Republican candidates in the city are currently building their campaign infrastructures. We are looking for volunteers to join their campaigns and help spread their message to voters. There are many ways to help, just click "read more," to see which roles are needed.
Visit our 2016 Candidates page to view which districts have a candidate on the ballot. If you would like to sign up to volunteer directly with one of the campaigns, email Michael Federico with your name, contact information, the campaign you would like to join and what role you are interested in filling. Also email firstname.lastname@example.org with any inquiries.
Our candidates are working hard to secure their place on the 2016 ballot. As we saw in 2014, Madigan will surely challenge their petitions, using his vast resources to try and crush any Republican who opposes him. Every signature helps protect our candidates from these challenges. Please help gather signatures by downloading their petition and circulating it among friends, family and neighbors.
Now that the holiday season is close and people are making plans for Thanksgiving we are asking that you personally get involved and support our friend Pastor Corey Brooks of New Beginnings Church located at 66th and S. King Drive. Pastor Brooks is attempting to provide 5,000 needy families on the south side of Chicago (mostly from the Woodlawn and Englewood communities) who otherwise might go hungry on Thanksgiving Day. I am reaching out to you for financial assistance to make this possible. At a time when many people are focused on giving thanks for the bounty in their lives, others are feeling the pain of need.
The Chicago GOP has moved to a new location in Lincoln Park just minutes from the Fullerton Red Line stop. We are very excited and working hard to get Republicans from across the city on the ballot. Any and all donations in the form of furniture and/or office supplies is greatly appreciated. So stop by and say hello, our doors are open to all Republicans!
2402 N Lincoln Ave. Chicago, IL 60614
The Chicago Republican Party is currently accepting applications for the 2015 Summer Internship Program. What ties us together is the core belief that the people can govern themselves. It is the same belief that drew the founders to create this great nation. We believe that government has become far too large and inefficient while taxpayers are routinely brought to bear the cost of its failures. If you share our values of individualism and personal responsibility, we would like to hear from you.
The Chicago Republican Party Internship Program will provide students and recent graduates with a hands-on learning experience. Each intern will participate in the political process and earn valuable experience. In addition, those who complete the required hours will receive a letter of recommendation from Chairman Chris Cleveland and may also earn school credit*.
43rd Ward Republican Committeeman Chris Cleveland was elected Chairman of the Chicago Republican Party last night. The vote took place at the Parthenon in Greektown.
Under state law and the bylaws of the Chicago GOP, the Chairman is elected by the weighted vote of the Republican committeemen of the 50 wards in Chicago.
Cleveland replaces former Chairman Adam Robinson, who stepped down to focus on his business and his family. Robinson presided over a renaissance of the Republican Party in Chicago, which placed nine candidates on the ballot, raised the Republican vote in Chicago, and gathered widespread acclaim.
Together, the Chicago Young Republican, and Chicago Republican Party hosted the Leadership institute this past Saturday, May 2nd.
This is the third in our 2015 Volunteer Workshop series, and covered Organizing at the Local level. JC Hernandez, Director of Grassroots Coalitions for the Leadership Institute delivered an amazing class covering Grassroots goals and objectives, Working with diverse communities, Grassroots mobilization & Voter registration drives. Guest lecturer Caitlin Huxely taught Recruiting and managing volunteers.
The Leadership Institute Volunteer Workshop Series covers a different topic every other month, and is free and open to all who wish to attend. It is perfect for everyone from first time volunteers to experienced candidates.
Photos after the break.
On Saturday, January 10th, the Chicago Young Republicans, and the Chicago Republican Party joined forces to bring the first class of the 2015 Training Series.
Together, our organizations worked to bring experts trainers from the Leadership Institute in Arlington, VA. JC Hernandez, Director of Grassroots Coalitions lead our Introduction to Volunteering, a basic Politics 101 for those interested in getting more involved after 2014! Guest Lecturer Collin Corbett taught Introduction to using Social Media.
Pictures from the class, after the break.