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April 23, 2015 7:32 pm

Feb-March-April Meeting Recaps

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We’ve had excellent meetings so far in 2015! Thanks to all who attend and support the SCRP’s efforts!


February– Mayoral Candidate forum, all registered Republicans running for Mayor were invited.

March– Forum with Sedgwick County Commissioners Richard Ranzau, Jim Howell, Dave Unruh and Karl Peterjohn

April– Susan Estes gave a guest presentation: The Republican Party, from Precinct to President.


Save the dates for our upcoming meetings!

May 21

June 18

July 23


January 17, 2015 10:18 pm


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January Meeting Join us on Thursday, January 22 for our monthly SCRP meeting.  All Republican candidates who have filed to run for Wichita City Council have been invited to attend.Wichita Area Builders Association

730 N. Main, Wichita, Kansas

6:30 PM Social* 7:00 PM Meeting

*doors open at 6:30 PM




The Kansas Republican Party will host its Convention Jan 30, 31 in Topeka. You won’t want to miss this great event!

Receptions with all federal and statewide elected officials and a special Sunflower Showdown Watch Party hosted by Sen. Jerry Moran!

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Guest Speakers

US REP TREY GOWDY.Congressman from South Carolina, scourage of the Obama administraton’s conduct from the IRS to Obamacare to Benghazi.


Freshman Senator from Iowa. First female veteran in the US Senate. Giving the Republican response to the State of the Union.

Congressman Steve Russell.Freshman Congressman from Oklahoma. Led the Army unit that captured Saddam Hussein. 

December 6, 2014 9:22 pm

Sedgwick County delegates to KSGOP elected.

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Delegates from the 4th District’s county Republican parties met in Wichita for their reorganizational meeting.  New officers were elected along with delegates who will represent the 4th District to the Kansas Republican Party State Committee.  Congressman Mike Pompeo joined us, thanked activists for their hard work and provided an update from Congress.

Congratulations to the newly elected leaders who will serve until December 2016.


Chairman Bob Dool (Sedgwick Co)

Vice Chairman Marcia Wheatcroft (Cowley Co)

Secretary Kenya Cox (Sedgwick Co)

Treasurer Keith Dater (Sedgwick Co)

Sedgwick County Delegates to the Kansas Republican Party

Linda Baker, Jennifer Baysinger, Sue Colaluca, Lora Cox, Kenya Cox, Keith Dater, Joseph Elmore, Susan Estes, Dalton Glasscock, Sean Hatfield, Ric Macias, Kathy Herzog, Jim John, Todd Johnson, Robyn Johnson, Mark Kahrs, Shirley Koehn, John Lewis Jr, Carl Maughan, Toni Porter, Tamara Woods, Mike Zamrzla,


Sedgwick County Alternates to the Kansas Republican Party

Jeremy Alessi, Morgan Anderson, Emil Bergquist, Eugene Brand, Nathan Cox, Melinda Craft, Rosie Dool, Joshua Hofer, Leah Howell, Suyapa Journey, Angela Lovelace, Charlotte Hays, Karma Mason, Carly Miller, Sheree Nikkel Gerig, Lucynda Raben, Sean Robinson, Roman Rodriguez, Jessie Schoech, Juvetta Slane, James Thomas, Carol Webb

November 11, 2014 8:28 pm

Sedgwick County GOP Elects New Officers

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The Sedgwick County Republican Central Committee elected new officers on Tuesday who will lead the party through the 2016 election cycle.

Todd Johnson was elected chairman, Lora Cox was elected vice chair, Sue Colaluca was elected secretary, and Jennifer Baysinger was elected Treasurer.


The committee then elected 80 delegates and 82 alternate delegates to the 4th Congressional District Central Committee, who will choose delegates to the State Republican Committee.

The SCRP extends our profound thanks to outgoing chairman Bob Dool for leading the party for four very successful years. Republicans made significant gains under Chairman Dool’s leadership.


IMG_1033 Dalton Glasscock, founder of Sedgwick County Teenage Republicans and current Wichita State CR, presented Chairman Dool with a departing gift.


November 9, 2014 10:23 pm

We Won. Everything.

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What a wonderful evening of celebration we had on Tuesday in our local, state and national elections! We want to thank every voter, every precinct committee person, every volunteer for dedicating yourself to our great cause and bringing home a great victory!

Thank you to Senator Jerry Moran for helping us host an incredible election party.

A snapshot of our victories in KS: All 4 Congressional seats, including the 4th district, a 3rd term for Congressman Mike Pompeo

We won our US Senate race in KS!

 While Senator Roberts celebrated in Topeka, we were glad to have his 4th District Campaign Team (David Jorgensen, Laura Schlapp, Lora Cox, Jonathan Dennill, Dalton Glasscock, Carly Miller, Jessie Schoech, Mercedes Blackwood and Tyler Church) with us in Sedgwick County on Election Night. We won all statewide races, another KSGOP Clean Sweep- thanks to YOU! Governor Brownback & Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer

 State Treasurer Ron Estes & family – our former Sedgwick County Treasurer recieved more votes than any candidate!

Secretary of State Kris Kobach

Attorney General Derek Schmidt

our new statewide elected official, Ken Selzer, Insurance Commissioner Locally, Dave Unruh, Richard Ranzau and Jim Howell were elected to the  Sedgwick County Commission   

 Statewide, the Kansas House will have 3 more Republicans, a total of 95!   81 Blake Carpenter 82 Pete DeGraaf 85 Steve Brunk 87... View Article

October 30, 2014 3:23 pm

Judicial Retention Voter Guide

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We have received a lot of questions about who to support and who to oppose on the Judicial retention and judicial election ballot items.  We put together this Voter Guide with our recommendations. Click the link below to view the Voter Guide, and share with your friends!

Judicial Voting Guide 2014

October 21, 2014 9:15 am

Voting Has Begun!

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This is shaping up to be one of the closest elections in Kansas history.  It is absolutely critical that every single Republican makes sure their vote is counted.  The Democrats are counting on the overwhelming majority of Kansas Republicans to stay home and hand them the election.  We cannot let that happen.  With so many opportunities to vote between now until the last vote is counted, please make sure your voice is heard, and lets make another Clean Sweep!

Advance voting began on Wednesday, October 15, with those who have requested to vote by mail receiving their ballots this week.  If you requested a mail advance ballot, you must vote using that ballot.  If you go to the polls on Election Day after receiving an advance ballot, you will be required to vote a provisional ballot.  If you requested an advance ballot, your ballot must be received by the election office by 7pm on Election Day, November 4, 2014.

If you would like to vote in advance by mail, click here to request an advance ballot by mail using this form.

Advance Voting in person begins on October 22, 2014 at the Sedgwick County Election Office.  Satellite advance voting sites begin on October 28, 2014.

If you would like to vote early in person, click here to find the early voting locations.

September 13, 2014 9:41 pm

Open House at the HQ!

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Thursday, September 18

9414 W Central, Wichita KS 67212

6:30 PM


Hear from Rep. Gene Suellentrop and GET INVOLVED in the 2014 Clean Sweep efforts! Sign up for Super Walk Days and parades and start making phone calls to voters! See you Thursday!

September 3, 2014 11:49 pm

Welcome to the New

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The Sedgwick County Republican Party has outgrown our old website!  We developed the new to allow easier and more frequent updating of the site.  We hope you find this site easier to navigate. The new design will allow us to provide more content and timely information to the members and voters of Sedgwick County.

The new site is still a work in progress.  We have many new features planned to help get the most out of our online presence, which will ultimately benefit our candidates.   Please use the comments below, contact us on the Contact page, or find us on Facebook to offer your ideas and suggestions on what you would like to see and how we can best make use of the new website.

On to victory in November!