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Lincoln County, in eastern Washington, is a 30 minute drive west from Spokane.
We are a farm and ranch community, with strong family values, great schools, and border the Lake Roosevelt/Columbia River to the north. The county seat is Davenport.
Lincoln County is in the 9th Legislative District, and the 5th Congressional District.
There are 46 county precincts, approximately 15
Republican Precinct Committee Officers, and 30+ active committee members.

A Precinct Committee Officer, commonly called a PCO, is an elected official that represent a precinct.  In Lincoln County we have 46 precincts, but not all of them currently have a PCO.

A PCO is:
Elected for a term of 2 years.  In most cases in Lincoln County PCOs run unopposed, so are automatically elected.  If two or more run for a single precinct, candidates go on the ballot and voters elect one.

In some cases a PCO can be appointed by the Chairman,
A voting member of the Lincoln County Republican Central Committee, Is a volunteer,
Should pay dues and attend the four annual meetings.

Be aware of and acquainted with Republican party
issues, problems, candidates and efforts.

Support party efforts with help at events,
for example Lincoln Day Dinners, parades, county fair booth, other meetings, forums, and projects as
may arise.
Lincoln County Republican Central Committee - Executive Board Officers

Mary Blechschmidt

Ron Horlacher

Denise Wollweber

JoAnn Gilchrist
District 1 Area Manager

Vice Chairman
Scott Hutsell

Carol Paul

Mary Miller

Scott Hutsell
District 2 Area Manager

Rob Coffman
District 3 Area Manager

Contact one of the officers above for information for your precinct and Precinct Committee Officer.

Lincoln County Republican Central Committee


This Platform is a declaration of our belief in a Constitutional Republic and traditional values.  It begins with the belief that man has Natural, God-Given Rights, and that America was founded on the principle of the Rule-of-Law, Limited Government, Individual Liberty and Private Property, and Economic Freedom.
We believe that Good Government:
  • Respects the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights as the Supreme Law of the United State according to the original intent of the Founding Fathers.  It is a Limited Authority, all political power is inherent in the people, and government derives its powers from the consent of the governed and are established to protect and maintain individual rights.
  • Respects, with significance, the 1st and 2nd Amendments, with out infringement on law abiding citizens.  Does not support censorship of information, or surveillance of U.S. citizens.
  • Provides and supports a strong military to protect and defend U.S. citizens and borders.  Supports legal immigration that enhances American culture and values.  Does not support sanctuary cities.
  • Supports U.S. citizens rights to own property.  Does not support non-U.S. citizen or corporate ownership of U.S. lands or provide foreign aid to hostile governments or organizations.
  • Provides for and supports local law enforcement that protects citizens and communities against criminal behaviors.
  • Supports energy, mineral, technology and pharmaceutical self-sufficiency as essential national goals.
  • Supports environmental and economically sound management of U.S. natural resources.
  • Demonstrates fiscal responsibility and protects monetary integrity.  Recognizes and respects capitalism as the economic system that enhances national and personal economic growth and prosperity.  Requires Congress to balance the national budget and be fiscally limited on spending.
  • Supports an open healthcare system provided by the private sector across state lines.  Does not support healthcare mandates. Does not fund gender surgeries on minors or abortion with taxpayer dollars or other government funds.
  • Supports meritocracy as the benchmark for earned returns.  Does not support discrimination.
  • Recognizes the individual family as the core of a strong society and respects marriage between a man and a woman.
  • Values the sanctity of all human life, including the unborn.
  • Supports school choice and educational standards that teach basic and unbiased knowledge and skills to students and supports the role and authority of the family within the education system.
  • Supports the electoral College and vote-in-person elections with voter ID required.
  • Supports Term limits of its elected officials.

Committee meetings are held quarterly, usually in Davenport.
Please contact one of the officers listed above for further information!
We encourage your participation!

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