As I write this blog post, I am in our nation’s capitol, Washington, D.C., participating in a meeting of the Republican National Committee. It is an honor to been elected to serve as one of California’s three RNC Members (along with National Committeewoman Linda Ackerman and CRP Chairman Jim Brulte).
It’s no secret that RNC Chairman Reince Priebus has three goals to help win the presidency in 2016:
Reducing the amount of time Republican candidates can slice and dice each other is priority one. In the last several presidential elections, Republicans engaged in over nine months of brutal divisive expensive primaries. Eventually all candidates are worn out, their negative ratings skyrocket, and the “winner”is deeply in debt and badly bruised. New rules will reduce the mutual combat to 5 months – January to May.
The RNC Rules Committee, on which I serve representing California, voted nearly unanimously for the compression of the present primary system to five months today. We will continue to enjoy the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary followed by South Carolina and Nevada in the months of January and… Read More