Who We Are and What We Do
The Clay County Republican Central Committee is the organizational foundation of the Republican Party in Missouri. Clay County is divided into 33 legislative sub-districts, each electing one man and one woman to make up the Committee.
The Committee has two constitutionally defined tasks - one to elect officers, who will in turn help elect members of the State Committee, and the other to fill vacancies on the ballot in cases of death or resignation. However, the Committee and its members also lay the foundation for the Republican Party's direction, especially on the local level.
Whether through Get Out The Vote efforts, recruiting and supporting candidates, or setting the policies that will define the party, the Committee and it's members have always been and will continue to lead the conservative cause in Clay County.