Boone County Republican Central Committee
The Boone County Republican Central Committee is made up of elected members authorized by Missouri Statute to do the business of the Republican Party in Boone County. The county is organized starting with wards inside cities and then out into the county townships. Across the county, these are organized into larger Legislative, Senate, Judicial and Congressional districts. The Committee meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month to conduct the business of the Republican Party.
The Central Committee strives to bring together people who believe in personal responsibility, an efficient, limited government at all levels, and equal opportunity to succeed. Even if disagreements arise on policies, all Boone County Republicans work together to elect officeholders with whom we agree with most of the time, because our similarities are greater than our differences.
Some of the responsibilities of the Committee include:
- Raising money for GOP candidates;
- Recruiting volunteers for voter ID efforts;
- Acts as an extension of the state Republican Party, and
- Get out the vote on Election Days
Chair: Mike Zweifel, 573-808-2947
Vice-Chair: Rosa Robb
Boone County Federated Republican Women
The Boone County Club has been one of the largest clubs in Missouri. They hold fundraisers and sponsor campaign schools for candidates and activists each year. Their largest fundraiser during the year is sponsoring Boone County’s Annual Lincoln Day Dinner. They also participate in many other activities including the Boone County Fair parade, the Pachyderm’s Annual Chili Supper, they sponsor a busy stretch of roadway for “Clean Up Columbia” and each month they donate to a local charity through their participation in the “America Cares” project. They meet on the 2nd Monday of the month.
Columbia Pachyderm Club
Pachyderms is a political education club that was founded in Columbia in 1968 by the late George Parker. The club has evolved into one that is now national in scope and a source of discussion, education and political action in many cities aroung the country. The Columbia Pachyderms take the lead on organizing the Annual Chili Supper usually held in October. Their weekly Friday meetings at noon at the VFW Post 280 behind the Columbia Power Plant on the Business Loop is an opportunity to meet fellow Republicans and become informed on national, state or local issues. Meetings are free and open to the public.
Boone County Pachyderm Club
The Boone County Pachyderms is the 2nd Pachyderm Club in Boone County, and was founded in August 2010. This club is an outgrowth of a need for an evening political club in Boone County for conservatives, Republicans, and anyone interested in politics and government. We will strive to be a resource for people who want to run for office, and to educate the public on local, state, and federal issues. This Pachyderm group meets on the third Tuesday of the month immediately prior to the Central Committee.
Mizzou College Republicans
Members come and go, but one thing always stays the same, they are passionate Republicans. Their goal is simple, strive to spread the Conservative message throughout campus, and have fun doing it! With over 2,000 registered members on the MU campus, they prove time and time again that they do have a voice! They help elect conservative candidates to office, educate students on the principles of conservatism and train their members to be future leaders of the Republican Party.