Precinct Delagate

Location: Grand Rapids Michigan
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Latest Activity: Jul 5, 2017


A Call to Duty!

 As a member of the Tea Party, I took on the responsibility of being a Precinct Delegate without having a clue as to what it would require in time and organization. I took on the task because I am concerned about the direction the Obama administration was taking us and I wanted to be more deeply involved in making a change.

I found out it is a tough but rewarding experience!
While replacing blown away Yard Signs, It occurred to me, after November 2nd my life might get back to normal.
 Yet, I realized no matter what that upcoming November 2nd Election brought us, the importance of the Tea Party movement to protect and defend the Constitution would never end! 

I realized we have to be unified and organized because we are competing with a well oiled and well organized Left Wing News Media propaganda machine bent on destroying the Tea Party movement.

In addition, we are also challenged, to bring back Constitutional Conservatism to the Republican Party!

The Republican Party will not, and cannot be the same after November 2nd.

We all have to realize the cost to us personally, both politically and financially, is nothing compared to the ultimate price many Americans have paid defending and protecting the Constitution that gives us our Rights. 

Getting involved has given me a fresh pride in knowing every yard sign and political brochure I pass out, honors their Call To Duty.

As Tea Party conservatives the honor of bringing the Constitution and the freedom it gives to everyone, is our Call To Duty.


Dave Zelaya

Discussion Forum



Started by AMERICAN GUESSER. Last reply by AMERICAN GUESSER Aug 9, 2012.

Page 1 Are we ready to become an active Precinct Delegate?

There is no doubt, in my mind; everyone of us has a bit of activist in us! Many of us became PDs because we felt the need to do something about the direction our country is going. So, the desire to do something about it is the foundation upon which…Continue

Started by Dave Zelaya May 29, 2012.

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Comment by DAVID L WELLS on February 27, 2012 at 10:49am

Can I wear election-related clothing to the polls?
Michigan has prohibited the practice of displaying election-related materials at the polls for decades. This includes clothing and buttons as well as materials such as pamphlets, fliers and stickers. You cannot display such items in the polling place or within 100 feet of an entrance to a polling place. If you go to the polls with a shirt or button bearing election-related images or slogans, you will be asked to cover or remove it.   
This rule only applies within the 100 ft limit.Of course be courteous. If confronted ask for clarification on the rules, but as long as it is enforced equally, take the high road, and be polite and cooperative.

Comment by Dave Zelaya on February 27, 2012 at 10:15am

Primary day Feb. 28, 2012.  What an opportunity to solicit signatures for Nominating Petitions at voting sights.

Rules do apply!  You must remain 100 ft from the voting area. You cannot display any political advertising. Buttons badges T's, anything with name recognition of anykind it is not allowed.

 If you plan on running for Precinct Delegate it is a great time to introduce yourself to your local precinct residents.  I plan on handing out Precinct Delegate info to people leaving the voting area.

Comment by Dave Zelaya on February 15, 2012 at 8:10am

The Republican Party is currently active in getting ready for the 2012 Election Cycle.

The Kent County Republican Party is actively trying to fill it's ranks so people are needed.

The KCRP also needs volunteers. We need to talk this up and get people

interested as either a PD or a volunteer. Talk about this to everyone around you and get people interested..


Comment by AMERICAN GUESSER on February 4, 2012 at 2:10pm

Thank you for starting this group Dave.


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