GMRW Republican Candidate Communication and Petition Policies
Candidate’s Petitions, Posters, and Flyers
These rules apply to all Republican GMRW sponsored gatherings.
Communications sent by Granite Mountain Republican Women on behalf of Republican candidates include, but may not be limited to, Constant Contact, GMRW website and Facebook postings.
Republican candidates for elected office will be allowed:
2 CC’s for primary election purposes
2 CC’s for general election purposes
CC’s include announcements of candidacy, meet & greet notifications, biography and platform statements, and other notifications for candidacy. The candidate or their campaign manager only must provide graphics for publication to the President and Communications Chair along with the request to publish 1 week (7 days) prior to publication for approval.
Republican candidates may provide a biography and platform statement for publication on the GMRW website. All requests must be made by the candidate and/or campaign manager only. Graphics must be included and received by President and Communications Chair 1 week prior to publication for approval.
Republican candidates are limited to 2 postings in a primary election. For general election, if only 1 Republican is running, postings are unlimited. If more than 1 Republican candidate is running, then postings are limited to 2 per candidate. Graphics, etc. must be provided by candidate or campaign manager only and must be approved prior to posting.
Republican candidates may be invited to attend and speak to the members of GMRW at a monthly meeting. Candidates pay the cost of their meal in order to attend and agree to speak to their platform and answer member questions.
Campaign materials (flyers, buttons, yard signs, etc.) must remain outside the meeting area.
Arizona Election Information:
2022 General Election – November 8, 2022
In order to ensure a fruitful “harvest” in the general election, we must all rally around the Republican candidates and do all we can to support and get them elected in November over their Democrat counterparts.