Meet the SCC
The State Central Committee (SCC) is the governing body of the Utah Republican Party. The SCC is the Legislative Branch of the Republican Party, similar in function to Congress. One of the duties of the SCC is to be a check and balance on the Executive Committee, the Chair, Vice-chair, Secretary, and Treasurer of the Party.
The majority of members of the SCC are not professional, full time politicians. They are well informed citizens who volunteer to help the Republican Party run smoothly.
Members of the SCC are elected by County Delegates, which are elected by voting members of the Republican Party at their neighborhood (precinct) caucus meeting.
SCC members tend to align closely with the Party Platform, but in general, they reflect the views of those who attend the caucus meetings?
Who attends the caucus meetings and selects the County Delegates who choose the SCC members? Caucus attendees tend to come from a variety of professions and viewpoints. Your caucus is probably comprised primarily of teachers, sheriff/police officers, government workers, and other blue collar Republicans.
One of the primary goals of Delegate Digest is to increase attendance at neighborhood caucus meetings to help improve representation at the neighborhood level.