The Republican Party has Five (5) Types of Conventions
1. Mass Meeting. This Convention is usually held in February in all but the least populated counties throughout the US. Attendees are at the Local, Precinct Level. All resident registered voters can attend and they will vote to choose Precinct Officers and Delegates to their County Convention.
2. County Convention. This Convention is usually held in March in each county. The Delegates choose officers for the County GOP organization, Delegates to both the District and Georgia State Conventions as well as officers for each of the State Senate Districts (like us - The Fabulous 40th).
3. District Convention. This Convention is usually held in April in each of Georgia's 14 U.S. Congressional Districts (which usually encompass several counties). There are 435 such Districts in the US. The main function is to choose their District GOP Officers.
4. State Convention. This Convention is usually held in May in each State. Its main function is to choose Georgia State GOP Officials and Delegates to the National Convention.
5. National Convention. This is the BIG one! It is usually held in June - There is ONE Convention for the entire US.