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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Speak Up and Attend Your Caucus

Minnesota's caucuses will be held on Super Tuesday, February 5, 2008. The Minnesota Republican Party needs more conservative voices among its grass roots supporters. If you are dissatisfied with how elected Republicans are representing you in Congress, this is your chance to speak up.

I know that many abstained from the 2006 elections to "send a message" to Republican leaders. But, not voting and forfeiting the election to our opposition sends a very different message. Politicians only hear two things -- votes cast on Election Day and noisy constituents. The message that most Republican politicians heard in 2006 is that voters wanted Congress to "get things done" and to compromise conservative principles if necessary.

For those active at the grass roots level, and those wanting their "message" to be heard, the caucus is a good place to start. (Calls, letters, faxes, and email to Republican leaders also helps.)

Click here for more information about Minnesota's caucus and, in particular, the Minnesota's House District 50B caucus (for Arden Hills, New Brighton, and parts of Fridley and Shoreview).

1 Comments:

Blogger Daria said...

The Minnesota Majority.org site provides a lot of information as well as several convenient ways to reach a lot of elected officials or create letters to the editor with very little effort.

Definitely worth checking out.

- D

1/17/2008 9:18 AM  

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