Rules for the Republican Party of Wisconsin Caucus
1. Only Republican Party members in good standing shall be eligible to vote. (Good standing is a paid membership)
2. All votes shall be by voice unless a request is made by the chairman for a show of hands, a standing vote, or a written secret ballot
3. All resolutions shall be in writing; whether from the Resolutions Committee or the floor before they may be considered by the caucus.
4. Floor resolutions must have 30 copies and be seconded by two other individuals with their signature to be considered. A person may only bring three (3) resolutions from the floor.
5. To speak you must be recognized by the chairman.
6. No member shall speak more than twice upon the same question or longer than three minutes unless by leave of the caucus.
7. Robert’s Rules of Order (Newly Revised) shall govern this caucus; insofar as they are applicable and not in conflict with the rules of the caucus adopted and the Constitution of the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
8. The Chairman shall appoint a Parliamentarian for this meeting.
Outagamie County Caucus
5355 Schroth Ln, Appleton, WI 54913
January 23, 2016
Four resolutions for presentation at the Outagamie County caucus on January 23rd:
What do Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, and Tennessee have in common? Seven of the “Top 10 Cities for Black-Owned Small Businesses” are located in these states – according to The Root –and they’re all governed by Republicans.
The other two states that make the list – Missouri and Virginia – have state governments represented by a Democrat governor and a GOP-controlled legislature. Three of the states have present or former governors running for the Republican presidential nomination.
While the Obama Administration’s Small Business Association (SBA) loans to black businesses sits an embarrassing 1.7%, Republicans continue to lead the way in encouraging business-friendly environments, promoting job growth, and increasing economic opportunity for all.
Check out the list reported at The Root below:
When Hillary wasn’t busy covering up her secret email server, she made time for meetings with corporate lobbyists, influential Democrat fundraisers, and of course, foreign donors to the Clinton Foundation.
According to an AP analysis of portions of Clinton’s schedule during her time at State, Clinton frequently met with top corporate leaders and political supporters as she set the stage for a 2016 run:
Her availability to luminaries from politics, business and charity shows the extent to which her office became a sounding board for their interests. And her ties with so many familiar faces from those intersecting worlds were complicated by their lucrative financial largess and political support over the years — even during her State Department tenure — to her campaigns, her husband’s and to her family’s foundation.
The report is consistent with a pattern that has continually emerged in Clinton’s State Department, where the lines between official business and personal and political interests have been nonexistent.
Clinton’s top aide Huma Abedin, who now serves as vice chair of Clinton’s presidential campaign, exemplifies the overlap between Hillary’s political pursuits, Foundation ties, and government duties. Abedin was granted “special government employee” status in 2012, which allowed her to work as a paid advisor to the Clinton Foundation, serve as an aide to Hillary, and take on private clients. Abedin also had an account on Clinton’s secret server.
Then there’s the fact that Clinton blatantly ignored conflicts of interests posed by millions in foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation while serving as the nation’s top diplomat. These donations not only violated the ethics agreement she made with the Obama administration, but went unreported until recently.
All together, it is clear that Hillary Clinton used her office as a revolving door for special interests that benefitted her and compromised her priorities as Secretary of State.
The American people cannot trust someone who has proven she is for sale to the highest bidder in the Oval Office.
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