Save the date – Saturday, April 30th, Massachusetts Republican Congressional District Caucuses to elect delegates to the RNC

UPDATE for 6th Congressional District:
April 30, 2016 at 10am

Elks Lodge 1276
63 Bay State Rd
Wakefield, MA 01880
United States
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by Brad Wyatt
Please make sure to SAVE THE DATE and attend on Saturday, April 30th, 10 a.m.
Once every four years, the Massachusetts Republican voters elect Delegates to the Republican National Convention.
In September, the establishment tried to ELIMINATE the caucus election of delegates, and replace with SELECTION by Party insiders. The Liberty Movement fought back against the establishment, and won a very close
37-35 vote to keep the caucuses.
Although, there may not be a pure Liberty candidate running for president in 2016, grassroots Liberty delegates can influence the Republican Party platform to bring attention to:
• Audit the Federal Reserve
• End the unconstitutional wars
• Protect Internet freedom and privacy
MOST IMPORTANTLY, these delegates will set the rules for the 2020 Presidential Nomination Process.
The Massachusetts Liberty Movement has a terrific slate of grassroots activists prepared to invest their own time, talent, and treasure to travel to the RNC in Cleveland – but we need your help on Saturday, April 30th!
PLEASE support the anti-establishment Liberty slate of delegates at the caucus on Saturday, April 30th at
10 a.m.
The caucus locations are:
District 1 – Elks Lodge 2448,
69 Chapin St, Ludlow
District 2 – Oak Street Middle School, 45 Oak Street, Shrewsbury
District 3 – Groton Dunstable High School, 703 Chicopee Row, Groton
District 4 – North Attleboro Middle School, 564 Landry Dr, North Attleboro
District 5 – Elks Lodge, 1425,
95 Speen St, Natick
District 6 – Elks Lodge, 1276,
63 Bay State Road, Wakefield
District 7 – Randolph Community Middle School, 225 High St, Randolph
District 8 – Braintree Town Hall,
1 J.F.K. Memorial Drive, Braintree
District 9 – Plymouth Community Intermediate School, 117 Long Pong Road, Plymouth
A caucus is avery simple event, Republican voters get checked in by
10 a.m., listen to some two-minute speeches by candidates, and then vote on RNC delegates and alternates. The process takes well less than two hours, and happens only once every four years. Children are welcome to attend, but only registered Republicans as of Feb. 10th, 2016 are eligible to vote.
To save our volunteers time on phone calls to Liberty supporters, it’s helpful if you email me if you plan to attend.  Plus, I can verify your caucus location.
In all seriousness, two hours at a Saturday morning caucus is the most important action an activist can perform – and the reality is, without a strong caucus turnout on April 30th, there will likely be no caucus in 2020.
Thanks for all you do for Liberty –
In Liberty,
Brad Wyatt
(508) 400-7007

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