Practical Things You Can Do to Get Involved

1. Join the Republican Party of Green County

You may feel uncomfortable getting too involved in politics.  That’s okay.  However, if we are going to keep America free and great and strong, we are going to have to do the uncomfortable.  Being a “summer soldier and sunshine patriot” is no longer an option.

But if you are willing to fight for America as a patriot, we are here to help you!  If you have any questions on how to get involved, please get in contact with us.  If you are not already a member, we’d encourage you to join our party.  Being a member of our party is an excellent way to connect with fellow local patriots and to use your skills to promote America.  The Republican Party of Green County needs more strong Americans like you!

2. Be a Poll Worker

After seeing what happened on November 3rd, many conservatives have lost confidence in our elections.  Unfortunately, with Tony Evers as governor, Wisconsin Republicans probably won’t be able to pass most of the needed election integrity laws.

But there is something we can do!  According to state law, the Republican Party of Green County can appoint poll workers/election inspectors to every polling place in the county.  Unlike election observers, as an election inspector you get to play an essential role in actually running the election process.

If you are concerned about election integrity, being an election inspector is the best way to do something about it.  Are you willing to help?  If so, please contact us!

3. Write a Letter to the Editor

Most media sources are liberal.  It’s unfortunate, but it’s true.  However, your local newspapers give you an opportunity to share your opinion by sending a letter to the editor.  It’s not difficult – if you have something to say, you can write a letter to the editor!  Letters don’t have to be long or eloquent; in fact, short and simple is better.

4. Attend Your County, Municipal, and School Board Meetings

Local government is the closest government to the people, and yet many people know very little about it.  Then, after local government does something we don’t like, we wonder why our local officials didn’t keep us more informed.  Although local government needs to be very transparent, it is our responsibility to keep ourselves informed.

Attending your local County, Municipal, and School Board meetings is the best way to do this.  We need to defend liberty in every level of government, not just in Washington, D.C.

5. Run for Local Office

Some people may feel that political ideology doesn’t affect local government.  But that isn’t completely true.  Whether it be property rights, fiscal responsibility, law enforcement, or mask mandates and stay-at-home orders – one’s views on liberty and freedom do affect local government.

That’s why we need good conservatives to run for local office.  If you love American freedom, maybe there is a liberal in your local government who needs to be challenged next election!  Being a local official will put you on the front lines of doing the most for America.