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    Default Calling All Ron Paul Supporters To The Clark County Republican Party CC Meeting tomorrow

    I'm assuming "tomorrow" means Nov 14 - from dailypaul:

    The Neocons in Clark County NV are very upset that Romney lost and an insider leak is saying how they will be flooding tomorrow's meeting with their people in an attempt to vote out all of the Ron Paul supporters that were recently voted into the leadership. Needed are as many Ron Paul supporters to show up and vote...

    Meeting Location & Time:
    6pm at the Silverton in the Veil Pavilian at I-15 & Blue Diamond Road Las Vegas

    All guests and newcomers are welcome to attend. You may apply to become a voting member as long as you're a county registered republican. This is how we enact change in the system by attending the meetings and demanding that the party follow constitutional principals. Romney and the neocons, many believe, don't represent these ideas and therefore shouldn't be running the party. Please help keep the torch of liberty burning in Clark County as your help is very much needed. Here are some words from Carl Bunce, our Nevada Ron Paul 2012 Campaign Chair, about tomorrow's meeting:
    http://www.dailypaul.com/263023/call...eting-tomorrow



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    oh its on like donkey kong!

    Nevada, its on you!


    p.s. I just heard there will indeed be a live stream tomorrow.
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    They need to cancel the meeting now. We where going to do the same thing months ago but the other way around and the old boys found out and canceled the meeting. It was dirty but it worked. The executive committee needs to just cancel the meeting and move it to next week or something.
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    live stream.. I like it..
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    Bumpppp
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    Lunchtime bump. Go get em Nevada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carehn View Post
    They need to cancel the meeting now. We where going to do the same thing months ago but the other way around and the old boys found out and canceled the meeting. It was dirty but it worked. The executive committee needs to just cancel the meeting and move it to next week or something.
    Sounds really dirty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carehn View Post
    They need to cancel the meeting now. We where going to do the same thing months ago but the other way around and the old boys found out and canceled the meeting. It was dirty but it worked. The executive committee needs to just cancel the meeting and move it to next week or something.
    So to beat them, you want to become more like them?

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    Next week is the state meeting. No matter what if you are not attending GET YOUR PROXY TO A KNOWN RP PERSON. Must do must do!
    The Washoe county meeting is tomorrow also.
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    I am copying this to the Nevada forum so those who have subscribed to that will get emails.
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    Any emails or contact info from Nevada supporters during the election that were posted on this forum at some point?

    More people that can be contacted the better.
    It's just an opinion... man...

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    Any word on what may have gone down?
    Thank you for all of your service Ron Paul. You have awakened a great number of liberty minded folks, and inspired many to run for office themselves.

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    Anything?

    I hope we didn't lose any positions.
    Thank you for all of your service Ron Paul. You have awakened a great number of liberty minded folks, and inspired many to run for office themselves.

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    from the Duane Vick at the Daily Paul:

    I was there, I'm new to meetings and since I just moved here, this was my first CCRP meeting. There were two main subjects to deal with last night. The first was the elections. There were four elected positions up for election. Then there was a large rules change that affected several areas of the rules and needed 2/3rds vote to amend.

    When I got there, I talked to some people about not knowing who is who and that hopefully I could get seated by some Ron Paul supporters. I was assured that it was a very friendly crowd tonight. In fact, there were lots of young faces there. Since I'm new, I did not have voting rights until January. I was told by some people that a lot of things are resolved by voice vote, so I'm glad I was there.

    Keep in mind that the CCRP is so firmly Ron Paul supporters that they swept the elected board positions and got many favorable changes made. What was refreshing was to see how this change has actually made things more fair to all. Prior to the official start of the meeting, the Sergeant-at Arms Richard Meyer gave a brief explanation of Robert's Rules and which terms to use and when they are properly used. I feel that gives new people a better sense of what would be going on and ensures everyone is on the same page about how to use the Rules.

    In our chairs we found two pieces of paper. A conservative slate and a second piece of paper that only had one name for each elected position. I'm new here, but I'm pretty sure the conservative slate was ours since it carried so many endorsements from e-board members and we had 2/3rds control of the e-board. Also, as each candidate spoke, I detected statism in the speeches of those candidates from the small paper. They spoke of education being last here in Nevada and putting aside our differences (establishment-speak for "you Paulites need to get on our train"). Neither of them won, but it did come down to a run-off election. I wish I could say for certainty what this means but I felt pretty good about the outcome. Richard Meyer won one of the positions.

    The second major issue was a rules change that was being presented as a package. It changed like 5 different areas of the rules. It needed 2/3rds vote to pass. After listening to the explanation, it appears that it's passage would reduce the concentration of power from being in a few hands to more hands. Also, it meant that committees could only be appointed by elected leaders as opposed to some committee appointments being made by non-elected members of the leadership. There was some Q&A and at one point, a man spoke about the ability of state law to over-ride party by-laws, etc., A lot of people felt that he was trying to filibuster or up to some shenanigans. A personal point of information was made questioning the motives of the last speaker. Then a vote was cast to end discussion and to move forward with the vote. The measure passed 187-70 after abstentions were excluded and "no" votes were measured. After that, someone motioned for adjournment, it was seconded multiple times and then passed. Meeting over.

    I really thought that there was going to be some shenanigans pulled beyond what happened. I thought they were going to try and get some people removed from elected positions but there weren't any recalls, etc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cero View Post
    from the Duane Vick at the Daily Paul:

    I was there, I'm new to meetings and since I just moved here, this was my first CCRP meeting. There were two main subjects to deal with last night. The first was the elections. There were four elected positions up for election. Then there was a large rules change that affected several areas of the rules and needed 2/3rds vote to amend.

    When I got there, I talked to some people about not knowing who is who and that hopefully I could get seated by some Ron Paul supporters. I was assured that it was a very friendly crowd tonight. In fact, there were lots of young faces there. Since I'm new, I did not have voting rights until January. I was told by some people that a lot of things are resolved by voice vote, so I'm glad I was there.

    Keep in mind that the CCRP is so firmly Ron Paul supporters that they swept the elected board positions and got many favorable changes made. What was refreshing was to see how this change has actually made things more fair to all. Prior to the official start of the meeting, the Sergeant-at Arms Richard Meyer gave a brief explanation of Robert's Rules and which terms to use and when they are properly used. I feel that gives new people a better sense of what would be going on and ensures everyone is on the same page about how to use the Rules.

    In our chairs we found two pieces of paper. A conservative slate and a second piece of paper that only had one name for each elected position. I'm new here, but I'm pretty sure the conservative slate was ours since it carried so many endorsements from e-board members and we had 2/3rds control of the e-board. Also, as each candidate spoke, I detected statism in the speeches of those candidates from the small paper. They spoke of education being last here in Nevada and putting aside our differences (establishment-speak for "you Paulites need to get on our train"). Neither of them won, but it did come down to a run-off election. I wish I could say for certainty what this means but I felt pretty good about the outcome. Richard Meyer won one of the positions.

    The second major issue was a rules change that was being presented as a package. It changed like 5 different areas of the rules. It needed 2/3rds vote to pass. After listening to the explanation, it appears that it's passage would reduce the concentration of power from being in a few hands to more hands. Also, it meant that committees could only be appointed by elected leaders as opposed to some committee appointments being made by non-elected members of the leadership. There was some Q&A and at one point, a man spoke about the ability of state law to over-ride party by-laws, etc., A lot of people felt that he was trying to filibuster or up to some shenanigans. A personal point of information was made questioning the motives of the last speaker. Then a vote was cast to end discussion and to move forward with the vote. The measure passed 187-70 after abstentions were excluded and "no" votes were measured. After that, someone motioned for adjournment, it was seconded multiple times and then passed. Meeting over.

    I really thought that there was going to be some shenanigans pulled beyond what happened. I thought they were going to try and get some people removed from elected positions but there weren't any recalls, etc.


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    Here's an update from the NV state committee meeting from yesterday:

    Pahrump Nev. -

    In a vote of 135 to 93 today, a resolution penned by Jay Lake (husband of Cindy Lake, Chairman of Clark County SCC) the Nevada GOP State Central Committee resolved that the binding rules that were passed "were not properly noticed, researched, or debated."

    CFR 100.2 was referenced in the argument for this resolution in which it was made abundantly clear that binding violated Federal Election Laws.

    More detailed reporting to follow later, as the internet connection at the meeting site is very poor.

    Cynthia Kennedy, Nevada

    The rules they are referring to are the ones voted on in 2010, which were used during the 2012 primary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CPUd View Post
    Here's an update from the NV state committee meeting from yesterday:




    The rules they are referring to are the ones voted on in 2010, which were used during the 2012 primary.
    Is this a good or bad thing for us? What did these rules specify?

    And thanks for the update!
    Thank you for all of your service Ron Paul. You have awakened a great number of liberty minded folks, and inspired many to run for office themselves.





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