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As a non-profit organization, the Fairfax Republicans stay informed, engaged and active in the needs of our party, as well as the needs of our County, Virginia and the nation. Our representative republic only works when civic-minded people take an active role in government and our party depends on our volunteers to help make it all happen.

Volunteering is a great way to meet new friends and gain a better understanding of how our Republic works. Volunteering is the way each of us can help keep our rights, our liberty and our freedom – the values of our Republican creed. We encourage everyone to participate in the process of our government and work to keep this great republic intact so we can pass it on to generations of Americans yet to come.

Complete the volunteer form, contact us at 703-766-4467, email us at volunteer@fairfaxgop.org  or visit our headquarters in Fairfax City, 4246 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, VA  22030.

Precinct Volunteers

There are 244 precincts in Fairfax County and we still have openings in many of them for Precinct Captains, as well as openings for precinct volunteers to reach out to our voters with appeals to support our Republican candidates and issues.

We provide in-depth training and the right tools for Precinct work. This job is essential to our rebuilding the Republican party in Fairfax – give it a try!

Election Officers

Election Officers play the central role in keeping our elections fair. In Fairfax County, these officers open the voting polls, run the polls during the election, ensuring fairness in the voting procedures, and then close the polls at the end of the day. Election officers are paid for the day’s work as employees of Fairfax County.

Grassroots Activism

There’s a volunteer job here for everyone – and we’ll provide you with the necessary training and tools to do a good job.
  • Volunteer at the polls
  • Serve as an Election Officer
  • Register voters
  • Be a neighborhood captain
  • Become a Member of the Fairfax GOP
  • Join a Republican Women's Club
  • Host a candidate event
  • Contact voters by phone or text
Have other ideas? Send us your interests in the online volunteer form, or contact us by email at volunteer@fairfaxgop.org.

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2024 U.S. Senate & Congressional Primary

GOP Primary Election Day is Tuesday, June 18

Election Calendar

  • Early voting opens 5/3
  • 5/28 – Deadline to register to vote (otherwise, same-day registration with provisional ballot)
  • 6/7 – Deadline to apply for an absentee ballot​
  • 6/8 - One of two Saturdays open for early voting, and additional early voting locations open.
  • Early Voting ends 6/15
  • 6/18 – Election Day

We need you on our team in '24.

Get active in the effort to take back Fairfax County from the progressives hellbent on raising taxes, coddling criminals, and socializing public schools.
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