Wayne County - Pizza and Politics

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Wayne County - Pizza and Politics

Time: March 29, 2012 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Location: American Legion Stitt Post #232
Street: 23850 Military
City/Town: Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
Phone: 313-584-6795
Event Type: meeting, discussion, forum, meet and greet, precinct delegate registration
Organized By: WCRC
Latest Activity: Mar 27, 2012

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PIZZA AND POLITICS


Please contact Doug Mitchell to register!

 

MAKE a difference in your State and Country by becoming a Precinct Delegate for your city at the Wayne County Republican Committee's Pizza & Politics event

 

** LEARN ABOUT BECOMING A DELEGATE TO YOUR COUNTY CONVENTION.  FOLKS WILL BE ON HAND TO GET YOU REGISTERED
** HEAR FROM CANDIDATES FOR THE U.S. SENATE
** VOTE IN THE WAYNE COUNTY STRAW POLL
** HAVE A GREAT TIME WITH YOUR FELLOW REPUBLICANS
** FREE  FREE  FREE

 

If you have any questions, or to register, please contact us at secretarydoug@14cdrc.org

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Join Rattle With Us Tea Party

Comment by Denis Curran on March 11, 2012 at 5:20am

From Instapundit (http://pjmedia.com/instapundit/138573/).  An interesting (inspirational?) example. While I cannot understand political parties endorsing primary candidates, in those places where it is accepted practice, conservatives have apparently learned to play the game too:

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March 8, 2012

CAMPAIGN FOR PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITY knocks out Jean Schmidt in Ohio. If I were, say, Orrin Hatch I’d be worried.

UPDATE: Reader Robert Ethan Hahn emails:

    I credit the Tea Partiers on the Clermont County Republican Central Committee, who got Jean Schmidt un-endorsed this cycle:

    http://www.gopclermont.org/endorsed-candidates-2012.html

    Note:

    Races where candidates requested endorsement but where none was granted were the following:

    2nd Congressional District

    …those central committees are where the action is – that’s where you go to take the party back.

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