Young Republicans are registered Republicans who are 40 years old or younger and are interested in taking an active role in Republican Party politics. They are organized as a special group because, as young people, their different opportunities and situations deserve special attention for incorporation into political activity.
Young Republicans take part in GOP activities in their communities, doing everything from registering voters and phone-banking to managing campaigns and running for office. They provide crucial support to the Republican Party and work to ensure the future of the party in their communities and nationwide.
Anyone between the ages of 18 and 40 is eligible to be a Young Republican. The best way to organize is on the local level because the foundation of the Young Republicans is built from the grassroots level on up.