General Duties of the Executive Committee:

The County Party business is overseen by the County Central Committee, which are the elected and appointed Precinct Committeepersons (PCP).  The Executive Committee runs the day to day business of the Party.  Any rules, resolutions, or legislative opinions must be voted on by the County Central Committee.

Delegates of the county party are:

Party Chair (automatic Delegate) shall serve as chief executive officer and spokesperson of the LCRP, chair of the Executive and County Central Committees; preside over all meetings of the LCRP and maintain liaison with representatives of the State and National Republican Parties, any other Republican Party organization, club or association and with Republicans holding public office.

Party Vice Chair (automatic Delegate) shall in the absence of the Party Chair, perform the duties of the Party Chair, and, in the event of the resignation, death or disability of the Party Chair, fill the remainder of the Party Chair’s term until a replacement can be selected in accordance with the Bylaws, serve as Vice Chair of the Executive and County Central Committees and perform the tasks the Party Chair may request.

Party Secretary (automatic back-up to the Alternate Delegates) shall under direction from the Party Chair or the Executive Committee, keep the books and records of the LCRP, take, record and submit minutes of LCRP meetings, send notices and other communications approved by the Party Chair and the Executive Committee; serve as Secretary of the Executive and County Central Committees; submit records required by the State law; assist other Party Officers in their duties and perform other tasks the Party Chair may request.

Party Treasurer (automatic back-up to the Alternate Delegates) shall keep the financial books and records of the LCRP and any other fund-raising organization of the LCRP; prepare an annual proposed budget to be adopted by the County Central Committee; safeguard the assets of the LCRP; prepare and submit to the Executive Committee at the first meeting of each quarter a financial statement for the LCRP; submit statements or reports required by State law, and perform other tasks the Party Chair may request.

Delegates:  Lane County has four additional elected Delegates, in addition to the above-named officers.  Delegates are voting members of the Executive Committee of the county party which carry on the business of the party in between Central Committee meetings.  They are responsible for helping the Executive Committee to achieve the goals of the Central Committee, which is composed of Precinct Committeepersons. Contributions of time, effort, ideas, and action are required of Executive Committee membersThey generally chair committees and give reports and updates at the monthly Executive Committee meetings for the committees. These six positions are all voting members of the State Central Committee.

Alternate Delegates: Lane County has six elected Alternate Delegates (AD).  Alternate Delegates are also voting members of the Executive Committee of the county party which carry on the business of the party in between Central Committee meetings.  They are responsible for helping the Executive Committee to achieve the goals of the Central Committee, which is composed of Precinct Committeepersons.  Contributions of time, effort, ideas, and action are required of Executive Committee membersThey generally chair committees and give reports and updates at the monthly Executive Committee meetings for the committees.  The AD may attend state ORP meetings in place of the Delegate, when one or more of the Delegates are unable to attend, as a voting member of the State Central Committee.

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Bonus Delegates: These positions are elected by the Central Committee Members every two years to amend the State Party Platform.  They hold this position only for the State Platform Convention.

Additional Bonus Delegates: These positions are also elected by the Central Committee Members as back-ups to the Bonus Delegates, and only hold this position for the State Platform Convention.