What we need to do as soon as possible. Why we need to do it. Why it will work. If. We. Unite. NOW!

Folks, we need to win the next round of elections, no? And we need to elect constitutional conservatives, no? Well, they need to run on a party ballot. And they have to win the primary election. And that's the EASIEST one to win because turnout is so low. If we can raise the turnout in our neighborhoods -- our "political neighborhoods" -- our precincts, we can cause constitutional conservatives to win those all-important, traditionally-very-low-turnout primary elections.

As Judson Phillips has advised, we (that means YOU and me -- each one of us) have to DO two critical things simultaneously: become precinct committeemen in the Republican Party AND become poll watchers and poll workers to make sure the vote is not stolen.

We are weakest where we should be strongest, and most of us don't know it. At the precinct level, from which all power withing the Republican Party comes, over half of the precinct committeeman slots are VACANT.

This chart shows where the real power lies.

Where all the power comes from, over half of the positions are vacant. That's where the opportunity for constitutional conservatives exists.

This next chart shows how the "power" chart should be drawn -- with the citizen on top.  But the citizen has been sitting up in the bleachers for generations.  We need to become ball players.  And in the real ball game of politics, which is PARTY POLITICS, if you want to be on the ball field and play the game, you've got to become a precinct committeeman. 


This next chart shows that about half of the Republican Party precinct committeeman slots are vacant. And that the filled slots have been split, ideologically, about 50-50 between conservatives and Republicans In Name Only. The elections of Michael Steele as RNC Chairman, and then Reince Priebus, reflect that ideological split. In Arizona, where I live, it's been even worse. In 2008, fewer than one-third of the PC slots were filled. We are not even up to half-strength yet. But in two years we've completely changed the Party, because almost all of the new PCs are conservatives from the grass roots conservative groups. Now they are UNITING inside a real political party where they can actually BECOME the leaders of the Party and determine the outcome of the primary elections.

Here's an article about what we achieved in Maricopa County in two years by UNITING POLITICALLY INSIDE A POLITICAL PARTY:


This next chart shows, again, that the Party is weakest where it should be strongest. All of the "upper level" officer slots are filled, but only about 44 per cent of the most important slots, the "we the people" slots, are filled. And if "we the conservative people" fill them up, we can take over the Party and determine the outcome of the elections.

This next chart shows what we have, and what we could have. Which Republican Party do you want? What will YOU DO to make the full-strength, 75 % solidly conservative landslide-win-producing political powerhouse of a party happen?

One more graphic. This one shows HOW we can get to a full-strength, solidly-conservative Republican Party IF we will all UNITE INSIDE the Republican Party as precinct committeeman. United we stand. Divided we fall. Let's unite, no?

Let's get it done, shall we? Who's with me?

For Liberty,
Cold Warrior
American first, conservative second, Republican precinct committeeman BY NECESSITY!

Views: 1288


You need to be a member of Tea Party Nation to add comments!

Join Tea Party Nation

Comment by Cold Warrior on January 19, 2016 at 12:10pm

So, four and a half years later, how many TPN members have become precinct committeemen in their own precinct?

Thank you.


Comment by Shelley SImms on July 2, 2013 at 8:47am

Bill, I have been doing all of the above for years. We need more people doing the same.


Comment by Bill Goins on July 1, 2013 at 11:47pm

Is there anybody out there ready to take a real stand and put forth the effort needed to make this plan work? This plan would work very well and very quickly if it was added to a tracking program that would make sure everyone that makes a commitment is followed upon and held accountable for their commitment whether it is for a Precinct Chairman or just a volunteer that has made a commitment to vote and make sure that they find at least two of their friends and/or family to vote also…If one would just make sure two people vote after this process duplicates itself 25 times you would have over 67,000,000 votes which is more than Obama got  in the last election. (With today’s social and political internet media this could possibility be done in 25 days). Counting your personal family and friends, plus all your contacts on the social and political networks out there that you visit, you should be able to fine at least two of your family members or friends that you could persuade to vote for the right candidate and the right issues. If we would just spend one day of our time while at work or with friends, or one night on the internet I am sure you can find two friends who would make that commitment to you..This is how we take back the Republican Party, two people at a time.

Comment by Cold Warrior on November 8, 2012 at 12:13pm

I told Martin and Dannenfelser and any other "leader" in the conservative groups to do this years ago:


Maybe they are finally "getting it" that the ONLY way to change the Republican Party is by getting inside it as a voting member of it.




Comment by David G. Lund on November 20, 2011 at 10:38pm

Cold Warrior, Excellent stuff!

In addition, each of us might keep (1) "political report cards" on all candidates for national office. (2) Have all local Tea Parties begin to communicate closely through a forum such as Tea Party Nation, for the purpose of organizing a Tea Party convention in summer 2012.  (3) At convention, discuss more of what you have proposed. Establish a "People's Platform" and pledges to vote for the Republican candidate.(4) Have each state's Tea Parties organize in the same fashion, holding conventions in each state that will back the Republican candidates and vote as a block at election time. (5) All of us vote as a block against Obama, even if we have to vote for Romney!  The nation cannot survive another term of Obamacrat "Progressive Socialists"!

Comment by Cold Warrior on November 18, 2011 at 7:11pm


Go here:


Look on the right side.  There's a link to an Alaska "precinct project" site.


The rest is up to you.

Thank you.

Cold Warrior



Comment by Gene Swank on November 18, 2011 at 6:57pm

I live in anchorage alaska, how do I find and how do I sign up as a commiteeman?

Comment by C Brooks Nielsen on September 26, 2011 at 11:27am
Talk about a great nuts and bolts post.  Must get this to my local Tea Party activists!  Thanks, Cold Warrior!
Comment by CaliRay on August 7, 2011 at 1:07pm
The proposed plan seems to be what liberals/progressives/marxists did years ago in taking over the Democrat party. They are in firm control for the foreseeable future and must be countered. The majority of the American people no longer fit into the mold of what is now a typical activist Democrat.
Comment by Cold Warrior on April 12, 2011 at 3:30pm


That could be good news, bad news, or in between.  Just because the precinct committeeman slots are filled does not mean you can't participate as a volunteer at he meetings.  You'll want to "learn the ropes" and volunteer to do anything and everything they want you to do.  Ohio's system is like Arizona's:  any registered Republican can run for precinct committeeman in their own precinct.  Those candidates who get the most votes win.  Support the good, existing conservatives.  If there are RINOs in some slots, run conservatives against them. 

Good luck, and thanks for the report. 

Cold Warrior


Tea Party Nation is a social network

© 2016   Created by Judson Phillips.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service