Contact Us

Email:                 Phone:   541-342-4166

Office:  In between elections seasons, we have chosen to use a virtual office.

Mailing Address:

Lane County Republican Central Committee
PO Box 10247
Eugene, OR 97440
Central Committee Meetings - check the calendar for dates/time/location.
Executive Committee Meetings - generally held the second Thursday of the month, location may vary, check the calendar to verify!
         6:00 - 7:30 pm    Registered Republicans welcome to attend, please sign in at the door. 

Lane County Republican Party

LCRCC Bylaws - Amended Feb. 2017

LCRP Standing Rules

Constitution of Oregon

~ Resolutions ~

Resolutions adopted 2016:

Resolutions adopted 2013:

LCR Website Link Disclaimer

LCR General Disclaimer


Oregon Republican Party

ORP State Platform - 2015 - Amended 10/24/2015

ORP Bylaws - Amended June 27, 2015

ORP State Platform - 2013 - Amended 8/10/13

ORP Standing Rules - Amended 2/4/12

ORP Congressional District Convention Rules 2012

ORP Resolution - Common Core - Adopted 8/2013


National Republican Party

RNC Rules Adopted 2014

National Republican Platform 2012

RNC Rules Adopted 2012

The Republican Party

The Republican Party was born in the early 1850's by antislavery activists and individuals who believed that government should grant western lands to settlers free of charge. The first informal meeting of the party took place in Ripon, Wisconsin. The first official Republican Party meeting took place on July 6th, 1854 in Jackson, Michigan. The name "Republican" was chosen because it alluded to equality and reminded individuals of Thomas Jefferson's Democratic-Republican Party.

In 1856, the Republicans became a national party. John C. Fremont was nominated for President under the slogan: "Free soil, free labor, free speech. free men, Fremont." Even though they were considered a "Third Party", Fremont received 33% of the vote. Four years later, Abraham Lincoln became the first Republican to win the White House.

The national structure of the Republican Party starts with the Republican National Committee. Each state has its own Republican State Committee with a Chairman and staff. The Republican Party structure goes right down to the neighborhoods, where a Republican precinct captain organizes Republican workers to get out the vote.

The symbol of the Republican Party is the elephant. During the mid term elections way back in 1874, Democrats tried to scare voters into thinking President Grant would seek to run for an unprecedented third term. Thomas Nast, a cartoonist for Harper's Weekly, depicted a Democratic Jackass trying to scare a Republican Elephant - and both symbols stuck.

For a long time Republicans have been known as the "GOP." And party faithfuls thought it meant the "Grand Old Party" But apparently the original meaning (in 1875) was "gallant old party."