PRECINCT DELEGATE TRAINING

THE PRECINCT STRATEGY

The Precinct Strategy restores the Republican Party as the “Party of the Constitution”.  For decades, the Republican Party has not been faithful to their own national party platform.  Republicans must use the U.S. Constitution and moral absolutes as their measure for internal party accountability, electability and governing.  The Party of the Constitution must be rebuilt from the ground up by constitutional precinct delegates.  Learn about the Precinct Strategy, as well as the power of a precinct delegate and how to become one.

Find RESOURCES related to the Precinct Strategy and the Republican Party HERE.

PRECINCT DELEGATE 2-YEAR CALENDAR

Precinct Delegates serve a two-year term, and in this training, we review the important dates and events relating to conventions and elections that take place in this time period.

COUNTY CONVENTIONS

There are four county conventions per two-year term for Michigan precinct delegates.  In this training, we review the various aspects of county conventions and how they vary depending on the conventions’ purpose.  Delegates will learn what to expect, so they can prepare accordingly to assist towards a positive outcome.

DISTRICT CONVENTIONS

There is one district convention per two-year term for Michigan precinct delegates.  In this training, we review the purpose and various aspects of a district convention.  Delegates will learn what to expect, so they can prepare accordingly to assist towards a positive outcome.

STATE CONVENTIONS

There are three state conventions per two-year term for Michigan precinct delegates.  In this training, we review the various aspects of state conventions and how some of the laws and rules vary dependent on the conventions’ purpose.  Delegates will learn what to expect, so they can prepare accordingly to assist towards a positive outcome.

Find RESOURCES related to Republican State Conventions HERE.

7 STEPS: PREPARE FOR CONVENTION

So, there’s a convention on your horizon.  Use this 7-step guide to prepare for an upcoming county, district or state party convention.