On Saturday, June 23rd, the Oregon Republican Party will convene its Congressional District Conventions around the state.
Delegates (precinct committee persons) will elect delegates and alternates to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, presidential electors, and Congressional District officers.
Whether this is your first convention or you've been there, done that, this training will help you understand how a convention is run and how to make sure everyone plays fairly.
Oregon Congressional District Pre-Convention Teleconference
Who Should Attend?
- Elected Precinct Committee Persons (on ballot or write-in).
- Candidates for national convention delegates and electors.
What You'll Learn
- What to expect at a convention.
- What to look out for at a convention.
- The convention agenda.
- How to make sure the convention is run fairly.
How to Prepare
- Oregon Republican Party Bylaws
- Oregon Republican Party Standing Rules
- Oregon Republican Party Congressional District Convention Rules 2012
- Robert's Rules of Order Motions Chart
- Oregon Revise Statutes, Chapter 248 — Political Parties; Presidential Electors
- Eu v. S.F. Cty. Democratic Cent. Comm. - 489 U.S. 214 (1989)
And you'll get your questions answered, too. Just like anything else, the more you know beforehand, the more comfortable you'll be with what's happening and the happier you'll be with the result.
To find out where you need to go on June 23rd, check your convention location.
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