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Spokane Convention Center

2024 State Convention

The State Convention is a pivotal event in the political calendar of the Washington State Republican Party. It’s a significant gathering of Party delegates from across the state, who come together to define the Party’s platform, elect Party leadership, elect national delegates, presidential electors

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2024 State Convention
2024 State Convention

Time & Location

Apr 18, 2024, 7:00 PM – Apr 20, 2024, 11:00 PM

Spokane Convention Center, 334 W Spokane Falls Blvd, Spokane, WA 99201, USA

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2024 State Convention: Key Dates

Mark your calendars! The road to the 2024 elections is filled with  pivotal events, providing opportunities for every member of the  Washington State Republican Party to engage, participate, and make a  difference. Here are the key dates you need to know:

County Conventions – January 20 – March 16, 2024  (exact dates to be determined by individual counties): Elected delegates  from the precinct caucuses will gather at their respective County  Conventions. Here, they will elect delegates to the State Convention and  address county-specific issues. Some of the larger counties, like King  County, will hold caucuses in your legislative district instead of  holding one massive countywide convention; whichever one your county is  doing will be communicated to you at your January precinct caucuses, if  not sooner.

State Convention – April 18-20, 2024: At the State  Convention, delegates from across Washington will come together to  endorse candidates for state and federal offices, adopt the party  platform, and select delegates to represent Washington at the National  Convention. This event will play a crucial role in shaping the direction  of the Party for the upcoming elections.

National Convention – July 15-18, 2024: Chosen  delegates will then attend the National Convention, where they will  participate in the selection of the Party’s Presidential nominee,  helping shape the national platform, and strategizing for the General  Election.

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