our candidates!
Work the polling places on Election Day!
Write letters to the editor or contact government officials to express your views and support!
Post a yard sign!
Sport a bumper sticker on your car!
Contact us and tell us where you'd like to help!
CLICK HERE to tell us your preferences!
Donations are always needed and appreciated! Your contributions fund CCRC's efforts to put conservative candidates in local office!
Here are ways your donations are utilized:
Renting venues for events
Funding campaign dinners
Paying Chamber of Commerce dues
Purchasing radio ads
Paying for the design and printing of campaign materials
Giving funds for candidate support
Paying rent to maintain a physical community presence
Software and website updates to keep the membership and the community up-to-date on developments affecting local politics