We The People

The Mendocino County Republican Central Committee meets monthly. It is our goal to reach out to all voters that want to have a voice and strategy to promote free speech, small government, and local run education.  At our meetings, we give everyone the ability to meet other republicans, discuss the issues and candidates, discuss republican history, and discuss strategies in a congenial matter.

Join us for brunch

Stan's Maple Cafe 295 South State Street Ukiah CA

Saturday, February 22nd at 11:00AM

We will meet in the back room.

The 2020 California Primary Election will occur on Tuesday, March 3. 

Again we plan to participate in the fairs, holiday events, and parades that take place in Ukiah, Fort Bragg, Boonville, and Willits. We want to hear from you - your ideas, your issues, your vision, and your energy for the upcoming election season.

We look forward to seeing you Saturday morning.

Republicans Believe In


Freedom & Individual Liberty: The principles of liberty and freedom are found in documents like the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights.  As a general rule, Republicans emphasize freedom and individual liberty.

Individual Initiative: Republicans believe that self-reliance and personal responsibility are essential elements for an individual to achieve their maximum potential in society.

The cornerstone of Republican philosophy is the belief that each person is responsible for their own place in our society. Individuals are encouraged by the Republican party to work to secure the benefits of society for themselves.


Fiscal Responsibility: Republicans believe balancing the budget is essential.

Low Taxes: 

Republicans believe taxes should be low on individuals and business in order to reward work, to encourage more saving, investment, productivity, and to create more jobs for Americans.

Republicans constantly strive to cut governmental spending and to eliminate costly, overlapping and unnecessary governmental programs. Because Republicans believe that the individual should control his government's pocketbook, they believe that tax increases should be voted upon by the people.


 Limited Government: Republicans would have the people own the government.

Judicial Restraint: Republicans insist that judges uphold and enforce laws, not make laws based on political ideology. 

Republicans believe that government should be limited to doing for people those things which they cannot do for themselves. The right to determine individual destiny should lie in the hands of the individual. Similarly, Republicans believe governmental power and resources should be kept close to the people, through their state and community leaders, rather than centralized in distant big government.