Welcome to the Saint Paul Republican City Committee (SPRCC)
This is the official website for the city of Saint Paul Republicans and Conservatives. We welcome the participation of all residents in Saint Paul who subscribe to the Republican philosophy.
We believe we are “endowed by our Creator with certain inalienable rights.” We support defending the right to life, protecting religious and political liberties, the pursuit of happiness, and expect that government treats all of its citizens equally under the law.
We reaffirm the United States Constitution’s fundamental principles: limited government, separation of powers, individual liberty, and the rule of law. We denounce bigotry, racism, anti-Semitism, ethnic prejudice, and religious intolerance. Therefore, we oppose discrimination based on race, sex, religion, creed, disability, or national origin and support statutes to end such discrimination. As the Party of Abraham Lincoln (Emancipation Proclamation) and Ulysses S. Grant (First Civil Rights President) we must continue to foster solutions to America’s difficult challenges when it comes to race relations today. We continue to encourage equality for all citizens and access to the American Dream. Merit and hard work should determine advancement in our society, so we reject unfair preferences, quotas, and set-asides as forms of discrimination. Our ranks include Americans from every faith and tradition, and we respect the right of each American to follow his or her deeply held beliefs.
The SPRCC supports those who stand strong in the face of danger so that the American people may be protected against it. We are eternally grateful to the men and women of
- Our Military
- Our Law Enforcement
- Our Firefighters
- Our First Responders
- Our Doctors, Nurses, and other Medical Staff
for every community across the City of Saint Paul, our State of Minnesota, and across the United States of America.
Finally, we have the upmost respect for those who choose education for their professional occupation. Our teachers and administrators are under appreciated, under paid, and over regulated. We believe our teachers, not Washington and not even the state government, should decide what is the best teaching method in their classrooms. We all want to see our youth grow up to be thriving adults in our community. Let our teachers decide the best method to get our youth to learn Science, Technology, Reading, Math, History, and the Arts.
We also believe Parents – not Washington and State bureaucrats – should be the chief decision makers when it comes to their children’s education. School choice, voucher, homeschooling, and charter programs are just a few methods Republicans advocate to empower parents and provide greater opportunities to children regardless of their zip code. By introducing competition into our education system, lower income families have the chance to rise up and break the cycle of poverty. Our Party deeply believes in decentralizing our education system to return power back to you, the family, and your community.
Stay Informed – Links to Other Republican and Government Websites
Minnesota Federation of Republican Women
Minnesota Log Cabin Republicans
Asian American Republicans of Minnesota
Hispanic Republican Assembly of Minnesota
Minnesota College Republicans
Minnesota Young Republicans
Republican Seniors of Minnesota
Minnesota Jewish Coalition (Facebook)
Minnesota Organization of Republican Veterans
Minnesota Republican Liberty Caucus (Facebook)
National Black Republican Association
Jewish Republican Alliance
Turning Point USA
Republican Liberty Caucus
MN Congressional District 4 Republicans
Minnesota Senate Republicans
Minnesota New House Republican Caucus
Minnesota House Republican Caucus
Republican National Committee
National Republican Senate Committee
National Republican Congressional Committee
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Who can register and vote in Minnesota?
You must be:
- A U.S. citizen
- At least 18 years old on Election Day
- A resident of Minnesota for 20 days
- Finished with all parts of any felony sentence
- You can vote while under guardianship unless a judge specifically has revoked your right to vote.
- You cannot vote if a court has ruled that you are legally incompetent.
Do I have to register if I move or change names?
You must re-register each time you change address, change names or do not vote at least once during a four-year period. Update your registration by completing a new registration application.
Is there a registration deadline?
Unlike many states, you can wait until Election Day to register in Minnesota. However, we encourage you to register before Election Day—it will save you time at the polling place.
- The deadline to register online is 11:59 p.m., 21 days before Election Day.
- The deadline to register on paper is 5 p.m., 21 days before Election Day.
- Otherwise, you can register on Election Day at your polling place.
Above information is from the Minnesota Secretary of State’s Website: sos.state.mn.us/registration_FAQs
MAR 8 Township Elections
JUN 24 Vote by mail or in personJune 24 through August 8 for the Primary
JUL 19 Register in advance byJuly 19 to save time on Primary Election Day
AUG 9 Primary Election
SEP 23 Vote by mail or in personSeptember 23 through November 7
OCT 18 Register in advance byOctober 18 to save time on Election Day
NOV 8 Election Day