Utah Republican Party


Utah Republican Party

Infobox_American_State_Political_Party
party_name = Utah Republican Party
party_articletitle = Republican Party (United States)
party_
website = [http://www.utgop.org www.utgop.org]
headquarters = 117 E. South Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
chairman = Stan Lockhart
houseleader = Greg Curtis
senateleader = John L. Valentine
foundation = 1854
ideology = Center-right
Conservatism
Fiscal Conservatism
national = Republican Party
colors = Red (unofficial)
footnotes =
The Utah State Republican Party works to elect Republicans to office in the state of Utah.

tate Party Organization

Central Committee

The State Central Committee has representatives from every county in Utah. Along with the automatic members, each county chair and vice-chair, counties are allocated representative based on the number of voting republicans in that county. These representatives are voted in by each county’s central committee with in turn is made up of precinct chairs and vice chairs elected at neighborhood caucuses.

tate Party Caucuses

County Party Organizations

Each of Utah's 29 counties has a party organization, which operates within that county and sends delegates to the State Central Committee.

External links

* [http://www.utgop.org/ Utah Republican Party]
* [http://utahcollegegop.org/ Utah Federation of College Republicans]


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