Grand County Republicans

GOP Political Information for Grand County, Colorado







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About Grand County Republicans

The Grand County Republican Central Committee promotes conservative values and we believe in equal opportunity, not equal distribution. We believe in compassionate programs that afford those in need a hand up, not a hand out. The old adage ‘give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime’ is truer today than ever. We invite you to engage in the conversation! We believe GOP today stands for “Grand Opportunity Party” and we work locally to get responsibly conservative candidates elected to public office. We hold several events throughout the year and plan on making updates/adding new events to the calendar frequently by viewing the Calendar Tab. Get to know us!

For 2023 our local Grand County GOP meetings are scheduled on the first Monday of every month at the Granby Library in the evening from 6:30-8:00 PM. Optional dinner will be planned before the monthly meeting at Maverick’s Grille at 15 East Agate Avenue, Granby, CO  from 5:00-6:30PM. RSVP to the Secretary, if you plan to attend the dinner, so we can get a head count.

NOTICE:  The Grand County GOP through the upcoming summer months is recruiting candidates for Officers and Precinct Chairmen for the upcoming 2023-2024 election years. These are voluntary positions and any County registered Republican is invited to participate. If you are interested in contributing your time to support our upcoming elections, please contact any of our GOP Officers listed herein or sign up via email on this website or at the Contact Us tab.


Chair: David Buckley

Vice-chair: Carl Wood

Secretary : Rebecca Guthrie

Treasurer: Mike Lambert

Director of Communication: Dan Osborne

Director of Volunteers: Jessica Smolleck

Director of Membership: Robert Parry

District 1 Captain: Ryan Zorn

District 2 Captain: Laddie Coburn

District 3 Captain: David Buckley

GCRCC: All Republican Elected Officials residing in the County, all Elected Officers, and all Precinct Chairmen


Values and Characteristics of a Public Official

  1. Integrity:  adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; honesty; truthfulness.
  2. Respectful:  showing or having respect for all.
  3. Communication:  be a good communicator who has the ability to mentally move and motivate any audience.
  4. Commitment:  commitment requires courage and defies difficulties and distractions.
  5. Code of Ethics:  Public officials should guard against clear cases of unethical conduct.

Monthly Meeting Information

When: The first Monday of every month
Where: Granby Library at 55 East Zero, Granby, CO 80446
When: 6:30 to 8:00PM. in Library Meeting Room

Verify upcoming meeting dates and times by emailing through our contact us page.