Our aim is to Reclaim the Republican Party for Conservatives, Reform the Party back to its Conservative Values, and Restore Republicans' faith in the GOP. We don't need a third party. We need to return the Republican Party to its pro-Constitution roots.

So join the CCMRA today! Together, we can take back the machinery of politics, and by doing so, we can change politics for good.


Any registered voter of Christian County, Missouri, with a demonstrated commitment to the Republican Party and Constitutional Republican values and of virtuous character may apply for membership in the CCMRA.

New applicants must have a current member sponsor, must complete an application, and deposit their membership dues ($20) with the Membership Committee Chair. The deposit is refundable if the applicant is not approved for membership.

Each applicant will be vetted (screened) by the Membership Committee and, once vetted, approved or disapproved by the Board of Directors. This process may take up to a month or longer.

Applications May Be Obtained from the Membership Committee Chairman, Steve Stewart

(Click the Link in Red Above)

Before applying for membership, one might take the  Political Typology Quiz below. The best applicants will score either as a Populist Right Conservative, Committed Conservative, or Faith and Flag Conservative. Take the quiz to find out which one of the nine political typology groups is your best match, compared with a nationally representative survey of more than 10,000 U.S. adults by the Pew Research Center. You may find some of these questions difficult to answer. That’s OK. In those cases, pick the answer that comes closest to your view, even if it isn’t exactly right.

Political Typology Quiz

Ambivalent Right

  • 18% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents
  • the youngest and among the least religious and politically active of the Republican-leaning groups
  • most don't identify as "conservative" politically but are conservative economically on issues of race, and in that, they prefer smaller government
  • more moderate than other Republicans on immigration, abortion, same-sex marriage, and marijuana legalization
  • lean toward the GOP but are not enamored with it; almost two-thirds would like Trump not to remain a national figure, and, in fact, a quarter identifies with Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents
  • the only GOP-oriented group to say President Biden definitely or probably legitimately received the most votes in the 2020 election, and only about 4 in 10 believe the results of the 2022 elections "really matter."

Populist Right

  • 23% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents
  • among the least likely to have a college degree and among the most likely to live in a rural area
  • hard-liners on immigration, even more so than Faith and Flag Conservatives
  • highly critical of the U.S. economic system; a majority believes the "economic system in the country unfairly favors powerful interests, that businesses in this country make too much profit, and that taxes on household income over $400,000 should be raised."
  • strong Trump supporters; 4 in 5 would like him to remain a prominent figure in politics, and almost 6 in 10 want him to run again
  • about 8 in 10 believe the results of the 2022 elections "really matter."

Committed Conservatives

  • just 15% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents
  • highly educated, loyal Republicans who are very politically active; nearly 8 in 10 believe the results of the 2022 elections "really matter."
  • pro-business
  • want limited government
  • less restrictive on immigration than the other three GOP-leaning groups
  • more "globalist" — in other words, they believe U.S. involvement with the world and with allies should be prioritized
  • less enthusiastic about Trump, but generally big fans of former President Ronald Reagan.

Faith and Flag Conservatives

  • 23% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents
  • skew the oldest in the age of the Republican-leaning groups
  • deeply conservative on nearly all issues
  • religious and want Christianity front and center in public life
  • very politically engaged; nearly 9 in 10 believe who controls Congress after next year's midterms "really matters" — the highest of any group
  • overwhelmingly white and Christian
  • among Trump's strongest supporters — most believe Trump definitely or probably won the 2020 election
  • roughly 4 in 5 say too much attention has been paid to the Jan. 6 insurrection

How the political typology groups compare.

Pew Research Center’s political typology sorts Americans into cohesive, like-minded groups based on their values, beliefs, and views about politics and the political system. Use this tool to compare the groups on some key topics and their demographics.