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  • The Fascism of the Left has Infiltrated All Levels of Government
    Posted Jun 26, 2021 by Martin Armstrong

    The Fascism of the Left Has Infiltrated All levels of Government
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/br3MaBSoQ8Te/?list=notifications&randomize=false This becomes a fight for the very principles on which the United Stat…
  • ANNOUNCEMENT: Candidate Screening
    Posted on February 28, 2021 | Leave a comment
    The Bedminster Republican Municipal Committee will hold their candidate’s screening via Zoom at 7pm on March 23, 2021. The committee will be screening candidates for Township Committee and will decide on two nominees for the organization’s endorsement. Prospective candidates who wish to be considered and members of the public who wish to attend, should contact the Bedminster RMC at info@bedminstergop.org by March 14th.


    BedminsterGOP.org | Official Website of the Bedminster Republican Municipal Committee
  • Several openings for poll challengers in Bernard Township: btrmc.com/who-we-are

    • Ty for this information.

      Might you have some extra time to put some of your postings on the state of Florida page. I am in florida now and that would be a big help to our network.


  • As far as New Jersey is concerned, we elect County Committee by voting district on Primary Day.  This was generally done on the even years and due to COVID the cycle has changed.  We will be electing County Committee during the Primary on June 8th.  The cutoff for petitions is April 5th.  You can get your petition and signature requirements from your County website.  The petition goes to the Municipal Clerk in your town. 

    Becoming a Precinct Committeeman Step-by-Step

    August 8, 2009

    The office of precinct committeeman (“PC”) has been has been called “the most powerful office in the world” because the PC is the closest structured political officeholder to the registered voter. A registered voter has no vote in internal Party policy; a precinct committeeman does. A PC elects district, county and state party officers, delegates to the Presidential convention and RNC members. PCs sent to the Pres. Convention vote on what policies the party platform will be advocated in the next two years. Through a monthly meeting, PCs interact with their elected Party officials to influence legislation.

    Here’s the point: the Party does have good conservatives in it who are willing to take positions of Party leadership, but they won’t get elected into those positions unless the Party has a solid majority of conservatives in the PC ranks. As a PC, you can devote as much or as little time to other PC tasks such as helping to get out the vote on election day and informing the voters in your precinct about the best candidates, how best to vote on initiatives, etc. Politics matter. Look at the outcome of the last election. But to be able to vote for the Party leadership, a conservative registered Republican voter must be a PC. It’s that simple.



    The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy to Take Back the Republican Party and then America…
    Here's a thirteen minute portion of a video interview with Steve Bannon explaining the Precinct Committeeman Strategy, courtesy of Major Patriot at t…
  • Please join or comment on availability for the following meeting.  Once we determine the appropriate time then,

    • Feel free to include all individuals or groups that you believe should be aligned with our efforts.
    • If you remember the "Battle for Trenton".  Well we are here again and need to be effective this time.

    Edward Durfee is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

    Topic: New Jersey Coalition for Liberty and Prosperity
    Time: Feb 3, 2021 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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    Meeting ID: 706 318 0168
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    senvandrew@njleg.org, sensweeney@njleg.org, senmadden@njleg.org,
    sencruzperez@njleg.org, senbeach@njleg.org, sensingleton@njleg.org, sengopal@njleg.org,
    sengreenstein@njleg.org, senturner@njleg.org, senbsmith@njleg.org, sendiegnan@njleg.org,
    senvitale@njleg.org, sencryan@njleg.org, senscutari@njleg.org, sencodey@njleg.org,
    senrice@njleg.org, senruiz@njleg.org, sencunningham@njleg.org, sensacco@njleg.org,
    senstack@njleg.org, sengill@njleg.org, senpou@njleg.org, sensarlo@njleg.org,
    senweinberg@njleg.org, senlagana@njleg.org,


    senbrown@njleg.org, senaddiego@njleg.org, senconnors@njleg.org,
    senholzapfel@njleg.org, senthompson@njleg.org, senoscanlon@njleg.org, senbateman@njleg.org,
    sentkean@njleg.org, sendoherty@njleg.org, senoroho@njleg.org, senbucco@njleg.org,
    senpennacchio@njleg.org, sensinger@njleg.org, sencardinale@njleg.org, sencorrado@njleg.org,

    DEMOCRATS: 54 (33 Men, 21 Women)


    AsmAndrzejczak@njleg.org, AsmLand@njleg.org, AsmArmato@njleg.org, AsmMazzeo@njleg.org, AsmBurzichelli@njleg.org, AsmTaliaferro@njleg.org, AsmMoriarty@njleg.org, AsmSpearman@njleg.org, AsmGreenwald@njleg.org, AsmConaway@njleg.org, AsmHoughtaling@njleg.org, AsmBenson@njleg.org,
    AsmDeAngelo@njleg.org, AsmVerrelli@njleg.org, AsmFreiman@njleg.org, AsmZwicker@njleg.org, AsmDanielsen@njleg.org, AsmEgan@njleg.org, AsmKarabinchak@njleg.org, AsmCoughlin@njleg.org, AsmHolley@njleg.org, AsmKennedy@njleg.org, AsmMcKeon@njleg.org, AsmCaputo@njleg.org,
    AsmChiaravalloti@njleg.org, AsmMejia@njleg.org, AsmMukherji@njleg.org, AsmGiblin@njleg.org, AsmWimberly@njleg.org, AsmCalabrese@njleg.org, AsmSchaer@njleg.org, AsmJohnson@njleg.org, AsmTully@njleg.org


    AswMosquera@njleg.org; AswJones@njleg.org; AswLampitt@njleg.org, AswMurphy@njleg.org; AswDowney@njleg.org; AswReynoldsJackson@njleg.org; AswPinkin@njleg.org; AswLopez@njleg.org; AswQuijano@njleg.org;
    AswCarter@njleg.org; AswJasey@njleg.org; AswTucker@njleg.org; AswPintorMarin@njleg.org; AswSpeight@njleg.org; AswMcKnight@njleg.org; AswJimenez@njleg.org; AswChaparro@njleg.org; AswTimberlake@njleg.org;

    AswSumter@njleg.org; AswVainieriHuttle@njleg.org; AswSwain@njleg.org
    REPUBLICANS: 26 (20 Men, 6 Women)


    AsmHowarth@njleg.org, AsmPeters@njleg.org, AsmRumpf@njleg.org, AsmMcGuckin@njleg.org, AsmWolfe@njleg.org, AsmClifton@njleg.org, AsmDancer@njleg.org, AsmBramnick@njleg.org, AsmDiMaio@njleg.org, AsmPeterson@njleg.org, AsmSpace@njleg.org, AsmWirths@njleg.org, AsmBucco@njleg.org, AsmCarroll@njleg.org, AsmWebber@njleg.org, AsmSKean@njleg.org, AsmThompson@njleg.org, AsmAuth@njleg.org, AsmDePhillips@njleg.org, AsmRooney@njleg.org


    AswGove@njleg.org; AswDiMaso@njleg.org; AswHandlin@njleg.org; AswMunoz@njleg.org; AswDeCroce@njleg.org; AswSchepisi@njleg.org

  • The clock is ticking. We must respond to shut this down.

    1. Permanent Democrat control of New Jersey
    The NJ Constitution defines how the State will draw boundaries to elect State Senators and members of the NJ General Assembly (Art. IV, Sec. III) after the 2020 Census. Democrats have scheduled a final committee hearing on a proposed Constitutional Amendment that would change who names members to the Apportionment Commission that draws the lines. Control of the map = control of the Legislature. Guess what their objective is.

    While the plan to make these changes was first introduced in January (ACR60, SCR43), it didn't go anywhere. But after months of political squabbles, agreement by leaders was apparently reached at the League of Municipalities convention in Atlantic City. It appears the plan now is to rush a full vote before this year's sessions end, then push a quick second vote in January, so it will go on the November 2019 General Election ballot. New Jersey voters always vote yes on any question on the ballot. Result: permanent Democrat control of the state.

    Monday, November 26, 10:00 AM 
    Senate Budget & Appropriations Committee on SCR43,
    possibly in conjunction with the Assembly Appropriations Committee 
    WHERE: State House Annex, 131 West State Street, First Floor, Committee Room 4


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