Buster Kellogg Jr. has been highly involved in Republican politics. He served as the Republican County Chairman from 1986 until 2000. He also served as the 17th Congressional Chairman for the State Republican Party for 10 years. Buster said that during the time he was involved in politics he had the chance to meet several candidates and three presidents of the United States. Being involved in politics at both the county and state level allowed Buster to greatly impact his community through efforts to contribute to government policies, laws, and governance.
The main function of the Republican County Chairman is to recruit candidates for county positions. This position also leads voter registration drives as well.
As a State Congressional Chairman, individuals set policies and lead the political party directions.