Get Involved in Your Local Precincts by Dan Schultz
Precinct committee members are crucial to a viable democracy So, what is a precinct committeeman? Watch the two-minute video explanation below and the videos in the playlist below that. You can make a difference!
Precinct Committeeman Strategy
Becoming a Precinct Committee Member
These instructional videos will only take a few minutes of your time and explain the basics of being a Precinct Committee Member.
This strategy will require you to attend a Republican Party monthly meeting where you live and spend a few hours before the primary and general election either walking your precinct or making Get Out The Vote (“GOTV”) phone calls on behalf of a candidate. If you can’t commit to a few hours a year to save your liberties, don’t read on, as this strategy is not for you. The future of your country is worth a few hours a month outside your comfort zone.
In a nutshell, this is what every conservative needs to do ASAP:
- Contact your county Republican Party Committee, find out when and where it or your local district Party Committee meets (terminology varies from state to state), and attend the meeting.
- Introduce yourself. Be friendly, polite, and low key. The current officers may be wary of outsiders. Ask if a vacant precinct committeeman position exists for your precinct and volunteer to be appointed to fill it. If no vacancy currently exists (extremely unlikely), volunteer to be a “helper” for the existing precinct committeemen.
- Ask for a copy of the precinct committeeman handbook of your state party committee and study it and learn how to run for precinct committeeman in the next election for these positions.
Precinct committeemen are today’s political Minutemen and you’ll find the experience interesting and rewarding and you’ll meet many Republicans who know the ropes. It is important to get as many conservatives as you can to become involved in the process. Precinct committeemen are the “elite” of the political parties – parties do not exist without them and fewer than one in one hundred political party members can be a voting member of the party.
In 2017, Dan Schultz published this paperback book on Amazon.com and sent it to President Donald Trump, hoping he’d embrace the Precinct Committeeman Strategy to help him get reelected AND transform our Party by “Trumplifying” it with Trump supporters in the precinct committeeman ranks.
If enough conservatives read this book and carry out the simple actions required to become “voting members” of the Republican Party — precinct committeemen — the probability of President’s Trump’s re-election — now in 2024 — will go up significantly, as precinct committeemen are instrumental in getting to the polls the 35% or so of Trump supporters who need a gentle reminder, from a fellow Trump supporter, to go vote. (The book is also available in paperback and kindle version.)