SHARE YOUR STORY FOR VICTORY IN THE PRIMARY

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SHARE YOUR STORY FOR VICTORY IN THE PRIMARY

Time: July 30, 2014 at 7am to August 6, 2014 at 10pm
Location: Florida
Street: Your address
City/Town: Your Town, Florida
Event Type: take, back, america
Organized By: Beth Heath
Latest Activity: Aug 5, 2014

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Event Description

SHARE WHAT YOU'RE  DOING TO GET THE WORD OUT TO  VOTERS ABOUT CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATES ON THE PRIMARY BALLOT.  WRITE A  BRIEF NOTE THIS WEEK BETWEEN JULY 30th - AUGUST 6th ON THE COMMENT WALL BELOW.  TELL OTHERS WHAT'S WORKING FOR YOU IN YOUR STRUGGLE TO GET VOTERS TO TAKE BACK AMERICA AT THE POLLS.     

HERE ARE THE DEADLINES FOR VICTORY:  

2014 KEY ELECTION EVENTS & ACTIONS

FOR ALL FIRST COAST TEA PARTY  MEMBERS

++++++++VOTING THE PRIMARY IS A MUST+++++++++

PRIMARY ELECTION

Everyday thru Aug 26th - ielect canvassing and building your sphere to get conservative vote out.   See step by step youtube instructions under Groups tab at GOTV Team.

Everyday thru Aug 19th – Emphasize voting mailed Absentee Ballots.  Can pick up & deliver Absentee Ballots for voters and deliver to the Supervisor of Election  thru Aug 26th.Aug 9 – 24, 2014 *Optional Early Voting

Aug 15 – 24, 2014  Early Voting sites open in Duval

Aug 15 - 23, 2014 Early Voting sites open in St. Johns

August 16 - 23 Early Voting sites open in Clay  

August 26 – Absentee Ballots must be in Election Office before 7:00 pm

Aug 26, 2014 Primary Election Day

GENERAL ELECTION

Everyday thru Nov 4th - ielect canvassing and building your sphere to get conservative vote out.  See step by step youtube instructions under Groups tab at GOTV Team

Everyday thru Oct 28th – Emphasize voting mailed Absentee Ballots. Can pick up & deliver thru Nov 4th.

Sep 19 – Conservative Citizen releases picks

Sep 20 – Absentee mailing for overseas uniformed military and civilian voters

Sep 30 – Oct 7 – Absentee mailing for domestic voters

Oct 6 – Voter registration deadline for General Election

Oct 18 – Nov 2 – *Optional Early Voting

Oct 25 – Nov 1 – Mandatory Early Voting sites open (Minimum 8 days)

Nov 4 – Absentee Ballots must be in Election Office before 7:00 pm

Nov 4 – General Election Day – Victory

*Each county Supervisor of Elections may at his or her own discretion offer additional days                    

Comment Wall

Comment by Sandy McCorvey on August 5, 2014 at 1:30pm

I post information to my Facebook page frequently and send emails to friends regarding where to find information about candidates, making sure they know the date of the primary and fall elections and the importance of their vote!  I'm encouraging my friends to learn more about all candidates and actively support the people for whom they plan to vote.  I attended and voted in the FCTP Straw Poll (an excellent event, by the way!) and will be voting at the Hob Nob Straw Poll on Thursday too, encouraging everyone to do the same.  Knowledge and participation are the keys.

Comment by Carole McManus on August 4, 2014 at 9:36am

I send out my own mailing of candidate information to friends in Duval Co., since I am a resident of SJC.  I just want to make sure that people are informed/educated on candidates.  I have received word back from some of these mailings that people have made an effort to get to know the candidate and have sent in donations.

I do share information on candidates in SJC, as well.  I have found that a candidate's position on Common Core is asked frequently.

It is helpful to know when candidates are having events and/or "meet and greets," as we can send the information along, too.  I agree with Patsy,  bravo to the elections team for their tireless work on pulling so much together so that we can get the word out in support of their efforts! 

Comment by Patsy Underwood on August 4, 2014 at 7:40am

I have postcards printed for those of you who would like to mail postcards for Ryman.  I'm printing them at no charge.  Just comment back and we can arrange for you to get more.  I'll try to get some at the FCTP office by Wednesday of this week so you can go by there to pick them up, too.  They will be on the Election Table.

I totally agree with Sabrina that name recognition is the name of the game.

thanks to Beth and her team for getting the word out on dates and all the hard work they did to put on the Straw Poll.

Comment by Autry Anderson on August 3, 2014 at 7:54am

Hi Gang, I set up at Flea Markets,lots of action.WE CAN DO THIS!!!!

Comment by Steve on July 31, 2014 at 12:38pm

Here's what I've done.

In the hope of ascertaining the attitude and intent of those who would represent the citizens of the Great State of Florida, The Republic of Florida Voter Guide 2014 is now officially online.

Questions chosen for their application in six key areas of immediate political concern have been mailed to over 300 candidates for partisan political office in Tallahassee. In time for the August primary, the results will allow our voters to better understand the loyalty of our would-be leaders. Responses are posted as they are received. Early on, the following districts/counties have reported.

State Representative:
06 - Bay
17 - St. Johns
22 - Levy/Marion
25 - Volusia
26 - Volusia
31 - Lake/Orange
35 - Hernando
36 - Pasco
40 - Polk
53 - Brevard
68 - Pinellas
72 - Sarasota
76 - Lee

State Senate:
12 - Orange
20 - Pinellas
30 - Charlotte/Lee
32 - Indian River/Martin/Palm Beach/St. Lucie

Attorney General, Governor

View the Guide at Voter Guide 2014
Encourage your favourite candidates as well as their opponents to participate. Northeast Florida should be represented.

We need to know who will protect the sovereignty of our beloved Florida and her citizens.

Comment by sabrina Wheeler on July 30, 2014 at 3:33pm

I ask every car parked next to mine at the gas station if they are a registered Republican and if so - they get a palm card! I've made phone calls, walked neighborhoods and had meet and greets in my home. Last night I saw a tea party member waving a huge sign at the corner of Penman Rd and Beach Blvd. If you know who that was, please let me know so I can join him! Name recognition is the name of the game.

Comment by robert c tipton on July 30, 2014 at 10:01am

A number of my grandchildren and their friends set a goal to hand out palm cards--yard signs in our prect # 1302---1532 registered Republicans in 928 homes--We started 3 weeks ago to those who had requested absentee ballots --138 ---Since then we have delivered 430 more and by August 17th will have hit every one. Its hot--its hard but dammit we must get Ryman's story in everyone's hands..I feel more confident than ever we are going to win. 

Romona Jean K. Parrish Comment by Romona Jean K. Parrish on June 14, 2014 at 10:10am

Hi Beth, Thanks for the information.  I am real good at forgetting dates.

Jean Parrish

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