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Hello

The Communications Committee --a.k.a. "Com Com"-- is one of the standing committees of the Marin Republican Central Committee.

Our watch words are: Promote, Protect, Persist!

Communicating an effective message is always a team effort. 

Our current communications team consists of Kernan Jang, Sarah Nagle & Oliver Sloane.

The current Communications Chair is Sarah Nagle.

If you want to help us communicate our message check us out on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and click share. And please consider signing up for our email newsletter. (Think of our newsletter as all the news social media wants to cancel. An average of 1,700 people a day read our communications. Why don't you?)

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram

Social Media, emails, newsletters, texting, slate mailers, press releases, palm cards, op-eds, content creation & so much more...

The Bylaws of the MCRCC state that the Communications Committee: Shall organize programs aimed at two objectives:

  1. Outbound: increasing awareness of the the MCRCC’s goals and activities throughout Marin County and

  2. Inbound: increasing the MCRCC's understanding of the issues and priorities of the issues and priorities of the conservative and moderate residents of Marin County that the MCRCC represents. The Communications Committee's chair shall serve as the MCRCC's principle contact person with the press. The MCRCC Chairman with the advice and consent of the MCRCC shall appoint the Chairman and other committee members.

Contact

Questions? Ideas? Hate-mail? Contact us!

The Communications Committee Doesn't Live On Social Media! Our Primary Purpose Is "Communications" --We Communicate In Any Venue We Can! Yes, We Run An E-Mail List, Write Letters To The Editor, Write Op-Eds When We Can & Do In-Person Outreach At The County Fair! We Do Retail Politics! We Are An Out Of The Box Committee!

Year in Review

The Communications Committee is goal focused, action orientated & transparent about our mission, our successes & our failures. We're constantly changing the tools we use to achieve our goals. If Facebook doesn't want "conservatives" we'll find other platforms. If direct print mail is too expensive we'll build an email list by creating local content Marin voters care about. If the media doesn't want to cover Republican news, we'll cover our own news --in a far more fair and fact based way than the average journalist does these days. And yes, we give a monthly report every month recapping what we've done in the past 4 weeks & what we intend to do in the next 4 weeks.

One of our major goals for 2023 was list segmentation --we "segmented" our Marin email list so we could focus on hyper-local issues --traffic in Fairfax, flooding in San Anselmo, rent control in Larkspur, homelessness in San Rafael-- and deliver local news about local events directly to subscribers email boxes.

What Does One Week of a Local E-mail Strategy Look Like? It can look like 5 different customized emails to San Rafael, Tiburon, Sausalito, Corte Madera & Larkspur!

Getting to know you... getting to know all about you...
To communicate a message effectively, the communications committee spends a lot of time listening... As a result we know a lot about what makes Marin Republicans tick.

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