Changing Demographics – Del Pilar for Central Committee

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A Conservative Latino’s View on Politics… The Republican Party has struggled to reach minority communities. The top reason I hear for losses is “changing demographics.” BREAKING NEWS PEOPLE! Those demographic changes will continue and are increasing. However, I can help the Republican Party change what my brothers and sisters believe, and how they vote. Changing Demographics Some state “changing demographics” …

Eric Andersen: Support me for GOP Central Committee Treasurer

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Guest Commentary by Eric Andersen On Monday night we elect our new Republican Party Central Committee officers.   It’s time.  It’s  time for change and the New Republican Party.   It’s time to grow and strengthen our party around a grander theme.   It’s time to unite around the time tested principles that created the most prosperous and free society in 5,000 years …

Booting Central Committee Elections from the Ballot

Barry Jantz Barry Jantz 3 Comments

The following piece appeared on the FlashReport as last weekend’s Sunday San Diego.  This is good timing to cross-post it here, following Ryan Darby’s excellent Rostra entry on the same subject… Sunday San Diego (and California): Booting Central Committee Elections from the Ballot by Barry Jantz March 27, 2011 Comparing them to Kiwanis Club elections, San Diego County Registrar of …

KEEP CENTRAL COMMITTEE ELECTIONS ON THE PRIMARY BALLOT

Ryan T. Darby Ryan T. Darby 1 Comment

San Diego County Registrar Deborah Seiler’s well intentioned proposal to remove central committee elections from primary ballots would centralize political power in the hands of party insiders, and ultimately undermine the power of the average voter to select candidates for the general election. I have interacted with Ms. Seiler in the past while monitoring the ballot counting process, so I …