The Montrose County Republican Central Committee consists of two representatives from each of the 21 precincts, six District Captains, four Committee Chairs, five Officers of the Executive Committee, and all Republican elected County, State and Federal Officials who represent our county.

The official task of the committee is to conduct the County Caucus and County Assembly in every even-numbered election cycle. Other functions include assisting Republican candidates in their campaign efforts, monitoring elections, conducting voter registration drives, fundraising, and assisting local voters and elected officials.

Meetings are every 2nd Thursday of the month at the Montrose School District Board Room, 930 Colorado Ave.  Doors open at 6:00 and the meeting begins at 6:30.

The meetings generally last about two hours and consist of Official’s reports, committee chair presentations, general business and candidate information.

If you would like to find out more you can contact our Executive Officers, your District Captain or Precinct Committee Person listed on the contact page on this website.

Our Republican Headquarters is located at 345 E. Main Street in Montrose and is open from 10:00 - 2:00 Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.  Stop in for conversation, information, literature and more.


Montrose County Central Committee is governed by a set of Bylaws guided by the State Republican Party Bylaws, and are modified by committee approval.  
Click here to open a copy of the Montrose Republican Committee Bylaws.


Montrose County consists of 21 precincts.  A precinct is the smallest political subdivision made up of a number of registered voters within a modifiable area, as determined by periodic census records.

Each precinct has been designated two leaders who act as liaison between the voting public and the Central Committee. This position has been characterized as, “the most influential political office in the world.”  It is where the “grassroots voice” comes from. 

Precinct committee persons (PCP’s) are the ones providing candidate information, leading activities, signing up volunteers, and encouraging voter turnout in their neighborhoods. You have access to important committees and participation in impactful local, state and national votes. It can also be a hands-on experience for potential candidates to elected offices.

If you would like to know more about the “Duties of Officers,” please reference our Bylaws in the link above.

To find out your precinct number and voter information click on the link to the Colorado Secretary of State's website shown below, and input your name, zip code, and birthdate. The last three numbers under "precinct" are your precinct number. If you have any questions, please contact us.  Secretary of State - Registered Voter Search 

If you would like to know who your particular Precinct Committee Person is, CLICK HERE.



Volunteers are needed for various help; walking precincts with the PCP’s, “get out the vote” efforts, manning headquarters, numerous funding raising events, voter registrations drives, fairs and parades. 

To learn more contact the Strategy and Planning or Events and Fundraising Chair persons listed here. Consider attending the “Conservative Social Hour” every 3rd Tuesday of the month or Central Committee meetings every 2nd Thursday. For locations, and more details see our Calendar, Facebook or Instagram page.