Events for: Central Committee (RSVP in advance), Tri-Valley Republicans (AD16 events), and East Bay Republican Women (AD14 events).  Committee Members (Elected, Ex-Officio, Alternates) always get invited to Committee meetings.   Visitors and Volunteers must RSVP by Tuesday noon so we can send ZOOM link on Tuesday evening.    Visitors from MEDIA/PRESS: Please contact Chairman for timely interview outside of the meeting date.   

PROTOCOL: Visitors may observe, sometimes make short opening remark, but cannot vote nor comment upon business.   Some brief time after meeting may be hosted by Chairman to discuss County issues for upcoming agenda or schedule to talk during the week. 

New volunteer teams give options where voters can promote Republican actions within County (See Volunteer page)

  • Wednesday, October 18, 2023 at 07:00 PM
    Republican Headquarters in San Leandro, CA

    ACRP Meeting

    Regular monthly meeting of Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee (ACRP)

  • Thursday, November 09, 2023 at 05:30 PM · $41.75 USD
    Upon RSVP in Pleasanton, CA

    TVR Dinner Speaker


    Please join us for buffet dinner and speaker, a not-to-miss event.   Invite others!

    LOCATION:  Upon RSVP - 5:30 PM Social Time; 6:00 PM Meeting/Dinner - “RESERVATION MADE IS RESERVATION PAID”

    Email RSVP to: [email protected] Include All Names and a Phone # - For Details TVR Members: $35 / Guests: $ 40+PayPal Fee


  • Wednesday, November 15, 2023 at 07:00 PM
    Republican Headquarters in San Leandro, CA

    ACRP Meeting

    Regular monthly meeting of Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee (ACRP)

  • Wednesday, January 17, 2024 at 07:00 PM
    Republican Headquarters in San Leandro, CA

    ACRP Annual Organizational Meeting

    Annual Organizational Meeting of Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee (ACRP).  This is an in-person meeting ONLY.   There will not be a Zoom link.

    The agenda is mostly defined in By-Laws (See Members web pages).   The 11/2022 adopted Voting Procedure (not defined in the ByLaws) must be re-affirmed by a majority vote of the attending members.  No ordinary business occurs during this 4-hour organizational meeting.

    Key Points about Procedures (This is not a comprehensive list):

    To Vote, Members must pay 2024 Dues ($52) by January 15 (Best: On-line donation and then e-mail Treasurer that donation is intended for 2024 dues)

    Members encouraged to e-mail self-nomination to Chair. Nominations allowed from floor.  A Member from floor must second each nomination.  

    Prior year Chair presides over election of a temporary Chair and a temporary Secretary.   Each hold that office until their replacement elected.

    Next, Members must vote to affirm or adjust the 11/2022 adopted Voting Procedure as adjusted on 1/18/2023, namely:

    • A motion to ban or allow recording devices in this meeting.
    • A motion to allow voting procedures not specified in the ByLaws.
    • If passed, a motion to approve all or singly the following:
      • Speaking regimen: Seconder/Nominator 2 minutes, Nominee 3 minutes, One or two others 1 minute each
      • Voting is by secret paper ballot in person.
      • Blank paper ballots, one ballot per office per Voting Member.
      • Since ballots not trackable, Members submit folded ballot by roll call by temporary Secretary.  Attendees maintain silence during roll call.
      • After roll call for an office, votes immediately counted for that office with an observer chosen by each nominee.
      • An office with a single nominee may be accepted by verbal acclamation after the nominee speaks.

    Executive Committee Offices elected in this sequence: Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer, Secretary, Asst. Treasurer, Asst. Secretary

    Assembly District Chairs, in break-out caucus by their Assembly District.  (The election of these offices can be postponed to February meeting)

    Rev. 01/23/2023

  • Friday, November 01, 2024 at 06:00 AM


    Elections are always CRUCIAL within our huge Blue State.   Help rescue conservative patriotism and protect family-friendly traditional faith by voting for Republican candidates.   Ballot mail-out begins October 10.   Lasy Day to Vote is November 8. 

    Sitting it out guarantees more Democrat overreach with ever-expanding social re-engineering.   The Democrat Party used to be largely moderate and partially liberal.   Now it espouses (and imposes under penalty of law) very liberal and leftist worldviews.   They want you to think that your conservative vote does not count ... enough to persuade you to not vote. 

    Let's beat the Democrats at their own game.  To bypass the US mail, please use the City or Precinct Drop Points.   Contact your conservative friends and ask them to drop off their ballot.   Offer to give them a ride to the drop location.   (Yes!  It is legal to do this kind of ballot harvesting.  Don't let the Democrats be the only ones harvesting ballots!)