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GOP 101: The basics that are ignored by most Illinois Republicans

I wrote the follow articles a few years ago – and the content still applies.

  1.  An Introduction: A political party in name only

  2.  Looking for the missing political links since 1994

  3.  Why a real Grand Old Party must be constructed

  4.  Message and messengers

  5.  A working political party

  6.  Township, ward and county organizations (Part 1)

  7.  Township, ward and county organizations (Part 2)

  8.  Personnel makes all the difference

  9.  Personnel – A variety of talents are needed

10.  Personnel – A housecleaning is in order

11.  Defending and promoting the party platform

12.  Local leadership is needed

13.  Impacting local and regional public opinion

14.  After the Tea Parties, it’s time to take over the GOP

15.  Tapping into “that something different” in the American fabric

16.  Diagnosing the health of your local GOP organization

17.  Taking it to the streets – the left gets it, the right doesn’t

18.  Endorsements, and the role of the party & legislative caucus campaign committees

 

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