| So there's a race to replace my State Committeeman who has stepped down. It's split basically along the lines of who's running for Chair. One guy supports Green, the other supports Hughes.
I've received emails and robo-calls from each. If they donated to the RTCs in the district, THAT would get my attention.
And the voices on the robo-calls? Have they donated to their RTCs? I could look it up, but I just don't have the energy.
So here are my questions for RMG: Have State Committee members donated to the RTCs in their district? Have any State Reps or State Senators donated to their RTCs? Have any candidates for statewide office donated to RTCs?
If not, why the bleep not. (Especially in off years). Most of these folks were unopposed in their last election or faced middling competition.
We are the front line troops so to speak. It's like sending a soldier into a war zone with a gun but no ammo. Complaints abound about how ineffectual most of our local committees are. How about providing some seed money so we can build our organizations up with recruitment letters, informational flyers, website construction and hosting, etc. Think of it as investing in the future, or it's for the children. Just do it.
Anyone have any answers?