Missouri GOP delegate elections take place tomorrow; here’s what you need to know
If you are a conservative in Missouri, tomorrow you have a chance to become a “voting member” of the Missouri Republican Party at your congressional district convention and state convention. Missourians will elect delegates to the congressional district and state conventions at the Missouri County Caucuses on March 17, 2012. Here’s a link to a site that provides all the information you will need to take part if you are so inclined. The guy who authored the site is even holding a tutorial by conference call this evening. His site includes links to the Missouri GOP site that provides further information about where to attend the caucus meeting. I’m informed and believe that in most locales there will be plenty of vacancies and many who show up to run for the delegate positions will run unopposed. Majority rules, and if conservatives show up in sufficient numbers, they can make sure conservatives become the elected delegates.
Project City Hall: Missouri County Caucus
I hope someone who attends will write a Diary about their participation — with video!
In 2012, will YOU become a “voting member” of the Republican Party in your precinct?
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