Readers will recall the July 23, 2016 post, Flyers in the Ointment addressing the Clark County Republican Party mailing out flyers that promoted favored candidates over others in direct violation of their bylaws.
In a subsequent post this blog mentioned their displeasure in seeing Republican John Blom defeat incumbent Republican David Madore and more will be being released here in following days.
Below is a short excerpt of audio sent me of a Friday, Aug. 13 committee meeting at the Clark County GOP headquarters where such displeasure was being expressed along with efforts to justify violating their own bylaws with the questionable mailers.
Party bylaws, which were made public are very clear in expressing a “no position” position shall be taken when more than one Republican is vying in a primary.
Simply stated, it is the voters of Clark County that are to determine which candidate they feel is best suited to advance to the general and not the leadership of the party.
Other audio which will also be posted in subsequent days will show how some members of this committee are highly displeased with the outcome of the primary election in District 3 of Clark County.
They also show an effort of what can only be described as “collusion” on the part of a member of an “up and coming” media site for the party to continue sidestepping bylaws by submitting articles in the future to the site and they be posted as if not actually from the party.
Years ago this blog began warning citizens of this group that was taking over the Clark County Republican Party and was scoffed at.
In 2014 and often since this blog and its author has been attacked for shining light in on nefarious actions taken by this same leadership.
They see nothing irregular in their conduct to ensure what they want in government is what happens and to them, just as with far leftists, “the ends justify the means,” even if directly violating their own bylaws.
You that are still remaining in the Clark County Republican Party need to clean house and elect new leaders.
Leaders that will listen to you and still believe in cooperation with diverse views, just like President Reagan adopted with his “big tent” policy, not dictate from the top while pretending to be a “grassroots bottom up” party.
Take back your party!
UPDATE: Aug 26, 2016 the Lazy C reporting the Clark County Republicans are considering a “neutrality resolution.” Do they really require a separate resolution calling on them to abide by their existing bylaws?
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