To recap the most basic problem with the RNC Rules:
Prior to 2012, the process was:
1) started with the Standing Committee on Rules (year-round, 55 member, 1/state-territory) who considered changes
2) proposed changes were passed by the Committee to the full RNC (168 members, 3/state-territory) just before a national…Continue
Added by Florence Sebern on July 30, 2014 at 10:09am — No Comments
As we well know: the Rules rule. Smart people pay attention to things like bylaws and organizational rules, because they will smack us if we don't!
The RNC is holding it's Spring Meeting in Memphis this week. There is a proposed Rules change that will affect what the grassroots sees and hears in the 2016 election cycle. Simply, it's about control.
The RNC would have us…Continue
And so it begins.
A vote of no confidence from the grassroots to the Chairman of the Colorado Republican Party.
My caucus passed this resolution unanimously in Denver; Denver County Assembly is March 22nd.
Resolutions brought to caucus (and passed) are brought to the county assemblies. If passed at the county assemblies, the resolutions are…
Added by Florence Sebern on March 15, 2014 at 11:45am — No Comments
FACT: A package of changes to the RNC Rules was passed at the RNC meeting on January 24, Washington D.C.
FACT: The changes reinforce the Ginsberg Power Grab at the RNC Tampa Convention in 2012 and streamline the delegate process for a GOP-elite-establishment-chosen candidate.
FACT: It was a standing vote and officially recorded…Continue
Added by Florence Sebern on January 27, 2014 at 2:54pm — No Comments
May 18, 2012
Joshua Sharf has posted two good articles on energy, especially renewable, in Colorado and the video of Senator Mark Udall in a senate hearing would have the Colorado standards made more stringent and far reaching.
I am the committee chairman for House District #42, for the Colorado General Assembly. We are currently in search for a Republican candidate to represent House District #42. If you are interested or know someone interested in running for this elected office please contact me, Steven Haworth, at…Continue
Saturday, December 18, Hear Us Now, Gadsden Society, and others sponsored a panel discussion titled "Colorado Legislature and You." Jim Pfaff, radio host, was originally scheduled to moderate the panel but had a conflict and David K. Williams, President of the Colorado Libertarian Party, served as moderator [left side of panel]. State Senator Shawn Mitchell (R) [center position] and state Representative Joe Miklosi (D) [on right] discussed how the Colorado legislature functions,…Continue
Added by W. Branstetter on December 20, 2010 at 4:36pm — No Comments