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Delaware County Republican Women’s Club

The Delaware County Republican Women’s Club is one of the largest and oldest clubs of the Indiana Federation of Republican Women and is a unit of the National Federation of Republican Women’s Clubs.  Their purpose is to promote education along political lines, foster and encourage loyalty to the Republican Party and the ideals for which it stands, and encourage cooperation between groups that, like the regular party organization, are working for sound government.

Members actively promote Republican candidates and support the Republican Party Central Committee in a variety of ways.  They participate in voter registration at the various county festivals, volunteer at Republican Headquarters, work on candidate campaigns, and assist in election day activities.  Among major events planned annually by the Women’s Club are a general membership meeting each spring, a candidates’ breakfast to introduce candidates to the public, and a Christmas luncheon.

At the 2014 IFRW “Tribute to Republican Women” event, several members of the Delaware County Republican Women’s Club were honored.  Ellie Holt was named “Woman of the Year”.

For more information about joining the Women’s Club, please email delcowomensclub@gmail.com.

Young Republicans of Delaware County

The Young Republicans (YR) are the oldest political youth organization in the United States.  It is the mission of the Young Republicans of Delaware County (DelCoYR) to provide a forum where young men and women of Delaware County can discuss current events, become involved in the Republican Party, and interact with other young Republicans.  DelCoYR holds meetings the first Tuesday of each month except when it falls on Election Day at 7 pm at Delaware County Republican Headquarters.  For more information about Young Republicans, please email delcoyr@gmail.com.

Ball State College Republicans

Ball State College Republicans (BSUCR) is Ball State University’s premier conservative group.  They aim to promote high political discourse within the student body and to advocate for conservative principles. Encouraging students to be active in the political process is at the heart of what BSUCR does, as they aid in the election of conservative candidates for local, state, and national offices. At Ball State, they are fostering and empowering a new generation of ambitious young republicans as preparation for future service to the Republican Party, government, and the community.  For more information about College Republicans, please email republicans@bsu.edu.