Donate

Thank you for considering a donation. Your money will stay in Olmsted county to make a difference, here. It will be used to help us:

  1. elect Republican endorsed candidates
  2. spread the Republican message of government limited to protecting individual rights and the rule of law

We cannot accept corporate donations. There are several ways to donate: check, credit card, PayPal, and Bill Pay.

Donate by Check

Personal checks and money orders should be made out to the Republican Party of Olmsted County and mailed to:
Republican Party of Olmsted County
1530 Greenview Dr SW #105A
Rochester MN 55902
Please include your contact information, address, employer, and job title (required by the Minnesota Campaign Finance Board).

Donate by Credit Card

PayPal

We use PayPal as our credit card service provider. If you would like to make a donation with a credit card start by poking the PayPal Donate button. You do not need a PayPal account to use your credit card there.

You will be asked for an e-mail address so that a receipt can be sent to you. It will not be retained for any other purpose.

Donate by PayPal Account

If you would like to use your PayPal account, poke the PayPal Donate button.

Donate by Bill Pay

If you would like to make a one-time or periodic donation via your financial institution's Bill Pay service, we are happy to have you do so. Drop a line to our treasurer at treasurer@olmstedgop.org for our account details.

Note!

As of July 1, 2013, Minnesota’s Political Contribution Refund program is reinstated. Each adult Minnesota resident can receive a refund from the state of the first $50 in contributions made to eligible political parties and candidates for public office. Up to $100 of Joint donations are refundable. Donations to the Republican Party of Olmsted County qualify for the reimbursement. If you donate, we will send a receipt and form. You fill out the form, attach the receipt, send it to the state (at an address on the form) and a check arrives in a few weeks. It used to be that this refund was considered income for income tax purposes. We mention this so you can be forewarned.