Saturday, March 19, 2011

RLCCA opposes all current CRP open primary bylaws proposals.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: John Dennis, Chairman, RLCCA, contact@rlcca.org, www.rlcca.org

RLCCA opposes all current CRP open primary bylaws proposals.

SACRAMENTO, CA, March 19, 2011 - The Republican Liberty Caucus of California announced its opposition to the current CRP Bylaw amendments related to the open primary, both the “Nehring” and the “Legislative” proposal.

“The Republican Party needs to invite all interested Republicans to participate in the process of choosing our nominees. Neither the “Nehring” proposal nor the “Legislative” one will help energize grassroots Republican voters,” said RLCCA Chairman John Dennis.

“Caucus are not merely a selection process. Caucuses will keep Republicans actively engaged with the party and serve as a networking and fundraising opportunity for candidates,” said RLCCA Treasurer Matt Heath.

The RLCCA looks forward to working with a broad coalition of California Republicans to draft a bylaws amendment, to be considered at the Fall 2011 CRP convention, that will create a grassroots caucus process, allowing the maximum number of Republican voters to participate in the process of choosing the Republican nominee.

Founded in 1991, the RLC is a grassroots 527 political organization that promotes the principles of individual rights, limited government and free enterprise within the Republican Party. Learn more at www.rlcca.org.

(Download the press release, PDF 255KB.)

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