Walking, Talking and Making a Difference
What can you do for your Country?
The sham 2020 election brought a range of reactions and emotions as the extent of the fraud was revealed. When common sense patriotic Americans learned that their vote had been stolen, the question became “Now what?”.
Enter the Precinct Committee Strategy. The Precinct Committee Strategy became a popular option for the people to reclaim some of their power. An epic battle between the RINO establishment and fired up grassroots ensued. Some state’s GOP leadership was replaced with newly activated election fraud confirming leadership. Some states didn’t have quite enough to overturn the power hungry Executive Boards. Some were cheated out of elections as the GOP leadership changed the rules. Some counties were flipped, others organized for the first time, some kept from organizing as the cheaters are still cheating. But all across the country, The People rose to the challenge.
A sidenote on the SDGOP: As the likes of John Wiik, Mary Fitzgerald and the rest of the Schoenbeck led circus act continue to scheme to get rid of the “wack-a-doodles” who “don’t vote the way they should” and “aren’t doing anything”, Stu Cvrk, Chair of the Bon Homme County Republican Party, wrote this on-point article which documents Schoenbeck’s (and Company) hatred and disdain for the peasants they can no longer fool - or control.
Are you a new precinct committee person still waiting for a job to do? Or, are you a long-time precinct committee person who has never really understood your job? Are you looking to help secure elections in your county and are not currently involved with the County Central Committee?
It couldn’t be easier than walking and talking. If you can walk and talk - YOU CAN HELP! If you need a current list of voters in your precinct, we can help. Email us and we will get you a list. Or, you can go to your county auditor office and purchase a list of voters in your precinct. If you are walking your neighborhood and only want to talk to Republicans, filter your list to include only Republicans. If you want to talk to independents and Democrats, sort accordingly, or knock on all the doors.
Compare your list of voters to those who answer the door at any given address. You can help canvas and clean up the voter rolls this way. Make note of discrepancies and report them to your auditor. (Be prepared, you will have a lot!)
Take a sign up sheet and ask your neighbors which task they would volunteer for in the 2024 election cycle: 1) Poll Working, 2) Poll Watching, or 3) Hand Counting. If you are a precinct committee man, turn in these lists to your County Party Chair. If you are a volunteer, turn these lists in to your auditor. Your auditor MUST use lists turned in by the Party Chair. Your Party Chair must be paying attention during election time.
The County Party Executive Board has a huge part in providing local oversight of election processes AND staffing the elections with plenty of poll workers. See our documents compiling the state laws that apply to the Party Chairs HERE, and the duties of the precinct committee man in helping staff elections HERE, and a good portion of the state laws regarding Hand Counting HERE. This may not be a totally comprehensive list of hand counting statutes, as most of our code is geared towards hand counting. Somewhere along the way someone decided that hand counting in the precinct could be bypassed, (which violates the chain of custody) but we don’t believe state law actually allows for this.
BE ENCOURAGED: There are amazing patriots out there hitting the ground working hard to staff the elections. Here is a note from one amazing self-starter.
Getting election volunteers is FUN and a great way to make new FRIENDS!
I spent about ten hours the last two weekends going door to door in my neighborhood. I explained that we are short volunteers in our polling location and asked if people would be willing to help out. I spoke with Democrats, Independents, and Republicans.
The response was amazing. Most of the people were happy to help and many volunteered their spouse. And best of all, I only ran into one curmudgeon who scolded me for talking with my neighbors.
In the ten hours (yes, only 10 hours) I was able to get almost 40 volunteers. If 50 people did this we would have several thousand volunteers and be the envy of the nation.
I promise you it isn’t difficult, and I would love to see South Dakota in the news again for grassroots innovation!
Remember - elections need dual party representation in the precincts. We need just as many democrats as republicans to staff your precinct.
Some amazing west river patriots used a community Trunk-or-Treat event as an opportunity to educate on elections. They wrapped the treats with notes on elections. How creative is that?
You might not want to research election law, testify in legislative committee hearings, or speak at county commission meetings, but you can walk and talk. Use that ability to build community in your neighborhood. Talk to your neighbors, recruit poll workers, and work to restore our American heritage.
CALL TO ACTION IN MINNEHAHA COUNTY:
Minnehaha County went from 75 precincts up to 81. Your auditor needs well over 600 election workers. Please consider using this holiday season to network and fully staff your precinct with poll workers and an ample amount of backups. If the volunteer listed above came up with 40 non-partisan election workers in 10 hours, think what you can do!
“And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.” John F. Kennedy - Inaugural Address, January 20, 1961
The time is now.
Everything is on the line.
As James O’Keefe would say, Be Brave, Do something.