BCRW, Inc is dedicated to the promotion of the Republican philosophy and the election of Republican candidates by being involved through the educational, political, and social processes for the benevolence of the local, state, and national Republican party.
Monthly Meeting and Coffee Social, featuring knowledgeable dynamic guest speakers on a variety of topics, including local, federal and state elected Republican officials
Full voting rights and privileges (does not apply to associate members)
Frequent e-mail updates regarding campaign volunteer opportunities for Republican candidates and BCRW, Inc. current activities.
Membership dues are non-refundable
Types of Membership
Regular Membership $30
Any woman is eligible for regular membership upon payment of dues for that fiscal year.
A regular member may speak, vote, hold office and serve on committees.
Sustaining Membership $35
Any woman is eligible for sustaining membership upon payment of dues for that fiscal year.
A sustaining member has full privileges of an regular membership.
The optional donation has a higher benefit for the organization.
Associate Membership $15
Any woman who belongs to another Republican women's club is eligible for associate
membership upon payment of dues for that fiscal year. She may attend and participate in
all BCRW, Inc. functions. However, she does not have full voting rights and privileges.
Any Republican man, including spouses of active members, is eligible for associate
membership upon payment of dues for that fiscal year. He may attend and participate
in all BCRW, Inc. activities. However, he does not have full voting rights and privileges.
IF YOU CHOOSE THE "PAY NOW" BUTTON, YOU WILL PAY WITH YOUR CREDIT/DEBIT CARD
THRU SQUARE. A PROCESSING FEE OF $1.50 IS ADDED TO THE MEMBERSHIP FEE.
Our Members Are Active!
Bonner County Republican Women, Inc don't just talk the talk. Our members are involved throughout the community.
Many of our members also serve on the Bonner County Republican Central Committee, CALS, Life Choices, Lakes Commission, maintain blogs, attend and participate in local meetings, have run for elected office and/or volunteered on local campaigns, and more.