From Winchester, an excellent article on the party canvass to nominate our candidate for Congress in the 10th district. Beau Correll, Chairman of the Winchester Republican Committee described the process this way:
It’s more of a middle ground between a convention or a conventional primary. The 10th congressional district representatives decided they didn’t want to burden tax payers with the primary [costs].
Because it’s a party run process, there’s not going to be your typical precinct locations. This is run by volunteers.
The Republican party pays for everything, without any taxpayer funding.
The 10th District Chairman, John Whitbeck further explained it this way,
We set up voting locations around the district, and as long as you’re a registered voter who’s willing to sign a statement confirming that you’re going to support the Republican nominee, you can vote in the process.
To reduce time spent at the polls, Chairman Whitbeck suggests you visit the GOP 10th District website for the details of the canvass. The only thing you need to vote is a government issued photo ID but you can speed up the process by printing your statement of intent prior to going to the polls.
Much more information with many links can be found here.