LYON COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE
WELCOME TO THE LYON COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE WEBSITE!
The Lyon County Republican Central Committee is a non-profit organization dedicated to the election of Republican candidates for public office in partisan and non-partisan elections.
Specifically, our objectives are to (a) maintain the Republican Party presence and voice in public policy in Lyon County between Lyon County Republican conventions; (b) to identify, recruit and support strong, qualified candidates by raising adequate funds for campaigns and providing an effective campaign organization; and, (c) to support Republicans currently holding public office.
MESSAGE FROMTHE EXECUTIVE BOARD
As chairman and members of the Executive Board, we want to urge you to continue or begin your participation in the Lyon County Republican Party. Click on Meetings and Events for future central committee meeting times and locations. Visit us at a meeting or two and check out our Meetings & Events page for information about our many events.
The 2014 caucus/precinct meetings were held on January 18 in Dayton, Silver Springs and Yerington. The county convention was held in Yerington on March 1, 2014. In accordance with Nevada Revised Statutes, the county central committee was reconstituted and members elected or reelected to a two-year term and delegates were elected to the state convention held in Las Vegas on April 12, 2014. See the 2014 Caucus/Convention tab for more information.
VOTER REGISTRATION IN LYON COUNTY AND THE STATE
Executive Board & State Central Committee Representatives
- Peggy Gray, Chairman
- Richard Hardcastle, Vice Chairman
- Terry Bunkowski, Secretary
- Anita Dayton, Treasurer
- Vacant, Past Chairman
Representatives to the NRCC
- Terry Bunkowski
- Ron Dayton
- Ken Gray
- Peggy Gray
- Richard Hardcastle
- Leonard Lake
- Garry Simmons
- Greg Theis
- Robin Titus, M.D.
- Anita Trone
- Cliff Yeater
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it's the only thing that ever has." Anthropologist Margaret Mead