You are correct, the only way our problems can be corrected is to begin at the local level. I have been involved in my Couunty Republican Party for over 10 years, I have served as County second vice chair and first vice chair. Two years ago I had a great deal of pressure applied to run for county chairman, I refused for several reasons, mainly because I could not take the time required away from my business.
The young man who stepped up, and was elected chairman has been a real blessing, he devoted many hours to stopping voter fraud, not much had been done about it in the past, he is completely focused on fixing things at the local level. It appears that he will run for another 2 year term, if he does he will have my full support. I will consider running for second vice chair agin if he does.
When the Local Tea Party was formed, I got involved, several of us began educating members how things worked inside the party, we now have a number of Tea Party Members Who are eledted precinct committeemen.
posted on 12/21/2012 8:35:43 PM PST
by c-b 1
(Reporting from behind enemy lines, in occupied AZTLAN.)
To: c-b 1
Could not have said it better myself. My work also held me back. Here in Fl. we have a lot of retired folk that have the time to make it right. Many of them just need encouragement and support. They may be older, but when a younger person backs them up, oh do they glow!
posted on 12/21/2012 9:25:48 PM PST
(I'm really, really blessed!)
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