Mercer County Ohio Republican Party
Central Committee Meetings
Next Election: 2023 Primary Election
Filing Deadline: February 1, 2023
Election Day: May 2, 2023
Offices on the ballot include:
Local Republican Party takes action on Title IX
There is a "New" Prosecutor in Town!
Mercer County Republican Central Committee met on
November 21, 2023 to appoint a new Prosecutor
2022 Mercer County Republican Fair Tent
Candidates and visitors gather to talk politics. Candidates visiting the tent today: US Senate Candidate JD Vance, Supreme Court Justice Pat DeWine, County Commissioner Candidate Dave Buschur, Congressman Bob Latta, State Rep Candidate Angie King and Auditor (Candidate) Randy Grapner.
Mercer County Republican Party Chairman
Bob Hibner at the 2022 Lake Festival Parade
Supreme Court Justice Sharon Kennedy
Speaks at the Mercer County Republican Party Headquarters
March 25, 2022 Reagan Day & Pre-primary Election Rally with keynote speaker,
syndicated radio talk show host, NewMaxTV, and author of the "Woke Folk", Mark Kaye at
Romer's Banquet Facility in St. Henry, Ohio
Six of the seven Republican candidates running for US Senate participated in the first of several forums, answering questions from moderators and audience
Attending the forum (L to R) (2021)
is sworn in as Celina City Auditor by Judge Speelman
Representing 8th District Congressman Warren Davidson
Speakes at the 2022 Right to Life Send Off
Republican Party Reagan Day
2021 event at
The St. Henry American Legion
Congressman Warren Davidson and Congressman Jim Jordan
visit Mercer County
Mercer County Fair Tent (2021)
8th Congressional Representative, Warren Davidson
visits the Mercer County Fair (2021)
The Trump Boat Parade (2020)
Fantastic Event on Grand Lake St. Marys
The Trump Tractor Parade (2020)
Congratulations to the folks who organized another great
event in Ft. Recovery
Mercer County Ohio Republican Elected Official
Back Row: Commissioner: Greg Homan, Prosecutor: Matt Fox,, Auditor: Randy Grapner,
Clerk of Courts: Cal Freeman, Commissioner: Rick Muhlenkamp, Engineer: Jim Wiechart, Sheriff: Jeff Grey
Front Row: Treasurer: Dave Wolters, Commissioner: Jerry Laffin, Recorder Angie King,
Judge Kathy Speelman, Judge Matt Gilmore
Mercer County Republican Headquarters
Paid for by Mercer County Republican Party, Anne Staugler Treasurer
Not paid for by any Candidate or Candidate Committee
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State School Board Member
Speaks to Mercer County Republicans about Schools in our district implementing
Critical Race Theory
8th District Congressman Warren Davidson helps display pro-life shirt
2020 to 2022
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The political parties are made up of registered voters who participate in Primary Elections.
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(aptly named primary, because that's where it all begins) is the nominating process by which candidates are chosen by the members or those affiliated, to represent their political party on a "General Election" ballot
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The Leadership is by legal definition called a Central Controlling Committee. The roster of names is listed at the Mercer County Board of Election Website and then click on "Political Parties".
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