Registration Instructions!

The 2015 OKGOP State Convention will convene on Saturday, April 11 at Crossroads Church located at 8901 S. Shields Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73149. Check-in will open at 7:00 AM.

To attend the state convention this year, you must register online as a delegate or as a guest before April 7 at 5:00 pm.

Register here

Voter ID will also be required in order to check in the morning of. If you have any questions or comments, please email


If Passed, Senate Bill 233 Would be the Biggest April Fool’s Joke Ever Imposed on Oklahoma Republican Voters

Randy_Brogdon_Profile_Picture_02.jpgCurrently there is pending legislation to opt out of the Super Tuesday primary elections on March 1st and move the Oklahoma primaries as far back as April 5th. At the behest of Chairman Dave Weston, without the approval or acknowledgment of the State Committee, SB 233 was presented and passed in the Senate. Now the bill is waiting to be heard on Wednesday, April 1st, in the Elections and Ethics Committee chaired by Representative Paul Wesselhoft.

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Republican Activist of 27 Years & Former OKGOP Vice-Chair Endorses Brogdon


On April 11th, Oklahoma Republicans will elect, or re-elect, the State Chair of the Oklahoma Republican Party. This is a critical election about the future of our party in Oklahoma. I’ve been involved in the Oklahoma Republican Party for more than 27 years, serving as my Precinct Chair for most of those years, serving as Chair of the Oklahoma County Republicans when George W. was elected, and then as Vice Chair of the State Party during those trying times when John McCain was our nominee. And I’ve held almost every office possible within the party, either being appointed or elected to serve my fellow Republicans.

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Former Cleveland County GOP Vice-Chair Endorses Brogdon for Chairman


Former Cleveland County Republican Party Vice-Chair and current editor for the Oklahoma Constitution Newspaper, Steve Byas, has endorsed Randy Brogdon for State GOP Chairman.

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Caddo County Republican Party Backs Brogdon


As Chairman of Caddo County Republican Party and with the unanimous support of the entire Executive Committee, hereby endorse Randy Brogdon as State Chairman for the Republican Party of Oklahoma.

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Logan County Republican Party Endorses Brogdon for State Chairman


As the chairman of the Logan County Republican Party, it gives me great pleasure to announce that our executive committee has voted unanimously to support and endorse Randy Bordon for the State Chairman of the Oklahoma Republican Party.  Randy has been to Logan County on many occasions in the past couple of years and his ability to articulate the principles of the Republican Party and energize our group is exactly what this state needs to get the confidence back to the grassroots and bring the party back to the people.

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Republican Leaders Back Brogdon for State Chairman


Tulsa, OK – Republican leaders in the House and Senate have endorsed Randy Brogdon for the position of Oklahoma’s next Republican Party State Chairman. Senator Anthony Sykes joins Representatives Jason Murphey and Republican Caucus Chairman, David Brumbaugh in support of Brogdon.

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Cotton County Republican Party Endorses Brogdon for State GOP Chairman


Walters, Oklahoma – The Republican Party of Cotton County, with the enthusiastic and unanimous support of the entire executive committee, has voted to endorse Randy Brogdon for Republican State Chairman.

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Let's Continue 160 years of Republican Tradition


The Republican Party, also commonly called the GOP (for "Grand Old Party"), emerged in 1854 to combat the Kansas–Nebraska Act, which threatened to extend slavery into the territories, and to promote more vigorous modernization of the economy.  Almost 160 years ago the Republican Party was the vanguard for life and liberty.  A century and a half later those principles are still the cornerstone of the GOP.  Following are excerpts of the original Republican Party Platform.

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Are you ready to make a difference?


I'm often asked how to get involved in politics. The question comes out of exasperation and even desperation over political differences.  "How can I make a difference" is the question people most often ask.

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Brogdon announces his bid to run for Republican State Party Chairman

Brogdon announces his bid to run for Republican State Party Chairman...


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