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Confused? Do you have questions like these?

  • I want to help make a difference, but where do I start?
  • How do I get more information about political involvement?
  • How do I get involved on a local level?
  • How do I learn about elections?

Great Questions!

These are questions your precinct chair can answer! Precinct Chairs are the heart of local organizing. They are ordinary people representing a small group of people and doing the real work: identifying and turning out Republican voters for elections. Chairs serve a 2-year term, elected on the even year primary ballots, or appointed if vacancies arise.

And now you are asking yourself, “Who is my Precinct Chair?”

To find out, you will first need to know in which precinct you currently reside. If you are already a registered voter in Llano County, you can find your precinct number on your voter registration card. Once you have identified your precinct number, look at the corresponding Precinct Chair’s name. Click on your Precinct Chair to send an email introducing yourself. There are currently nine precincts in Llano County.

HOW TO REGISTER TO VOTE (The official record of your registration is retained by the voter registration office in the county of your residence)

Llano County Precincts:

Precinct Chair Duties

2018 Precinct Chair Handbook

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