Web Poll: Vote on what the new GOP Chair should do

About 100 hours ago, Oregonians voted in a new State Party Chair for the Oregon Republican Party in their choice of Suzanne Gallagher.    This is a fresh start in difficult times.   What should be her top priority?  Reform the  Party Platform? Recruit Candidates (Statewide/Congress)?   Broaden base, outreach?   Legislative Action, Help Lawmakers?

Please vote in the poll on the RIGHT HAND SIDE of this webpage.



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  • Bob Clark

    Broaden outreach by charitable works and private scholarships in Multnomah, Lane and Washington counties; trying to win some love or respect in these deeper blue areas for the individual self sufficiency advocacy of the GOP. (Alternatively, maybe pull the same Dem scheme of hiring folks for a few bucks through a surrogate charity just before election time, effectively tacitly buying their vote. But I guess you would need a deep pocket money source for this, like say a government employee union or federal slush funds for community organizers. Guess I vote for the first from-the-heart approach rather than the cold calculus of working the edges of legality of the latter approach.)

  • Ballistic45

    Get back to Constitutional Government, a government ruled by law not politics….

  • Tim Lyman

    Oregonians did not vote in a state party chair, Oregon Republicans did not vote in a state party chair, three or four dozen people voted in a new state party chair.

    • Bob Norom

      Yeah, yeah…we know. Suck it up and start working, then. If you want my vote back, start taking some action instead of whining about it.

  • The top two areas would be to register Repbulicans and unify the party.

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