Recently, the Beaufort GOP has undergone a restructuring with new leadership in place. Their web site which was not updated has a new look and better information and news access.
Jim Riordon the the new chair and is very much aligned with TEA Party and Conservative principles.
I encourage you to visit the page. BeaufortGOP.com
Beaufort County has over 90 Republican Precincts and less than half of them have the leadership seated. If we are to help exercise our TEA Party values, I highly suggest if you live and vote in one of the empty precincts you volunteer to take the open positions. Open positions are for the Precinct President, who organizes the precinct and schedules and presides over the meetings, and the Executive Committee-person, who votes on policy issues and attends all County meetings. ** These are two important positions, especially of the Executive Committee-person, who actively shapes policies in the County GOP. ***
If you are unsure what precinct you vote in, go to http://www.scvotes.org/ and check your registration.
Open Precincts are:
Support The Balanced Budget Amendment
Columbia, SC — Every legislative session has its signature moment when a piece of landmark legislation is signed into law by the governor. This year will be no different. The South Carolina legislature is grappling with education, roads, ethics and protections for battered women and abused children. One of the most important pieces of legislation that South Carolina will consider is S-30, a resolution which calls for a Convention of the States for the limited purpose of proposing a federal balanced budget amendment.
If the South Carolina House and Senate were to pass S-30, the ‘Palmetto State’ would join twenty-five other States that have passed similar legislation which collectively taps into the vast powers granted to the States under Article V of the U.S. Constitution. This authority empowers the States, upon the application of two-thirds the State legislatures, to call a convention to propose amendment(s) which three-quarters (38) of the States must ratify.
Read some of the following books
Invest Financially In Your Freedom
In the same way we budget for groceries, bills, etc. we now need to budget financially to support political action organizations who are looking out for us, as well as political candidates that espouse our core values.
Use T-shirts, baseball caps, bumper stickers and any other creative display to get your statement across. Use a powerful message that anyone can read. Exercise your First Amendment Right to Free Speech. (But please, keep it nice and clean!)
Visit websites that promote your core values and stay connected.
We can no longer rely on a watchdog media to keep us informed of issues relating to freedom and morality. So, get on the email distribution list of watchdog political action organizations who are keeping an eye on Washington.
Follow the links to the left of this page and get involved! →
Minimize the Power of State Media and Hollywood Elite
Listen to talk radio, join a church, just don't take what is printed or in the media as the only truth.
Contact Congress on Important Legislation!
Washington must be reminded that any attempt to encroach upon our freedom, attack our faith and fiscal irresponsibility will not be tolerated! Contact the White House, Senate and House by phone, fax, mail and email. For contact information go to CongressMerge and Whitehouse.gov.
Remember- 100 emails = 10 calls = 1 fax
Remember Our Motto:
"In God We Trust"