The State Central Committee is the governing body of the Constitution Party of Idaho. It is, at the simplest level, formed by representatives of the Precinct Committeemen from the various communities across Idaho.
Besides an executive staff for the state party (i.e. the State Executive Committee composed of the State Chairman, State Treasurer, etc.) the State Central Committee is formed by two principle subgroups of representatives–the County Central Committees and the Legislative District Central Committees. The County Central Committees are the most important component of a functioning State Central Committee.
When Precinct Committeemen organize into a County Central Committee, among other officers, they elect a County Chairman, a State Committeeman and a State Committeewoman. These are the representatives of the county’s precincts to the State Central Committee.
Legislative District Central Committees organized much like the County Central Committees, and are represented in the State Central Committee by their respective District Central Committee Chairman.