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The Precinct Strategy is a grassroots effort to help people like you and me become Precinct Committeemen. Precinct Committeemen are voting members of the party who represent their community and make up the foundation of all political parties.
Fewer than one in one hundred members of a political party can be internal voting members, and parties cannot exist without the influence and power of these Precinct Committee members.
The goal of the Precinct Strategy is to help the Republican Party succeed in three ways by:
Be a patriot and get into party politics by becoming a Republican Party Precinct Committeeman!
What every conservative — including YOU — needs to do ASAP: Become a voting member of our party. Why? For too long, many of our elected GOP politicians have ignored their constituents. For example, we must elect state legislators who will pass election reform laws that ban imaging machines for counting votes. We must return to the “gold standard“ of counting votes: hand-counting at local polling locations before the paper ballots are allowed to leave the premises and making voting by mail the exception and not the rule. Again, the first step in taking back our government: elect better people. By taking back the Republican Party from those running it now. That means YOU becoming a precinct committeeman for your voting precinct. (Precinct committeemen are called different things in different states (precinct chair, precinct delegate, precinct committee officer, member, etc.; the bottom line is that you want to become a voting member of your local or county committee, and it is not difficult to do.)
The office of precinct committeeman (“PC”) has been has been called “the most powerful office in the world” because the PC is the closest structured political officeholder to the registered voter. A registered voter has no vote in internal Party policy; a precinct committeeman does. A PC elects district, county and state party officers, delegates to the Presidential convention and RNC members. PCs sent to the Pres. Convention vote on what policies the party platform will be advocated in the next two years. Through a monthly meeting, PCs interact with their elected Party officials to influence legislation.