Precinct Committeemen


Precinct Committeemen

The only way to take our party back is to govern it ourselves.  How to weild the GOP governing vote in your area.

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Latest Activity: Oct 16, 2014

Take Back Your Party

On Jan 2, 2010 Judson Phillips committed TPN to making governing our party a top priority.  Thanks Judson!


Ever notice that you have never voted for your GOP county chair?  Or state GOP chair?  Who are the folks who do this?  You can join the people who actually govern your party.  


The process is a bit different in each state, but there are expert guides to help you:


PROCINCT.net: a state-by-state guide and discussion area where you can learn how to become a precinct committeeman in your state, discuss your challenges and ideas.  PROCINCT has been successful in casting light on unsavory obstacles put up by local parties and has helped locals get seated on their committees.   Furthermore PROCINCT.net cal also provide you with precinct walk list to get out and walk or call your precincts.  


The Precinct Project: a great guide to becoming a precinct committeeman in your state and why you should do it.  


We invite your discussion below!  Ask questions - share your ambitions!



Discussion Forum


Started by lawrence farren Jan 30, 2014. 0 Replies

you have got to be kidding me! where are the current discussion groups & topics? 2013? REALLY!Continue

Press Release: Marine Sgt. Felix Quintana to tour country on a mission to defeat Obama

Started by Felix Quintana Mar 22, 2012. 0 Replies

News ReleaseFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ChangeitBack2012.com – Marine Sgt. Felix Quintana to tour country on a mission to defeat President Barrack Obama.Orlando, FL-March 5th 2012 – Former Marine Sgt.…Continue

“Now we have to hold the Republicans’ feet to the fire.” How?

Started by Cold Warrior Jan 2, 2011. 0 Replies

(I posted this on Nov. 8, 2010 at Redstate.com…Continue

Whither the RNC Chair?

Started by Ron Robinson Jan 2, 2011. 0 Replies

Only a tiny bit off-topic, but those of us who are already precinct committeemen - those of us already bringing the tea party philosphy into governing our party, are watching the RNC Chair race…Continue

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Comment by Gene Hill on October 15, 2014 at 9:42pm

I am wondering if anyone that is monitoring this page would like to discuss precinct organizing in a meaningful manner.

Comment by Roland C. Cartier Jr on April 17, 2011 at 9:25pm

   LOL Like that Huh????????


                                 Tea Party Veteran

Comment by Roland C. Cartier Jr on April 17, 2011 at 1:04pm

  Sorry Ron it was a little bit more difficult than I thought to add an S how stupid am I? Good luck and thank you. I'm sure between all of your networking skills you should be able to brainstorm together to come up with "A Plan Of Action"


                       Tea Party Veteran 

Comment by Roland C. Cartier Jr on April 17, 2011 at 12:08pm

 Ron Harder this is another good idea but I would definitely start at the top and work my down like a custodial worker would do to Clean House. Start with Tea Party Freshman or possibly Judson Phillips to get that bowling to cast a Strike. 



Comment by Shelley SImms on March 10, 2011 at 1:11pm
Welcome Edward.
Comment by Edward Durfee on March 9, 2011 at 7:02pm
What an important group this is!  I am a Ron Paul inspired Republican County Committeeman for Distrist#2 in Northvale, NJ.  I am also a Campaign for Liberty County Coordinator.  I am not always online but stumbled upon this group and am ready willing and able to lend my experience and strength to the effort.  The most important positions are the County Committees that choose the ballot slots.  I can't say enough about how important it is for ALL to get on Committee.
Comment by Travis Monroe on January 3, 2011 at 10:44pm

First, a heads up to the webmaster. The link to this page from Rons post does not work properly. I had to manually enter the web address to get here. Please fix.

Ron, thanks so much for bringing this to our attention. What do you suggest as a first step of real action I can do today to get started in being my precinct committeemen here in rural Tennessee? 

Comment by Robert Chiles on January 2, 2011 at 10:30pm

Ron, you have hit on the real problem.  I ran for precinct committeeman this past primary election.  The Repubs have the process working in their favor.  First of all, the idea is to not talk about it, Hope the committeeman thing goes away.  However, in the background, the central committees are busy making appointments to unfilled precinct committeemen positions for lack of interest by the voters. Either people don't want to get involved, or voters simply don't know.  Either way, its the fault of the voters.  The leadership just takes advantage of us.  If a seat is left vacant, the chairman makes an appointment.  The appointment has representation, but no vote.  It all goes to the party chairman.  The chairman has the votes, and the power to do as they wish.  The voter has no idea how it got that way.  Solution, the voters, ie. Tea Party must pull together, find a candidate, back him or her, and turn out in mass numbers at the primaries.  This is precisely what happened to me.  I ran for Republican committeeman, but the Tea Party voters did not have any interest. They don't understand the importance of the primaries.  Independent voters don't want to declair party affiliation, therefore, they don't vote, and the good ole boys stay in power. My friends simply did not turn out to vote.  To make it work, the Tea Party folks must, must support their candidates. Otherwise, they must take their lumps and shut up.  The elections are our primary way of taking back our country.  Final thought, the process is quite simple. It requires committed people who will support their candidate.  You can take back they system if you want too.  The question is do you want to.



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