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How to Get the Republican VINOs to the polls in November

Below is a short 11 minute PowerPoint video presentation explaining a strategy for getting to the polls in the November general election those Republican and Republican-leaning “independent” VINOs (Voters In Name Only — those who vote less than 50% of the time). As you’ll see, this strategy works.

Thank you.
Cold Warrior
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In 2012, will YOU become a “voting member” of the Republican Party in your precinct?

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Cold Warriorhttp://www.theprecinctproject.wordpress.com
Just a citizen who believes each conservative American's top priority should be active engagement as a precinct committeeman in the political Party our Founders and Framers would be members of if they were alive now: The Republican Party. I am an American first, a conservative second and a Republican precinct committeeman by necessity to secure the Blessings of Liberty to myself and my posterity.

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  1. This is awesome, CW; thanks so much for putting it together and posting
    it. It could not have been more timely. We are having some challenges
    getting folks to step up to be PCs in our county, and so this month’s
    meeting program is a panel discussion with some folks in neighboring
    counties who’ve done some precinct-level GOTV work. I’m hoping I can
    get folks to understand producing measurable results is really not
    *that* hard, it’s just a matter of targeting your efforts and then *doing it.* I’m
    making plans now to either scare up a projector or tote a laptop and
    large monitor to the meeting so this presentation can be played for the
    whole membership.

  1. This is awesome, CW; thanks so much for putting it together and posting
    it. It could not have been more timely. We are having some challenges
    getting folks to step up to be PCs in our county, and so this month’s
    meeting program is a panel discussion with some folks in neighboring
    counties who’ve done some precinct-level GOTV work. I’m hoping I can
    get folks to understand producing measurable results is really not
    *that* hard, it’s just a matter of targeting your efforts and then *doing it.* I’m
    making plans now to either scare up a projector or tote a laptop and
    large monitor to the meeting so this presentation can be played for the
    whole membership.

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