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We believe there has never been a time that Americans need to be more involved in electing their representatives than today. Our mission is the election of qualified Republican candidates to every public office. We are involved in this process from recruiting those candidates all the way through to the successful completion of their terms. We do this to ensure the fulfillment of the needs of the citizens of Arkansas in a manner consistent with the beliefs and principles of the Republican Party.

It is our goal to help you get involved in this process. First to inform you about who we are, who the candidates are, about current events that are scheduled, as well as to inform you of how you can help us accomplish this mission. We hope you enjoy our site.

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Our annual GOP Christmas Dinner is slated for Wednesday, December 7th, 2016 at Fred’s Hickory Inn, 1502 N Walton Blvd, Bentonville, AR 72712. Kris Kringle Mingle time begins at 6:30 pm with delicious appetizers hosted by the Executive Committee. Our dinner follows at 7 pm. Each individual or couple will receive a separate check for their own meal. You may select one of four dining options: beef, chicken, fish or pasta. We need to prepare the Inn for the number of people attending, so kindly RSVP to Scott Brownell by phone (479) 619-8290 or email scott.brownell3@gmail.com . Please leave your name and the number of guests. We look forward to seeing you for a wonderful evening on December 7th. Merry Christmas!

 

The Latest GOP News

Congratulations to Washington County Republican Committee on winning the Best Overall County for 2016.

Republican Party of Benton County shared Washington County Republican Committee's photo.

Congratulations to Washington County Republican Committee on winning the Best Overall County for 2016. ... See MoreSee Less

I was honored to receive the "Best County Committee" Award on behalf of the Washington County Republican Committee this past Saturday. This was a TEAM Award and I wish to thank all of the committee me...

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Republican Party of Benton County shared their photo. ... See MoreSee Less

A very special thank you to Benton County's very own Duane Neal for faithfully serving as the Republican Party of Arkansas 1st Vice Chairman over the last 8 years.

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A very special thank you to Benton Countys very own Duane Neal for faithfully serving as the Republican Party of Arkansas 1st Vice Chairman over the last 8 years.

A very special thank you to Benton County's very own Duane Neal for faithfully serving as the Republican Party of Arkansas 1st Vice Chairman over the last 8 years. ... See MoreSee Less

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☆☆Arkansas had an amazing historic election in 2016 that would shock every Republican pioneer.

Arkansas Republican political leaders endorsed Senators Marco Rubio or Ted Cruz but a first time political candidate won with a bigger percentage of the Arkansas vote than Ronald Reagans first Presidential election and both of Arkansas native Bill Clintons elections.

Donald J. Trump attended a GOP fund raiser in Arkansas in spite of not being endorsed by political leaders and later set an attendance record at Barton Coliseum during a campaign event.

The media was unsuccessful in destroying President Elect Trump like they easily destroyed Republican candidates in the past.  In a historic first, the New York Times actually apologized to its readers for Anti-Trump biased reporting.

The Mexican investor, who is the largest owner of the New York Times, lost more than $5 billion as subscriptions plummeted and the Mexican Peso value dropped 10%.

The election caused me to wonder if Arkansas politicians are out of touch with their constituents.

☆☆Arkansas had an amazing historic election in 2016 that would shock every Republican pioneer.

Arkansas Republican political leaders endorsed Senators Marco Rubio or Ted Cruz but a first time political candidate won with a bigger percentage of the Arkansas vote than Ronald Reagan's first Presidential election and both of Arkansas native Bill Clinton's elections.

Donald J. Trump attended a GOP fund raiser in Arkansas in spite of not being endorsed by political leaders and later set an attendance record at Barton Coliseum during a campaign event.

The media was unsuccessful in destroying President Elect Trump like they easily destroyed Republican candidates in the past. In a historic first, the New York Times actually apologized to its readers for Anti-Trump biased reporting.

The Mexican investor, who is the largest owner of the New York Times, lost more than $5 billion as subscriptions plummeted and the Mexican Peso value dropped 10%.

The election caused me to wonder if Arkansas politicians are out of touch with their constituents. ... See MoreSee Less

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