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Here are the Headlines and exerts:

1.) Chairman (Allen)Alley Oppresses Young Elected Delegates

"....As the district convention was delayed, I was pretty shocked when Fred Dayton announced that he was going to adjourn the convention and later that Terri Moffett had walked out, unannounced, with our ballots! This is absolutely not how our Republic works! This was especially startling because previously at the convention, we had voted that we were not going to stop the process until every single position had been duly elected. Many of us—supporters from all different types of campaigns—felt that what was being done to us was completely out of line and unfair, and we motioned to continue voting—and we did.

I am proud to say that I was duly elected as an alternate delegate for my district!

So, you can imagine my shock and horror when I received an e-mail from Allen Alley with no explanation, no apology, and no legal references stating that I was not chosen as an alternate.

This is absolutely unacceptable...."

2.) ORP Appoints Friends in Secret Meeting to Replace Duly Elected Delegation.

"Oregon Republican Party (ORP) Executive Committee members gathered for a secret meeting in Eugene Saturday, June 30 in an ultra vires attempt to appoint replacements for the state’s duly elected alternate delegates. This meeting came exactly one week after the ORP Congressional District (CD) Conventions elected delegates, alternate delegates, presidential electors, and district officers. Executive committee friends and family received the illegitimate appointments – some without even filing for the office – and duly elected alternate delegates received a conciliatory letter from ORP Chairman Allen Alley on their “unsuccessful” election...."

RichardTaylorAPP - Chair - American Patriot Party.CC

John Locke #201, 202, 212 to 232; Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions 1798; Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788; Rights of the Colonists 1772.