I wanted to get back to a few more events which happened in Sacramento.
The official convention was my first voting convention.
In the past, I just attended as an associate, and I did not expect to vote for anything.
Could not help but represent for my President:
Chairman Jim Brulte called the meeting to order:
Then there were the first orders of business.
Chairman Brulte explained how voting and Roberts Rules of Order work in a delegation meeting:
The Rules Committee offered its report:
San Diego County GOP Chairman Tony Krvaric passed out "Make California Red Again" caps to new regional and country chairs.
Here was one of the most contentious events during the convention.
The California Impact Republicans were seeking an Associate State Charter.
A few people rose to protest or debate the issue.
Other club leaders wanted to table the motion entirely.
It got pretty funny when other members wanted to debate the motion to all for more or for less debate on the motion to allow for more debate about whether the Impact Republicans should have a charter.
|God bless Los Angeles County (she needs it!)|
Vice Chairman Kristin Olsen leads the convention in the Pledge of Allegiance.
|Harmeet Can't Wait to Go Home!|
Robert Philibosian, for DA for Los Angeles County
And for course, I had to stand tall for Los Angeles County!
The most important part of the convention for me?
During the resolutions, I seconded the motion to add to our platform:
1. Repeal of Obamacare
2. Defunding of sanctuary cities
3. Extreme vetting for all refugees.
Finally, California Republicans are not running away from Donald Trump.
He's already making America Great Again, and I know that his policies will make California Great Again, too!
Here''s the video detailing Donald Trump's entry to the Burlingame convention in Spring 2016:
And here is the California Republican Legislative Caucus' take on the California Democratic destruction of our state: