The Draft Plan Has Finally Been Released!
EVERY REPUBLICAN WANTING TO GET INVOLVED in the Republican Party of Texas Convention/Delegate Selection Process MUST READ THIS!
It is very good and very intricate. It hopefully will answer most of the questions that everyone has. If not then please feel free to email us with questions or comments.
The SREC will vote on a final plan on Feb 29th, 2012 at 12pm at the RPT Headquarters in Austin.
CLICK HERE to read the ENTIRE DRAFT PLAN.
When you click on the link to go to the draft plan you will first read the summary of the draft plan, and then the full plan is below the Summary.
Two Important Items of Interest in this plan are:
1) As previously reported, Precinct Conventions will be OPTION. Each County/Senatorial District will vote on whether or not to have them. They DO NOT have to just be on the morning of the County/Senatorial Convention (they could have it like a week before with proper notice), and they can be in any location(s) that the County/Senatorial District decides
2) For those out there worried about Democrats trying to get involved in the Convention, we will have everyone sign a Republican Party Pledge or show that they have voted Republican in past elections. We will also inform everyone that it is a CRIMINAL OFFENSE to attend the Republican Conventions and vote in any other Party's primary or go to any other Party's convention for that year.
CLICK HERE to read the ENTIRE DRAFT PLAN
Texas Conservative Republican News and National U.S. Political News. Texas Legislature, Texas Election News info and Conservative Events info. Michael "David Bellow" Jr blog posts.
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
TEXAS GOP DRAFT PLAN 2012: TEMPORARY AND EMERGENCY CHANGES TO RULES FOR CONVENTION/DELEGATE SELECTION
Posted by David Bellow Posted at 9:15 PM
Labels: 2012 Texas County Convention, 2012 Texas Delegate Selection Plan, 2012 Texas Precinct Convention, 2012 Texas State Convention, Republican Party of Texas, RPT, Texas GOP, Texas Republican Convention
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