Sunman GOP Convention Set For August 14

Republicans can show up at Sunman Town Hall Wednesday to vote on their nominees for town offices.

(Sunman, Ind.) – Candidates are needed to run for local office in the Town of Sunman this November.

Ripley County Republican Party Chairwoman Ginger Bradford says the party will hold a convention on Wednesday, August 14 at 7:00 p.m. at Sunman Town Hall.

“The purpose of the convention is to select the Republican candidates for the offices of clerk-treasurer and town council for the November election.  This is standard procedure for a town of fewer than 3,500 residents,” explains Bradford.

Only those registered voters living within the town limits of Sunman and who have voted Republican in past primary elections will be admitted into the convention and permitted to vote.  All attendees must show a valid picture identification, such as a driver’s license.

Pat Scharf will preside as convention chairperson.

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