The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy — It’s Up To Each Redstater, No?
Conservatives, we’ve had five years now to get organized and united for real political action. It’s just common sense. It’s just basic American Civics. Are we no longer capable of organizing and uniting for real political action inside a political party? If not, here is how to do it: Can you, Redstater, ACT? Will you, Redstater, ACT? Please share your precinct-level, Get Out The Vote, | Read More »
A Strategy for Electing More Conservatives. In under four and a half minutes
I’m trying to get this down to two minutes. Here’s the 4:24 version. Assignment: If you’ve never been to your local Republican Party committee meeting, find yours. Attend the next meeting. Write a Diary about what you found. “The Republican Party” is not going to change because conservatives yell at it. The ONLY way for conservatives to change it is to get inside it. Why | Read More »
The Precinct Committeeman Strategy: ColdWarrior’s latest presentation
Published originally at UnifiedPatriots.com Will YOU act? Spend an hour. Watch this presentation. Ponder the Strategy. Then decide whether to prioritize your time and ACT politically. Please, dear Redstate reader, if you can, post a brief Diary or comment about what you are doing to make our Party “more conservative.” I hope this helps. Thank you. ColdWarrior http://theprecinctproject.wordpress.com
Please help Arizonans help kill Obamacare
Originally published at Unified Patriots. The RINO (“Republican In Name Only”) Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and her RINO cohorts in the state legislature passed “Medicaid Expansion,” which is nothing more than implementation of Obamacare in Arizona. Despite having a Republican in the Governor’s office, and Republican majorities in the Arizona House and Senate, fifteen RINOs, and Brewer, joined with Democrats to ramrod this monstrous socialized | Read More »
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 »
ColdWarriorTV: “Get a fire under your butt.”
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 | Read More »
The RNC’s Autopsy actually contained some very good recommendations.
They actually hit the nail on the head. Unfortunately, it was buried about fifty pages in the report. Here’s some of it. We need a lot more of the Evelyn McPhail grassroots approach to politics. As the committee was told by a participant during a listening session in North Carolina, “Make the precinct captain the most important person in a 51 Growth & Opportunity Project | Read More »
What about U? Gonna just take it? Or do something? What will U tell Ur kids?
This may upset some of the conservative “rock stars.” I cringe in fear. You know them. They have radio gigs. They go to CPAC and give speeches. They go to events hosted by Glenn Beck and AFP and FreedomWorks and give speeches. I’ve been there and I’ve met them. And they mean well, maybe, but my sense is they all want to do is to | Read More »
What’s the Republican conservative officer count on your county committee? Did you have a vote?
Saturday morning, January 12, 2013, the elected Republican precinct committeemen in Maricopa County, Arizona met to elect their officers, vote on proposed resolutions, and vote on proposed bylaws changes. Maricopa County (“MC”) has 686,156 registered Republican voters. But only 0.32% of them had any say in who represented them inside the county Party committee. 0.32%. By statute, the MC Republican Party is allotted 6,364 precinct | Read More »
What was the percentage of turnout in your precinct?
Did you help in your precinct? Mine had 86.7% Republican turnout. My legislative district had 84.14% turnout. My county had 82.55 % turnout. Do you know the percentage turnout for Republicans in your precinct, local district, and county? Did you help turnout the vote where you live? Did you make any phone calls? Drop literature at any doors? Knock on any doors in your precinct? | Read More »