Conservative Committeeman Coordinators: Steve Balich & Tim Kraulidis
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
We are proud to have stood with you over the past year. The rallies and the protests have been very encouraging. However, these alone will not make the difference we all desire. We have to "engage the system." We need to win in November. Much depends on this single election. It will ultimately determine what type of country we will become. What we do now will determine what happens then.
Join the Freedom walk. Afterward enjoy free food, cocktails, refreshments, and fellowship with fellow patriots and candidates of like mind. Join up at: http://anyvite.com/events/home/1fpo9otebe%20
We have indentified some local candidates that believe in our beliefs. U.S. Congress - Adam Kinzinger (11th district) State Senate - Cedra Crenshaw (43rd district) County Board (9th district) Bob Baldwin, Christine Merrimen, Peter Delaney.
Our country needs your help. We need your help. These candidates need your help. Will you help? "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men donothing..." Edmunde Burke. Please help us walk precincts to let others know about candidates that are willing to defend our beliefs.
Joliet - Crest Hill areas (Will County)
(9:30am) How to walk precincts instruction(10:00am) Pick up walk lists (4:00 pm) Return to Prairie Bluff for free refreshments, cocktails, food, fellowship and networking with fellow patriots and candidates.Please sign up. Invite a friend to sign up. Meet others of like mind. Make a difference. Please sign up at:http://anyvite.com/events/home/1fpo9otebe%20
Sunday, May 9, 2010
The vast majority of conservative committeemen are Social Conservatives, pro life, pro second amendment, with a believe in Transparent, open Government No one except the people own any elected seat, and freedom of religion does not mean absences of God. The following enumerates what a conservative committeeman believes.
I BELIEVE God gives us the rights of Life Liberty, and the Pursuit of happiness. The strength of our nation lies with the individual, and that each person’s dignity, freedom, ability must be honored.
I BELIEVE in Capitalism. Free enterprise and encouraging individual initiative have made this nation the most successful nation on Earth. The Constitution as it was written is the Rule of Law, and the 10th amendment protecting States Rights must be adhered to.
I BELIEVE government must practice fiscal responsibility and allow individuals to keep more of the money they earn.
I BELIEVE the proper role of government is to provide only critical functions that cannot be performed by individuals or private organizations, and that the best government is that which governs least.
I BELIEVE Americans must retain the principles that have made us strong while developing new and innovative ideas to meet the challenges of changing times.
I BELIEVE in peace through strength. We need to secure our borders and not give benefits and rights to anyone except citizens of the U.S. Terrorism is a war with groups aligned with certain countries, and enacted by un-uniformed soldiers. Terrorists need to be treated as enemy combatants not U.S. citizens. Politicians need to leave winning the war to the Generals, and return to the Rules of Engagement used in World War 2.
I BELIEVE in limited Government, less regulation, less taxes, legal immigration, and English as the National Language.
The Conservative Committeeman Project is one of numerous ways to elect conservative candidates to positions in government. Since, Village or City, Township, County, State, and local Boards like School and Library impact our way of life, we need to not only help conservative candidates, but consider becoming a candidate especially in races where there is no candidate.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Email: Conservativeprecincts@gmail.com Steve Balich (815) 557-7196
View Janet Silosky who decided to make a difference in Plainfield by
becoming a Conservative Committeeman http://www.plainfieldtv.com/Janet.html
In all counties other than Cook, Precinct Committeemen are elected to a two-year term in all even-year Primary Elections. It is an all-volunteer position. It's a party post (Republican or Democrat), as opposed to a public one.
A Precinct Committeeman represents a Party's voters of his or her Precinct on the County Central Committee. Precinct Committeemen also elect the Party’s County Chairman (in all counties outside of Cook).
By becoming a Precinct Committeeman you can take a leadership role in advancing the conservative principles of lower taxes, fiscal responsibility, individual freedom, strong national defense, and traditional family values in your own neighborhood.
A Precinct Committeeman's job is to deliver the maximum number of votes in his or her precinct on Election Day. Precinct Committeemen represent the core of any Party’s grassroots effort.
Being a Precinct Committeeman means being the most direct contact point for fellow voters of your chosen party (Republican or Democrat) in your neighborhood.
STEP ONE: MEET THE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
Must be a United States citizen, Must be 18 years of age, Registered voter of the precinct
Steve Balich (815) 557-7196 will assist you if you need additional direction in seeking a committeman position in Will County, IL. or e-mail us at email@example.com. We will also be glad to assist you if you are outside of the Will County area as well.
STEP TWO: GET ON THE BALLOT
Obtain a Petition Packet, Choose Democrat or Republican: Below can be downloaded from http://www.elections.il.gov/
Nominating Petition Form http://www.elections.il.gov/Downloads/ElectionInformation/pdf/P-27.pdf
Statement of Candidacy http://www.elections.il.gov/Downloads/ElectionInformation/pdf/P-1.pdf
Packets can also be picked up either at the Illinois State Board of Election's Springfield or Chicago office. Your County Clerks Office will also offer packets. Petition Packets are available approximately one month prior to the first day to circulate Petitions. You can also download the Petition Packet from the Illinois State Board of Election's website.
Circulate Nominating Petitions.
You may begin circulating your Nominating Petitions on August 4, 2009.
Meet the Signature Requirements.
Nominating Petitions must contain the valid signatures of a minimum of 10 primary voters of the party of your choice. Try to receive more than the minimum. Get petitions notarized and turn them in. That's it!
STEP THREE: CAMPAIGN
In most cases you will not have an opponent running against you. A campaign for Precinct Committeeman often won't require a great deal of campaigning. While Precinct Committeemen races are small, they offer an excellent way to get started in politics. Many top public officials will tell you they cut their teeth in politics as a Precinct Committeeman. Some even remain Precinct Committeemen as they seek other posts in public office. This is a good starting point for understanding the process and to pursue further positions if interested in doing so.
CONTACT CONSERVATIVE COMMITTEEMAN:
Please contact us and let us know that you have been added to the ballot in your precinct. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also would like to have you sign up as a member of The Conservative Committeeman of Illinois. If you are a committeeman already, please join our organization. This is a good way to keep in touch regarding legislation, candidates, and other information that pertains to steering our state and country in the right direction again.