INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Republicans announced today that they will hold their 2020 biennial convention in Indianapolis. The convention will bring 1,800 Hoosiers from across the state together in the state’s capital city.
“Under the leadership of Governor Holcomb and Republicans across the state, we are Putting People First,” said Kyle Hupfer, chairman of the Indiana Republican Party. “Republicans are delivering new jobs, record infrastructure investment and exciting new opportunities for all Hoosiers, which will be on full display next year from our state convention in Indianapolis to communities throughout Indiana.”
Official activities at the Indiana Republican State Convention will be held on Saturday, June 20, 2020, at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis. This follows the history-making 2018 Indiana Republican State Convention, which was held in Evansville and outside the state’s capital for only the second time in state history.
Convention delegates, who will be elected from each county during the May 2020 primary, will vote to nominate next year’s Republican candidates for lieutenant governor and attorney general. Activities for delegates will also be planned for Friday, June 19.
Click here to view the State Convention Official Call and a breakdown of the number of delegates allocated to each county, which is based on the number of Republican votes cast in each county in 2018 for Indiana Secretary of State.
More information about the Indiana Republican Party State Convention will be provided in the coming months.