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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.


    By apackof2, Section News
    Posted on Fri Jan 22, 2010 at 11:41:15 AM EST
    Tags: 2010, ACORN, attorney general, incumbent, ballot, Michigan Campaign Central, county meeting, Cameron Brown, Anne Norlander, congressional district, current events, Democrat, elections, Michelle McMannus, Michigan, michigan governor race, Mike Bishop, Mike Bouchard, Mike Cox, Mike Rogers, out of control spending, Paul Scott, Pete Hoesktra, politics, progressives, Republican, Senate, tea party 2009, grassrootsinmichigan Bill Schuette, Tom George, Dillion, Granholm, election 2010, precinct delegate, campaign (all tags)

    Michigan Patriots,

    2010-the year we TAKE MICHIGAN BACK! Part 1

    2009 was a momentous year because We the People went to war. Not just with those outside our country but from within.  We are at war with those who have methodically worked to dismantle our Constitution, torn apart our representative Republic, and who wish to put another form of government in its place.

    We have made progress in the "court of public opinion" with President Obama's popularity plummeting at the polls as we have held tea parties, town halls, protested, called, faxed and e-mailed. The liberals/ socialist /fascists are on the run and we will continue to keep the pressure up...the winning of governors' races in New Jersey, Virginia, and most recently, the election of Scott Brown to Ted Kennedy's US Senate seat prove that people are fed up...We have the momentum NOW!

    The 2010 elections are one of the most important in our life time.

    For 2010 we must turn our attention to home, to our beloved Michigan. As Michiganders we have seen the results of the same liberal's policies that the Obama regime is now trying to implement. After 8 years of liberal "leadership" Michigan is in shambles. Unemployment is at almost 15%, the Car Capitol of the World has seen a government take over of GM, jobs evaporate, foreclosures rise and families leave.

    Michiganders, 2010 is the year that we must and will TAKE MICHIGAN BACK!

    If we are honest with ourselves we must take responsibility for not being educated and active in the polices that have shaped our lives and hurt Michigan. We need to change that, for our state, our families, and our future. We must muster all soldiers in the Constitutional Conservative army.

    But how do we accomplish that?

    WE MUST:

        Identify Constitutional Conservative Candidates with character, in all offices, local, county, state, school boards, and court system, who believe that holding office is a civic duty and that the government is the problem not the answer!

    All Michigan House and Senate seats are up for re-election - we have a tremendous opportunity in 2010!

        We at Grassroots in Michigan are working on a site that will be "one stop shopping" for information on candidates, races and issues in Michigan as well as tools to research candidates, voting records and ballot initiatives. The new site is "Michigan Campaign Central"
        You may have a sneak preview by going here:
    We also ask Michiganders to send us information about what is going on in your District to grassrootsinMI@gmail.  

    Campaigns need two things: People and Money

        We must support these candidates with time and/or money. It doesn't matter if you have 1 hour of 40 hours to give, $5 or $5,000. What matters is that you become engaged. Any campaign will plug you in, in an area that you are comfortable with. Literature drops, phone, banks, admin, door-to door etc are opportunities.

    Part Two:

    Take over your Party

    Like it or not, we have a two party system, despite the talk of a 3rd party. Third parties historically have either disappeared or simply can not win. And to TAKE BACK MICHIGAN we must win.

    So how do we, as Constitutional Conservatives take over a party?

    You want to change the direction? Then find other people who think like you do and get organized "within" the party. Focus on the next set of Republican precinct organizational meetings and county conventions where local party officials are elected, as well as delegates to district and state conventions. Identify the dates and locations and share them with your friends

        County (Republican) precinct organizational meetings can be found here:

    The little secret among party insiders (of either party) is that the number of people that participate in the actual organizational meetings where leadership is elected is incredibly low. Far lower even than the small percentage that participates in primary elections

    Most precinct delegates require little to no campaigning and some are elected with just one vote! Deadline for filing to run in Michigan is no later than 4:00pm May, 11, 2010 at your county, city, or township clerk office.

        Requirements for becoming a precinct delegate in your county can be found here:  (Printable and downloadable)

        Application to become a precinct delegate can be found here:

        Identify those who currently have jobs within your county party and where they stand on our core conservative principles. Then either support them or replace them. It's as simple as that.
        Continue to go to your county party meetings, form a coalition with other constitutional conservatives there, vote, go to the state convention, get on the executive committee, run for vice county chair, and then county chair, then you will be helping to pick the candidates on your party ticket!

    When you change who is driving, you'll change where the vehicle is headed. And in the process you'll build critical infrastructure for the party, which will make it more likely to be successful for the issues you care about - and help build the conservative movement at the same time!

    Elections have consequences, as they say, and that applies not just to public office but also to party office. If you're really committed to conservative principles, then don't make it any easier for liberals to win - GET INVOLVED!

        If you want real change, then focus on the real problem. Change the personnel.

    In a nutshell precinct delegates:

    What is a Precinct Delegate?

    The role of Precinct Delegate is extremely important and is as "grassroots" as you can get. Precinct Delegates are elected by that precinct's voters to serve as a liaison between voters and the Democrat or Republican Party in your neighborhood.

    What is a Precinct?
    The precinct is the smallest political unit in the country and it is where elections are won or lost. All voters in a precinct vote at one location. It is your neighborhood, where you know the people and the issues most important to them.

    What do Precinct Delegates do?
    As a grassroots leader for your party in your precinct, a Precinct Delegate might:

    1. Help people get registered to vote; take information on issues and candidates to voters
    2. Identify and recruit others interested in your party
    3. Help turn out your party's vote in your neighborhood on Election Day; or inform party leaders about the issues that concern voters.

    Complete printable and downloadable copy here:

    Michiganders, 2010 is the year that we must and will TAKE MICHIGAN BACK!

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    by LookingforReagan on Sun Jan 24, 2010 at 04:25:27 PM EST
    There is so much information here and since not everyone reads this blog I would reccomend consideration of including all the information contained herein in a pamphlet or booklet that could be passed out at rallies and Tea Parties. That way more folks can be reached and with luck be interested in jumping in. This would provide a basic primer for those that really don't know how to get started. It would allow many to reach  another level of involvement and make the movement stronger and father reaching. Just a thought.

    There is a lot of good information above, but... (none / 0) (#2)
    by KG One on Mon Jan 25, 2010 at 12:01:59 AM EST
    ...I'd be very wary of interpreting Tuesday's win as blind support for Republicans in the next election.

    Expecting voters to blindly support a candidate strictly because of party affiliation is one of the main causes of the Republican losses in '06 & '08, along with Coakley's defeat last week.

    What is needed here are candidates who have a philosophy that resonates well with the electorate, can communicate it effectively to them and have the wherewithal to stick with it if elected.

    Politicians who expand government in any way. Supporting tax increases. Infringing on the rights that we enjoy as Americans, and then turn around and expecting people to look the other way on election day because they are not from the "other party".

    Do so at your own risk.

    Looks Great (none / 0) (#4)
    by Wendy Day on Tue Jan 26, 2010 at 01:57:04 PM EST
    Looks like a great idea! The Michigan political-mafia should be challenged. One family should not be picking who gets to be in office, and I am not talking about DeVos.

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