Ten minutes of political strategy for your consideration. The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy is not hard and helps build “Republican communities.” And, in my humble opinion, this is the ONLY way for conservatives to take back our country because we must first take back our Republican Party — which just happens to be there for the taking (because one-half of the existing basic, local, voting-member slots of the Party — the precinct committeeman slots — are vacant).
P.S. Please help me, Redstaters. If you are a voting member of the Party where you live, please send me an email at coldwarrior1978 at gmail dot com. And, if so, please, if you can, post a Diary about your experiences inside the Party where you live. Thanks much.
P.P.S. If anyone has a better strategy, I’m all ears. Please lay it out.
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