Monday, September 10, 2012

25 productive steps for Ron Paul Supporters to take


My fellow RightOnline blogger Duane, over at AllAmericanBlog highlights 25 things Ron Paul Supporters can do besides voting for Gary Johnson, a sample:

  • Join the Republican Party:  You read that right.  Go to GOP.com and join up.  Get their newsletter.  Like them on Facebook. Follow them on Twitter.  Join the team.
  • Go the the GOP Website for Your State and Volunteer:  Missouri’s GOP website is www.mogop.org.  When I go there, I can volunteer to help the party.  Volunteering is often a great way to get your foot in the door.  Once you start volunteering and networking, then you can so something like #4, but first, you really should do #3.
  • Attend the County Party Committee Meeting:  The Republican Party has committees in each county.  Personally, I don’t know that my county ever meets.  If they do, they aren’t advertising when.  All you have to do is go to the GOP’s website for your state.  Find the page showing county committees and see who is on yours.  Reach out to them and find out when they are meeting next.  Attend the meeting and press the flesh.  Get to know these folks.  If you really try, you could be working with them someday.  Which brings us to…
  •  Become a Member of the County Party Committee:  How does one get on the county party committee? Right now, I don’t know. I never thought about trying to get on one. That’s a good question for you to ask when you attend your first meeting.  Once you are on the committee though, work hard politicking so you can…
  • Become the Chair of the County Party Committee:  Boom!  Now you’re doing it.  Running a county committee is a great way to actually start impacting the direction of the party.  And, done right, could open the door to #6.
  • Read the whole thing here.

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