Becoming a delegate is easy, all you need to do is register with your local party to become a delegate in your area.
Once you are a delegate in your local party you will then be voted on to become a state or even national delegate for your party.
Contact your local chair of your party and tell them you wish to become a delegate.
# 1 : You must be a registered republican in most states. To become a delegate you must contact your local chairman or officer(s) of the party and ask for the form to register to become a delegate. Make a copy of your signed application for your own records.
# 2 : The rules to become a delegate vary from district and county, you must obtain your bylaws to see what your area requires you to become a delegate.
# 3 : In some cases delegates are elected by the members of your local party, in many other cases there are not enough people that register to become a delegate so your area may allow you to be a delegate just by simply you apply to become a delegate.
# 4 : You must learn roberts rules of order, this is a must, roberts rules is the language used during conventions and meetings, if you don't understand roberts rules you will be at an extreme disadvantage.
# 5 : You must show up to every delegate meeting, if you do not, you could and probably will lose your spot as a delegate and your spot will go to an alternate delegate. You must stay inm it until the end.
# 6 : If all of your delegates slots are filled, you need to register to become an alternate delegate, the alternates will obtain the spot of a delegate should the delegate not show up for a meeting and the alternate will take their place as a delegate.
# 7 : I encourage everyone who is not a delegate to become one NOW, some of you have probably already missed your chance to ceome a delegate because the registration process has ended, call your chairman tomorrow.