Skagit County Republican Party Platform - 2016

2016 Platform

At the county convention on April 9th, the Skagit County Republican Party adopted its 2016 platform.  It reflects the conservative positions and values of the convention delegates as well as the many caucus attendees who elected those delegates to represent their precincts on February 20th.   The link to the platform is below.


Whatcom Excavator: Envision Skagit 2060 - RIP?

The Whatcom Excavator has published commentary on Envision Skagit 2060

Our friends to the north who host the Whatcom Excavator have published an important and timely commentary on Envision Skagit 2060, the "envisioning" program the county attempted to get the SCOG to accept.  It can be accessed here.  Suggest you read the reader comments as well as they are spirited and poignant.  

Envision Skagit 2060 - A Critical Appraisal

An indepth examination of Skagit County's plan for the next 50 years

by Gary Hagland 


            “I have to admit, creating a fear of naturally occurring phenomena like the weather and temperature in order to achieve power while providing a justification to steal both money and freedom is medieval, but conceptually brilliant.”

July 2017 Chairmans Corner

Please do not miss the annual SCRP Summer Salmon Barbeque.  This years event will begin at noon on Saturday, July 22nd at the Burlington Park Skagit County Playfields.  Our special guest speaker is Glen Morgan, Glen is past Director of the Freedom Foundation and current Executive Director of the Washington State CAPR (Citizens Alliance for Property Rights).  Please see the SCRP website for more information.


The Skagit Republican Womans Club hosted a Conservative Values Forum on June 14th at Skagit Valley's Farmhouse Restaurant.  The topic was Voter Fraud in Washington State and the speaker, Tom McCabe did a fabulous presentation.  Tom is the CEO of the Freedom Foundation and served in Washington, D.C. as Director of Congressional Affairs for the U.S.


Published May 10th, La Conner Weekly News by Sandy Stokes

   Organizers were hoping the annual Lincoln-Reagan Day Dinner put on by the Skagit County Republican Party would draw a good crowd.  As it was, 194 attendees crammed into the Bertelsen Winery Event Centre on Starbird Road Saturday to hear guest speakers, Elaine Willman and Marty McClendon.  Skagit GOP Party Chairman Bill Bruch said the event, advertised at $60 per person, was sold out and then some.

Skagit GOP Office Open Tuesday through Saturday

Our Skagit GOP Office HQ at 2021 E. College Way in Mt Vernon is open five days a week: Tuesday through Saturday from 10 AM to 2 PM or by appointment (360) 820-1700.