Conservative Talk Radio Host: “He who controls the precincts controls the party.”
Someone said this today on the radio: “Fixing Washington is a local political effort.” “[This is] dead-on right. And it’s actually very simple. It’s a saying: ‘He who controls the precincts controls the party.’ And that is true.” “[T]he precinct level, precinct captain, precincts running the voting facilities, being in charge of party politics at the precinct level ’cause it all bubbles up from there. | Read More »
Launched: AM Action’s Precinct Project
American Majority Action has just launched its Precinct Project web portal for all things related to what I refer to as “The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy.” If you want to get involved where you live in party politics, and help make sure the maximum number of votes are cast for the candidates of your choice, the AMA’s Precinct Project site is a great place to | Read More »
There Are a Few People Who Know How to Talk to Obama — Want to Help Increase That Number?
Joe the Plumber knows. Rep. Joe Wilson knows. (Republican Rep. John Shimkus, from Illinois, walked out of the same speech.) Sen. John McCain knows, sometimes. Rep. Paul Ryan knows. Ohio Governor John Kasich knows. Sen. Jon Kyl could have had a press conference after his talk with Obama in the White House, but instead didn’t mention it until he was a tea party meeting in | Read More »
434 new conservative precinct committeemen. And counting.
Promoted from diaries. Now spread it around. – Moe Lane As of August 31, 2009, since the Nov. 2008 election, the Maricopa County Republican Party has increased its precinct committeeman ranks by over 21 per cent. The Party had, in Nov., 2008, 1,989 precinct committeemen representing the 694,000 registered Republican voters in Maricopa County. The quota was 6,231. Thus, the Party was at less than | Read More »