The Nevada Republican Club was established 1981 and we are happy to be celebrating our 35th year as a conservative organization in Las Vegas. Our membership is constantly growing but many of our members have been involved for multiple years…some for all 35 of those years! They enjoy the opportunity to stay involved with the club and keep abreast of new trends, people and activities in conservative politics. Membership is open to US Citizens and legal residents of voting age and dues of $25 are paid annually at the beginning of each calendar year. Members are entitled to a $5 discount on luncheon ticket pricing and receive regular e-mails about upcoming events and activities.
Complete the form here to sign up. And don’t forget to order your name badge with the Nevada Republican Club identifier as well. Name badges take 4-6 weeks and are available for $10. They can be ordered when you pay your membership dues.
"We enjoyed the chance to get away from classes and participate in this luncheon event. We felt very welcomed by other attendees"
College students Kasim Hakim, Nickon Mashood, and Austin Lee attend the January 2016 luncheon. All three said they would attend another luncheon in the near future.
"I want to take my country back and these luncheons provide me with information that can help me get involved."
Linda recently joined the Nevada Republican Club. She enjoys the luncheons because she learns a lot about important issues and can spend time with other like-minded individuals. She told us that she is getting more involved because she “wants to take her country back and do what I can to keep the government from taking away more of my freedom”. Linda is a new member that joined in December of 2015.
"I traveled from Arizona to attend the luncheon today"
Tony Rivero, elected in November 2014 to the Arizona House of Representatives, District 21
Enjoyed the luncheon and the opportunity to network with others. He said it was great to attend the event and be with “other people who care about the country and our nation.” Tony traveled from Arizona to join us for the luncheon in January