Regional Chair

The County Constitution states: 

County Regional Chairs - shall serve as liaisons between the County Executive Committee and the precinct chairs. The term of office shall be two years.


            The Regional Chair serves as a liaison between the County Executive Committee and the Precinct Chairs. Regional Chairs must be residents of the region they oversee and be registered Republican voters. Regional Chairs are elected at the Summit County Republican Organizing Convention and are part of the Summit County Executive Committee and the County Central Committee.

Duties of a Regional Chair

  • Report to the Executive Committee on the actions of the Precinct Chairs
  • Strategize, support and implement Get Out the Vote efforts
  • Establishing phone banks and block walks targeting and canvassing voters
  • Welcome new Precinct Chairs and provide orientation materials
  • Preparing for and conducting the precinct and county conventions
  • Help to establish a budget
    • Serve a 2-year term (from the date elected to the adjournment of the County Organizing Convention in which a new chair is elected)
  • Strategize, participate in and oversee County fund raising efforts
  • Recruiting, training, and managing volunteers and volunteer program
  • Train precinct chairs in their duties