2020 Prospective County Delegate FAQ Sheet
County Convention FAQ
Q: Why is it important to be a delegate?
A: Eyes are on Republicans—locally and nationally. Coverage of party contests in New Hampshire in Iowa have generated significant press coverage about the unity and enthusiasm for the President in state parties. It is imperative that Republicans show up in record numbers to their local and state conventions to convey the unprecedented excitement about re-electing President Donald J. Trump and other Republican candidates up and down the line.
Q: What does a delegate do?
A: A delegate will attend their county convention and take active participation in the proceedings and take a direct interest in furthering the candidates and principles of the Republican Party of Nebraska. Delegates may elect to stand for election to attend the state convention, where they can further stand for election to be a delegate to the national convention. A separate FAQ for those interested in attending the national convention is available on Kearney2020.com, along with the registration form.
Q: When is my county convention?
A: Kearney2020.com maintains a fully updated calendar of county conventions across Nebraska. Scroll through the dates to find your date, time & location.
Q: Which county do I participate in?
A: You participate in the county where you are legally registered to vote.
Q: Are county conventions open to anyone?
A: County conventions are only open to registered Republicans within the state of Nebraska and credentialed guests at the discretion of local county party chairs.
Q: Where is my county convention?
A: All county conventions will be held the county seat. Kearney2020.com maintains a fully updated calendar of county conventions across Nebraska. Scroll through the dates to find your date, time & location. If your county’s entry has incomplete information, check back regularly or call (402) 475 2122 for additional information.
Q: What are the deadlines associated with attending the county convention?
A: All delegate forms must be submitted to your local county election commissioner or county clerk by March 2, 2020. In the case that you wish to file your form after the deadline, please contact the NEGOP at 402 475 2122. Considerations are made on a case by case basis.