View Full Version : National Delegate Fundraiser MONEYBOMB - June 19 [Official Thread]

06-07-2012, 05:25 PM
Link to official thread:


06-09-2012, 03:33 PM
No other delegates raising money? This could be a huge day for the delegates if we work together.

06-11-2012, 06:10 AM
I'm here to vouche for my friend Luis Larotta, who I spent the majority of the Texas convention with. He's from Texas' CD-2, and we elected him as a DELEGATE. He's dead-serious about going to Tampa, and he presents himself very professionally & respectful. He's the Liberty community cream-of-the-crop. He needs our help with fundraising.


Matthew Zak
06-16-2012, 06:53 PM

06-19-2012, 12:34 AM
Hi everyone, we are just starting to raise funds for 2 delegates and 2 alternates (1 at large delegate and 1 at large alternate) from CD31 from Texas. 1 of the delegates and 2 alternates want to remain anonymous. However Tony Hwang does not mind using his name publicly, was our 2nd ballot delegate who barely won running against our county chairwoman who had the Texas National Committeewoman's endorsement. A big victory indeed. He is one of our liberty coordinators for our city, with excellent credentials, who is helping to evolve the local gop to be more welcoming to liberty minded people.

Fund Raising Link (http://texasdelegates.chipin.com/delegate-national-cd31) - http://texasdelegates.chipin.com/delegate-national-cd31

Check out on ustream of our cd caucus for proof, as well as entertainment to see our Liberty candidate get elected despite the odds. It was on the 2nd ballot did we get our delegate in. Starting time of 1:20 to 9:39.


A business card size and 4x6 card size were made and distributed to our CD caucus delegates. We did not have the majority, so we had to swing votes from the middle.


I'd like to clarify -
1 Delegate and 1 Alternate spot gained from caucus votes. 1 Delegate and 1 Alternate gained from at large. These 2 delegates & 2 alternates are dedicated to the liberty movement.

Also wanted to add this link of all the National Delegates representing Texas.
or go here