United Republicans Green Valley and Sahuarita

MISSION STATEMENT: To educate, inspire, and encourage participation in the political process by volunteering our time and resources to elect Republican candidates.  To promote Republican ideals of peace through strength, prosperity through individual responsibility, and liberty through limited government.

URGVS Day-to-Day Operations

Bylaws

Become familiar with the Bylaws and Rules of the URGVS. 

Policies

Learn about the Policies and Procedures of the URGVS.

Events

Keep-up-to-date on all  URGVS Monthly Events and Activities . 

URGVS Board of Directors

Yale Wishnick

President

Peggy Bengtson

Vice President

Betty Linck

Treasurer

Mary Grace Werner

secretary

Larry Alkire

Director

Angie Anderson

DIRECTOR

Holly Scott

director

Community council

URGVS Community Council members educate, organize, and mobilize voters in the Green Valley and Sahuarita communities to turn Southern Arizona RED.  Council members engage with community members to discuss key issues that matter most to voters. 

Urgvs Newsletter

The newsletter plays a vital role in updating the URGVS membership on the various activities and programs planned for the coming weeks.  Key issues are discussed, and member resources are listed. URGVS priorities are showcased, and members have an opportunity to find out what Republicans are doing locally, statewide, and nationally.

Request to Speak

The Request To Speak program (RTS) is designed to allow the public to register an opinion on bills listed on agendas and to request to speak on a bill in a committee. After the initial setup, at a kiosk, the RTS program allows you to participate from your home or office.

URGVS Volunteers

The URGVS need for volunteers is constant and continues to evolve as we become more active and engaged in our communities.  Being a volunteer is a satisfying and great experience. Volunteer opportunities include working in the URGVS headquarters, communications and technology, committee work, and political action.  

Board of Supervisors

State Legislators

Congress & Senate

Join the URGVS online Community. You can post, comment, personalized your activity feed, discuss key topics, articles, direct messaging, and make new Republican friends.
Our strength as a Party begins and ends with our willingness to unify as a singular force committed to the basic American values that underlie our faith, family, and freedom.  We are not just working to defeat Democrats. We are educating, organizing, and mobilizing to restore our Constitutional Republic.  Our goal is simple: Make America First! 
 

 

A New approach to Politics

Issue Organizing Campaigns

The “campaigns and elections’ model is not working.  Simply speaking, the GOP cannot compete with the Democrat Socialist Party that trades votes for government giveaways. 

The URGVS has developed the “Issue Organizing Campaign” model (IOC).  This model aligns voters to issues to candidates. The result is an established commitment between the voter and the candidate held together by important issues that matter to both the voter and candidate.

The URGVS educates, organizes, and mobilizes around issues that increase bottom-up leadership and inside-out values throughout the Republican Party to attract other organizations and groups. Educate, organize, and mobilize are defined as:

  • Educating – Creating the narrative, the Republican Party is an activist organization grounded in member-driven issues. 
  • Organizing – Emphasizing a Republican member-driven party around issues from the inside-out.
  • Mobilizing – Issues become the catalyst for increasing commitment to the election of candidates. 

Developing a Winning GOP Campaign

Candidate
Boot Camp

Thinking about running for office but don’t know where to begin. Find out what it takes to go from a candidates to a winning candidate. 

Issues Organizing Resources

Have some questions that need answers. . We have the the resources you need to engage and educate voters on issues that matter.  

Kitchen Table Neighborhood Politics

Some of the best political conversations are informal and focus on issues.  Start by finding out what issues really matters.  

Republicans must be in front of the liberty line

Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way

Thomas Paine