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Clint Blaney: Chairman



Greg Hopkins: Vice-Chairman

Greg Hopkins was born and raised in Nineveh, Pennsylvania. The sixth generation Greene County native graduated from Slippery Rock University in 1994.  Greg played 11 years in the Arena Football League and was inducted into the AFL Hall of Fame.  “Team Hopkins” ran for Pennsylvania State Representative in 2006 & 2008 and remains active in the Greene County Republican Party.

Betsy McClure: Republican State Committee Representative

Betsy McClure took the oath of office also serving currently as a Greene County Commissioner on Monday, January 6, 2020, beginning a term of office dedicated to advancing the interests of all citizens of Greene County. She believes in an open door policy, and encourages Greene County citizens to attend County meetings and become a positive part of our government.


Donna Whipkey: Treasurer


Mark Starastanko: Secretary

Our Committee is made up of precinct committee men and women from each township, borough or area in Greene County PA. To learn more about how to become involved or become a part of the precinct committee, see more information below. Please inquire with the Republican Committee for more information and if a position is available for your area.

What is a Precinct Committeeman?

A city, town, or county is divided into precincts, each consisting of a voting place. When a person casts their vote in person, they go to their local precinct to cast their vote.


Each precinct has at least 1 GOP precinct committeeman. The precinct committeeman represents the GOP in that precinct. All of the precinct committeemen within the city or county (unit) are members of the unit committee. In Virginia, for example, there are 132 unit committees throughout the state. The position of Precinct Committeeman is either elected or appointed.

A precinct committeeman is the grassroots of the Republican Party.  It is also a good place to start for people interested in running for political office.

Responsibilities of a Precinct Committeeman

  • Get Out The Vote (GOTV)

  • Distribute Campaign Literature

  • Attend Unit Meetings

  • Assist in Voter Registration

  • Help Elect Republican Candidates

  • Provide Voter Education

  • Vote for Precinct Committee Chairman

  • Other

How to Become a Precinct Committeeman

A precinct committeeman is an elected position. The typical requirements are that you are a registered voter in the precinct for which you want to be a committeeman, you request a committeeman form from the precinct chairman, gather a number of signatures, return the completed form, and then you are voted on for the position. Often these positions are uncontested. If you are applying when an upcoming election is not scheduled, you may be appointed to the position.

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