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Washington State Republican Party

One Party United Across 39 Counties

Join us for our “Flip The 8th” reception on Wednesday, June 30th in Maple Valley, WA featuring Republican National Committee Co-Chair Tommy Hicks Jr.! Other guests will include local elected officials, State Legislators, and candidates running for office in 2021 & 2022. 

Join WSRP Chairman Caleb Heimlich and Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers in Spokane for the 3rd Annual ‘Heart of the Party’ Reception!


All of the funds raised from this event will be invested right back into our Eastern Washington ground game so we can win important local elections in 2021, and boost Republican turnout for statewide races in 2022 & 2024.

Gearing Up For Election Season:

To boost conservative causes, we first need to win in November! WSRP campaign trainings give you all the latest tactics and technology to help you efficiently target and contact voters. Trainings are hosted across Washington state. Visit our training page to see all the upcoming trainings.

Radical Democrats on the Seattle City Council have established a veto-proof majority committed to defunding the police department. This is a nationwide movement that would leave our community vulnerable – meanwhile Governor Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson are silent

We’ve crunched the numbers and for every person that joins the Grassroots Club, we can recruit and train SEVEN NEW ACTIVISTS to help us win in 2021.

We know we can win in 2021, but we can’t let off the gas!

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“As the saying goes, power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. After abusing his unilateral emergency powers unchecked for 15 months, Governor Inslee seems to believe that he can govern as a dictator without being questioned or opposed. After yesterday’s outburst, the rest of the state is clearly realizing that they elected a petty, egocentric person, to the highest elected office in Washington. It is truly unfortunate that Democratic Legislators were unwilling to work with Republican Legislators to reform the emergency powers act as so many states across the country did this year. Sadly for the people of Washington, Inslee wasn’t good enough to get a job in Biden’s administration.” said WSRP Chairman Caleb Heimlich.