Meet your Garland County Committee
Message from Chairwoman, Marcia Lieblong Albaugh
Let’s change the world! We are fighting for a free and strong America where everyone has the opportunity to achieve the American Dream. A strong Government will create a safer world. It starts in our communities.
Get involved! Together we will work to promote the Republican Platform and elect officials who will follow it. But in order to do that, we must focus on the political fundamentals: 1) raise money, 2) communicate our conservative message, and 3) identify, train, organize and elect Republicans.
What are your passions? Your areas of expertise? We need you! Come join our grassroots organization of diverse people where together we can work for positive change in our community, state, and Federal Governments. Come be a part of the RPGC. Let your voice be heard and your vote count.
Marcia Lieblong Albaugh
Republican Party Garland County Chairwoman
2023 Executive Board
Chairwoman - Marcia Lieblong Albaugh
1st Vice Chairman - Kathy Edds
2nd Vice Chairman - Gene Haley
3rd Vice Chairman - Jim Kerr
Secretary - Abigail (Abby) Rector
Treasurer - Jim Keary
State Committeewoman - Kathy Edds
State Committeeman - Patrick Ingram
District Committeewoman - Stacey Kandlbinder
District Committeeman -Gary Kandlbinder
How We Are Structured
Our party is truly a grassroots organization. From the national level to the County and City level, it all starts with you!
All counties in Arkansas shall have the opportunity to have a Republican County Committee, referred to as the “County Committee”.
The purpose of the County Committee is to assist in the election of qualified Republican candidates to public office and to fulfill the needs of the citizens of the State of Arkansas in a manner consistent with the beliefs and principles of The Republican Party.
County committeemen are the heart and soul of our organization. These are your friends and neighbors who are either elected during a primary or appointed by the county chairman. They go door-to-door in their neighborhoods rallying support for the party and our candidates.
However, and perhaps most importantly, every four years, you are able to vote for a county chairman
The county chairman, along with the executive committee, makes decisions on the direction of the party on the local level. They recruit and support candidates to run for county and city offices. The county chairman is able to vote for a district chairman, vice-chairman, secretary, and treasurer. Marcia Albaugh is the current County Chairwoman.
Each Congressional district has a Republican committee whose purpose is to aid in the election of a Republican Congressman from that particular district. The district chairman and vice-chairman sit on the state committee which is the state party’s governing body. These committeemen are able to vote for a national committeeman and committeewoman as well as for the state chairman.
The state chairman is the head of the Republican party in his/her state. It is their job to support Republican candidates for statewide office. The state chairman is able to vote for the chairman of the Republican National Committee if their state voted Republican in the preceding presidential election, have a Republican majority in their congressional delegation (U.S. representatives and senators), or have Republican governors. JONELLE FULMER is our Arkansas Republican Chairman.
National Committeeman,(JONATHAN BARNETT) and National Committeewoman (MINDY MCALINDON) regardless of which party is in control of their state, are able to vote for a chairman of the Republican National Committee.
Republican National Committee Chairman
The RNC chairman serves a two-year term and guides the party’s national effort to elect a Republican President and Republican members of Congress. Currently, Ronna McDaniel serves as Chair of the RNC.