Why become a PC?

  • Who chooses your local, County and state GOP officers?   The PCs do…
  • Who elects state delegates?   The PCs do…
  • Who helps Constitutional candidates get on the ballot? The PCs do…
  • Who decides how to spend the GOP’s money?   The PCs do…
  • Who has weight when calling your local candidates & elected officials? The PCs do..
  • Who gets lots of face time with candidates & elected officials?   The PCs do…

We all have busy schedules; I don’t know many people who have extra time. But if I were to show you how, with very little effort, you could help save our Republic from those who wish to destroy it, would you do it?  A PC doesn’t “have” to do anything; you won’t get fined or get a pink slip if you miss a meeting. Because of this flexibility we can work on our own schedules. Some months you may have more time than others and you can adjust your efforts accordingly. So if you have to miss a meeting for some reason, another Republican you trust can carry your vote. When helping candidates who you want to support, you can pick and choose the amount of time you donate making calls, handing out information, collecting signatures etc. 

PCs are so important because we usually decide which candidate makes it on the ballot; we are the only ones who elect party leaders; and we shape the political discussions of what we want to change in the country, from the school board to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. This truly is the “easiest” thing you can do to save our Republic. Ron Paul has told us that if we want to change government we have to become government. Let’s follow his lead!

I’m ready! How do I become a PC?