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To change the world the goal must be to take control of the power centers of society. The Precinct Conventions that elect the Precinct Chairs are one of the power centers of society.

A county is divided into precincts. A precinct is an area that contains a maximum of 2,999 voters, usually with about 1000 voters within an area of several streets. The precincts are called the grassroots of the political parties. Each political party in each precinct is represented by a Precinct Chair (or Chairman/Leader/Executive/Delegate/Officer/etc, the position seems to be called by many names). The Precinct Chairs within a county make up a party Central Committee. Through the Central Committee's powers the Precinct Chairs together are extremely influential in the county, state, and the national party.

An explanation about why the Precinct Chair/Executive is so powerful, a "power center of society": http://www.networkamerica.org/most_powerful_office.htm

A 10-minute lesson in taking back the Precinct Chair/Executive offices: http://www.networkamerica.org/10minute.htm

See page 8 for a chart of the powers of the Precinct Chairs and Central Committee, some info page 7 onwards: http://peakdems.org/pdf/precinct_chair_handbook.pdf

The strategy for taking back the Precinct Chairs and Central Committee power center of society: http://www.networkamerica.org/action_program_2008.htm

The Precinct Conventions (or caucuses, etc) held on even numbered years (2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012) are where the Precinct Chairs and other Party office holders and in some cases delegates are elected by voters. In some states the Precinct Conventions are where delegates to the County, State, and National Party Conventions get their start. The delegates that make it to the National Convention are who choose the party's presidential candidate.

Each main political party accounts for about 50% of the political power in America. Controlling only one party's 50% of the political power is not enough, since the other party still controls the other 50+%, so both parties must be taken back to regain actual control of the country. The parties in power are who control the election systems, third parties don't have any power and so they cannot control the election systems to ensure fairness, so they can't get elected. The goals/platforms of the parties have already been so twisted around that the distinction between parties is essentially meaningless. People typically continue to vote for the same party over and over again, and that party typically reliably controls the county government. Ideally the goal is to choose the majority of the delegates at all levels in both parties so that they can select the desired candidates running for all offices.

Other power centers of society are the economic systems, mainstream media, widely believed misconceptions, and the schooling system. Educating people about the truth and discrediting the mainstream media, and helping others free themselves from the controlled economic systems should also be the goals of Precinct Chairs and community leaders.

Goals should be:

  1. Get control of as many Precinct Chairs as possible in the county's strongest party. Some spaces are empty and will be given to the first person interested others will have to be contested at the next precinct convention/caucus.
  2. Get as many informed voters to the precinct conventions/caucuses a possible. Make sure they know who to vote for (their friend/relative). Use phone calls, cars, buses, whatever it takes.
  3. Get control of as many Precinct Chairs as possible in the county's weaker party. Take back the Central Committee of the county's weaker party.
  4. When a majority of a county's Precinct Chairs are controlled then the Party Central Committee can be taken over. The party Central Committee can then endorse freedom movement people for local offices, and ensure fair elections.

Much of the information is thanks to this wonderful site: http://www.NetworkAmerica.org

Some info about precincts: http://www.oaklandgop.net/precinctdelegate.asp

Some info about party levels: http://www.mcrp.org/PermanentPolitical.html http://www.kanegop.org/kcrcc.html http://www.wsoctv.com/news/14800435/detail.html https://www.netsafa.navy.mil/ipg/Political_Process.htm http://enr2.clarityelections.com/Def...?c=lake&eid=20

Info about the Party structure and Precinct Conventions: http://www.texasgop.org/site/PageSer...name=RPTBasics

How to handle the Precinct Conventions and delegates: http://www.texasgop.org/site/News2?p...rticle&id=5742 http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=1708 http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=27066

Info about Precinct and County Chair positions: http://www.traviscountydemocrats.org...tchairFAQs.htm http://www.txdemocrats.org/the_party...recinct_chair/

Strategy of the Revolution, recruiting and spreading from precinct to county control: http://freedomguide.blogspot.com/200...n-victory.html

Previous party take overs: http://www.theocracywatch.org/taking_over.htm

Study the strategy of the Art of War: http://www.sonshi.com/learn.html http://www.chinapage.com/sunzi-e.html

Info about county government. The Central Committees of the Parties helps elect county officials that control vast amounts of power over your life: http://www.mncounties.org/Publicatio...cture%2002.pdf http://www.mncounties.org/Publicatio...iesforKIDS.pdf http://www.clintoncountyiowa.com/STRUCTUREONECOLOR.PDF http://www.guidetogov.org/ca/state/overview/county.html

Major party Executive Committees may be able to use the endorsement power for third party candidates: http://www.geocities.com/stoutdem/partydiscipline.html