I think, therefore I vote Republican
This site is for all citizens of Clay County who wish to join together in taking an active role in shaping their community and their country. We invite you to join us as we stand up for democracy, lower taxes, less government, and more freedom. Now, more than ever before, we need to come together to protect our great nation. The Republican Party of Clay County is committed to promoting Republican ideals and principles, recruiting and electing qualified candidates for public office, and developing grassroots efforts to grow our party both locally and nationally.
Welcome to our Clay GOP website! Our party works tirelessly throughout the county to spread our message, register voters, and most importantly: elect like-minded Repubicans. I encourage you to get involved, volunteer, and attend our upcoming events. It’s thanks to good Republicans like you that we will win in 2022!
The Time is Now!
The opportunity is here!
Make a difference and grow with us!
The Republican Party of Clay County is a grassroots effort exemplifying and furthering conservative principles on the local level. Along with our monthly meetings where we have informative guest speakers, we conduct ongoing Voter Registration Drives, hold fund raising events, and so much more.
Ask us about opportunities to serve as a precinct committee person, as well as volunteering at events and rallies.
For more information on getting involved with the Clay County Republican Party, please contact us.
Being a Registered Republican Has Its Advantages!
Florida is a closed primary state, meaning only those who register with the Supervisor of Elections as a Republican get the opportunity to vote in the primary for the candidate who will represent Republicans in the General Election. Primaries are where the public gets their say in who best represents the viewpoints of our Party.
If you would like to register or change your Party affiliation, click here or simply contact the Clay County Supervisor of Elections office at (904) 269-6350.
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