Mohave County GOP Passes National Committeewoman Resolution

By Elisha Dorfsmith

Today the Mohave County Republican Party overwhelmingly passed a strong resolution objecting to the controversial National Committeewoman selection process and how the state GOP stripped duly elected delegates of their rightful vote. The resolution passed with only 1 no vote and 1 abstaining vote.

Earlier this month, Coconino County attempted to pass a similar resolution and eventually decided to send a letter to the state GOP expressing their concerns.

The Mohave County resolution reads:

RESOLUTION REGARDING THE 2012 ARIZONA REPUBLICAN PARTY QUADRENNIAL CONVENTION

Whereas: The Arizona Republican Party provided a convention to conduct the election of a National Committee Woman to the 2012 Republican National Convention.

Whereas: The state party election failed to conduct the runoff election for the National Committee Woman at the State Convention.

Whereas: The state party failed to conduct the runoff election for National Committee Woman via mailed ballots as promised at the State Convention.


Whereas: The State party has now made the decision to appoint a National Committee Woman via the Executive Committee.

Whereas: The State party has stripped the duly elected state delegates of their duties to elect a National Committee Woman.

Resolved: The party members of the Mohave County Republican Party object to the disregard for the duly elected delegates role in the election of the National Committeewoman position. We request that the three nominees from the State Convention; Karen Johnson, Sharon Giese, and Linda White be the only nominees to be considered as nominees for this position.

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