Welcome to Reform OCGOP
The OCGOP has become ineffective as evidenced by the Democrat Party's success in the 2018 elections and their surpassing us in voter registration. This ineffectiveness stems from disunity and a weak, stale message. Reform is therefore necessary, and reform will require an infusion of new blood in the Central Committee. We need Central Committee members who are strong conservatives, pro-life, pro-free markets and supporters of our President!
The old days are over. We face an adversary funded by billionaire donors paying deceived fanatics to do door-to-door "ballot harvesting" in an elections system rigged for massive fraud. Only a united Republican Party, proud of its message and working at a precinct level, combined with traditional paid advertising can do the job.
Reform of the OCGOP must include three elements:
1. Our Message must be updated to speak to current issues of concern to Californians and to non-traditional Republican constituencies
* We are the Party of Freedom, Democrats are the Party of control; control over every aspect of your life
* We are the Party of upward economic mobility through middle class jobs. Democrats destroy middle class jobs to keep people poor and dependent, and to keep themselves in power!
2. Enhance Party Unity by:
* Allowing grassroots Republicans to speak at Central Committee meetings.
* Broadening the Central Committee's endorsement process to reflect wide Republican consensus.
3. And finally, build a precinct level 24/7/365 organization throughout the county.
OC Registrar of Voters - Register to Vote!
To support this reform, reform-minded candidates must be elected to the Central Committee this March 3, 2020. The next chance will be in 2024. YOU MUST BE REGISTERED REPUBLICAN TO VOTE FOR THESE POSITIONS! (All Candidates for Central Committee by Assembly District can be found at the Registrar of Voters Candidate Filing Log.) The top 6 voter getters in each district on March 3rd are elected and take office for four years in November.
The recommended Reform candidates are listed below:
Gracey Van Der Mark