The Sumter County Republican Party recently conducted a training session for its precinct committeepersons as it prepares for the upcoming election cycle.
The training session was designed to instruct the precinct committeepersons on proven electoral strategies, skill sets, and the tools needed to help elect Republican candidates to office.
“The principal mission of the Sumter County Republican Party is to elect Republicans to office,” said Samantha Scott, Chairperson of the Sumter County Republican Party. “That includes local, state, and national candidates,” she added.
“To that end, the Sumter County Republican Party will undertake a robust effort in the upcoming months to educate our committeepersons on how to motivate the voters of our county to vote for Republican candidates. We have to be proactive.” Scott emphasized.
Several months ago, Scott appointed a select committee of REC members to create a comprehensive training course for precinct committeepersons.
As a result, the committee crafted an interactive training course which covered such topics as learning the philosophical differences between the conservative message of the Republican Party and that of the liberal Democrats, understanding the Republican Party’s structure and organization, how to identify and attract new voters, and how to get out those voters to the polls.