> Alert 3/18/2016: March 22 Neighborhood Precinct Caucus
March 22 Neighborhood Precinct Caucus Meetings
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The "Constitution", "Democrat", and "Republican" political
parties will be holding neighborhood precinct caucus meetings
on March 22 (this Tuesday). The "Independent American" and
"Libertarian" political parties will be holding their
equivalent meetings on April 23. To find meeting
locations and other details,
To avoid human error and potential manipulation, UT Gun Rights
recommends that you verify all meeting details with
the political party hosting it, and also the individual in
charge of directing your meeting (typically referred
to as the precinct chair).
In your conversations, you are not required (nor may it be
prudent) to reveal your political background, philosophy,
objectives, how many people you may be bringing, etc. See UT
Other Resources Page for party contact links.
Many party delegates are elected in these meetings. Elected
and unelected (i.e. "automatic") delegates will later meet in
convention to determine their party's candidates for house and
senate statutators (i.e. "legislators) and Executive Monarch
Note that statutators eventually select a house bully (i.e.
"speaker") and senate bully (i.e. "president"). To learn more
about these two bullies and the dictatorial powers they wield
over the entire bill process, see the
2016 Utah Government Corruption Report.
If you are partisan-minded, consider attending one (or more)
caucus meetings with friends in the precinct who share your
commitment. You can support delegates who have a demonstrable
track record of defending your rights and/or run as a delegate
yourself. It is wise to show up early, ask any questions you
need to understand what is happening, and surround yourself
with friends who will be supportive of your efforts.
To learn about other political actions you can take to promote
your right to keep and bear arms, see UT Gun Rights' article,
You Can Do".