Interested in Campaigning for Elected Office?

Are you thinking about running for office in Boone County on the Republican ticket? We would like to hear from you! The Republican Central Committee is actively recruiting potential candidates for county-level and other offices for the 2022 election.

Offices up for election will include:

  • Presiding Commissioner (open)
  • Boone County Clerk
  • Clerk of the Circuit Court
  • Recorder of Deeds
  • Prosecuting Attorney
  • County Auditor (open)
  • Collector of Revenue
  • 44th State Representative District (Cheri Reisch)
  • 45th State Representative District
  • 46th State Representative District
  • 47th State Representative District (Chuck Basye is term limited; open)
  • 50th State Representative District (open)
  • Missouri State Auditor (open)
  • 4th Congressional District (open)
  • U.S. Senate (open)

Please note state representative districts may change due to new legislative maps being developed at this time.

Now is the time to gather information, form a committee, learn how to be a candidate, and learn what it will take to win on the Republican ticket in Boone County.

If you are interested in running for non-partisan offices, like mayor, city councilperson, school board member, or others, and are a Republican, contact us as well. Local elections, even though are non-partisan, matter just as much as state and federal elections. Most policies, taxes, and ordinances that are on the books are made at the local level. To help you get started running for school board, here are some free lessons on running for school board from one of the leading political education organizations in the country, the Leadership Institute.

These policies, taxes, and ordinances usually start with some sort of recommendation from an official city board or commission. It is very important to be involved with your local government, and to participate in these boards and commissions. For more information on boards and commissions for various governments in Boone County, please click the following links: