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Dudley Brown on 2012 RNC Change to Rules

Dudley Brown on 2012 RNC Change to Rules

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"RESOLUTION TO RESTORE THE POWER OF THE GOP GRASSROOTS”

"RESOLUTION TO RESTORE THE POWER OF THE GOP GRASSROOTS”

Whereas, the new party rules at the Republican National Convention in Tampa were adopted under questionable circumstances with disregard for convention rules;

Whereas, the new rules impose a top-down structure of governance in place of the party's traditional bottom-up structure and reduce the power and autonomy of state and local party organizations;

Whereas, the changes to Rule 12 give unprecedented power to the national committee to change party rules without the input and approval of state parties and their members;

Whereas, it is to benefit of the Greenville County Republican Party that First in the South rules not be open to change between conventions;

Therefore, be it resolved that:

We condemn Rule 12 as antithetical to Republican values and assert the primacy of the delegates to the Republican Convention in setting party rules;

We reject the new top-down structure of governance as detrimental to the long-term success of the Republican Party."

This courageous Resolution is proof that the Greenville County Republican Party continues to be a Grass Roots party, with a strong liberty movement.

PASSED BY UNANIMOUS CONSENT GREENVILLE COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING OCTOBER 1, 2012.

To be forwarded to the SCGOP State Executive Committee.

Respectfully submitted by:
Christopher S. Lawton - President Sevier Precinct, Greenville County

Borrowed from NH resolution!