The precinct is the basic political organizing unit for political parties. Each recognized political party has “precinct committeemen” slots for each precinct. How this works varies from state to state, and is governed by state statutes and party bylaws.
So, what can happen when conservatives figure out that the best way to organize and unite for real political action is . . . wait for it . . . inside a political party? This can happen:
And then the local news media might take notice of conservatives and what they can do when united and organized politically inside their local political party committees:
Watch the floor discussion between conservatives for the censuring of Sen. John McCain and those who did not want to censure him:
My fellow Maricopa County Republican Committee precinct committeemen made me proud to be involved with them inside the Republican Party where we live.
You can do this, too.
And here is an 11 minute video that explains what to do:
Just good, decent, patriotic Americans wanting to “do something” and figuring out what best to do and then doing it.
For too long, far too long, we conservatives have ceded the field of party politics “inside” our political party, the Republican Party, to RINOs. We can take our political party back. The Maricopa County conservatives who devoted the little bit of time and effort to become voting members of the Maricopa County Republican Party Committee — precinct committeemen — proved what can be achieved when conservatives unite and organize for real political action where it matters: inside a political party as voting members of its local committees.
What they achieved could be achieved by conservatives everywhere across the country.
So, will you make these kinds of things happen where you live? Will you help put conservatives in charge of the Republican Party where you live? Because, he who controls the precincts, controls the party.