Here's a flashback to some of the MyColoradoGOP team's efforts at the 2017 SCC Fall meeting to opt-out of the 2018 primary election.
WE PRESENT THE SAME ARGUMENTS IN 2021! Antonin Scalia was right, open primary elections result in destroying the party!
PROJECT: LIBERATE THE REPUBLICAN PARTY BY CLOSING THE OPEN PRIMARIES
A first step to ELECTION INTEGRITY is Republican Party Integrity.
We must have REPUBLICANS choosing the REPUBLICAN PRIMARY CANDIDATES!
SAVE COLORADO! Tell the Colorado Republican State Central Committee members to vote to opt-out of the 2022 open primary election when they meet this Fall. These 517 people can determine the future of the Colorado Republican Party and ultimately, the state of Colorado. Will the Republican Party fight for constitutional values and a republican form of government, or will we continue to live under the control of tyrants? Contact info for members is at www.cologop.org.
GRASSROOTS! DO NOT DRINK! OPT OUT! (Flashback to 2017)
This is an amazingly comprehensive and growing list of Election Anomalies articles and videos. Below is just a screenshot of the original chart - it has continued to grow as more evidence has become available.
Go to https://mm.tt/1770281616?t=ZfV6KaEIfj to view full chart and access all links.
"Recognizing the principles of the Republican Party as reflected in the State and National Platforms, the primary purposes of this organization shall be to elect duly nominated or designated Republican candidates to office, to promote the principles and achieve the objectives of the Republican Party at national and state levels, and to perform the functions set forth in the election laws of the State of Colorado."
PROTECT. PROVIDE. PROMOTE. PREPARE. PERPETUATE. PRAY.
The two major political parties, the Republicans and the Democrats, are the only two entities in Colorado with the legal authority to organize their memberships into sub-groups for political purposes. They are responsible to oversee and conduct elections and to assure the electorate of the utmost integrity throughout the process, including the calculation of results.
The process of electing Party leadership, electing delegates and alternates to Assemblies/Conventions, proposing resolutions, and delegating primary ballot candidates is all part of Colorado’s legal political structure that was adopted to create parties and governments that best represent and answer to the state’s sovereign citizens.
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