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Every major election, we hear from moderate republicans that the party needs to move to the center and become democrat light, to have a bigger tent and to ignore or not discuss our conservative principals. I don’t’ agree with them. I believe we need to be boldly different than the liberals, as Ronald Reagan believed. "Our people look for a cause to believe in. Is it a third party we need, or is it a new and revitalized second party, raising a banner of no pale pastels, but bold colors which make it unmistakably clear where we stand on all of the issues troubling the people" Ronald Reagan to CPAC 1975.

I believe in the RNC platform and the Illinois GOP platform. I believe we need to be proud of our conservative values and let the voters know there is a clear alternative to the liberal and socialist agenda of the Democratic Party.

With the upcoming Republican Primary, the Republican Party will also hold elections for Precinct Committeeman. This is a great opportunity for conservatives to get involved in the party, help shape the party and work to ensure conservatives win the primary and are ultimately victorious in the general election.


What is a Precinct Committeeman?

·      Represents their precinct (neighborhood) at County Convention and at State Convention.

·      Has voting rights at conventions to vote for party leaders and platform changes. Votes are weighted based on party primary votes in precinct.

·      Walks their neighborhood distributing literature and collecting signatures.

How to serve as a Precinct Committeeman? (varies by county)

·      Precinct Committeeman are elected in the party primary elections

·      Must be a registered voter and reside in the precinct

·      Must collect a minimum of 10 signatures from registered voters in your precinct

·      You may begin circulating petitions September 3rd

·      First day to file November 25th at County Election Commission

·      All paperwork must be notarized

This is for information only and does not serve as legal advice. Additional information specific to DuPage County can be found here

Complete information on the process can be found in the Illinois State Board of Elections, candidate guide, with recommended forms and information pertaining to precinct committeeman on page 59

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