Resolutions for Caucus Tuesday March 16, 2010

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Please Vote because it matters

There will be about four resolutions or so to vote on at our Caucus.  We will ask for the ones to narrow down and then vote on the  main ones which are the Honest Money resolution so our dollars (debt notes) earned from hard work does not work in favor of the bankers and against the people. The second one is by Dudley Brown that says Lets Keep Colorado Pro-Gun amendment that under any circumstances we will not surrender our right to protect ourselves and own our guns and as our founding fathers endured to protect ourselves from government Tyranny and thieves.  To oppose all forms of gun control and support the right to bear arms and only support candidates that are firm on this issue.  The third is for the 10th Amendment  and information follows below. Enclosed is a powerpoint presentation and print out for each so anyone could review and take to his or hers Caucus. Powerpoint Here given by the hard work with time and efforts and courtesy of the Green Dragon Tavern with Jeff Wright article going over the importance of the issues at hand.


“Five For Freedom” Proposed Resolution 1-Concerning 10th Amendment Notice and Demand

Whereas, The 10th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads as follows:”The powers not delegated to the united States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”; andWhereas, the 10th Amendment defined the total scope of federal power as being that specifically granted by the united States Constitution and no more; andWhereas, the scope of power defined by the 10th Amendment means that the Federal government was created by the States specifically to be an agent of the states; andWhereas, today, in 2010, the states are demonstrably treated as agents of the federal government; andWhereas, numerous resolutions, including HJR94-1035 and HJR94-1027, have been forwarded to the federal government by the Colorado General Assembly without any response or result from Congress or the federal government; andWhereas, many federal mandates and agency programs are directly in violation of the 10th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States; andWhereas, The United States Supreme Court has ruled in New York v. United States, 112 S. Ct. 2408 (1992), that Congress may not simply commandeer the legislative and regulatory processes of the States; andWhereas, Many proposals enacted from previous Executive Administrations and some now pending from the present Administration and from Congress may further violate the United States Constitution; and now,Therefore, Be It Resolved by the Republican Party of _____________________ County, of the State of Colorado:

  • That the People of Colorado hereby claim sovereignty under the 10th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the United States Constitution.
  • That this serve, effective immediately, as Notice and Demand to the federal government to cease and desist, as our agents, all mandates and agency programs that are beyond the scope of its constitutionally-delegated powers.
  • That this serve as Notice and Demand to the United States Supreme and all federally-constituted inferior Courts, as our agents, to cease and desist, effective immediately, the enforcement of any such federal mandates and agency programs that are beyond the scope of its constitutionally-delegated powers.
  • That this serve as Notice and Demand to the State General Assembly, the Governor, the Attorney General, the Secretary of State, the State Treasurer and all other elected officials and candidates for office across the state of Colorado, that have sworn or affirmed or may do same in the future, to uphold the Constitution of the united States and the Constitution of the State of Colorado, to execute upon their oaths by positively and expeditiously moving to enforce the aforesaid Resolutions by enacting and enforcing law through future appropriate legislation to immediately end or severely curtail such un-Constitutional mandates, programs, agencies and obligations as are self-evidently operating today within and upon the State and the People.


Votes Yea_____________Votes Nay_____________

County_______________Precinct #____________ Precinct Sec._________________________

See you all at Caucus March 16th 2010 tomorrow at Stetson Hills Elementary with Precinct 391 number area. Try to select good candidates that will not represent special interests but the people of Colorado and the Unites States in an honorable way. For the research done the platform of Ken Buck for senate, Dan Maes for Governor did well in the previous straw polls. These have been voiced as the people choices not DC’s  to represent us and did well in the Candidate debate 2010. The choice of course is up to you from your own experience and perception. May God guide us in our decisions.

Colorado Candidates for the Elections in 2010 and Caucus Polling

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    All Colorado candidates are great individuals with vast experience and who have been working very hard to bring the message of liberty, limited government intervention in the lives of the citizenry and economic prosperity to local communties that in turn will benefit the State and our Nation.  To save some time for the local Caucuses here in El Paso County Colorado Springs, we will address the main candidates who have visited and campaigned non-stop over the year and with their prior service in community activities.

Gubernatorial Candidate for Colorado 2010 Dan Maes

 The two main races for the Colorado elections 2010 are the Gubernatorial race with Candidate Dan Maes coming from the business sector of Colorado, a self-made successful entrepreneur and business executive and Scott McInnis who served as a former Colorado legislator. 


  In the Senate race we have Ken Buck who serves as a District Attorney with a lot of experience in helping implement programs that assist at risk young adults and with family who are small business owners.

The second candidate for the senate race for Colorado is Jane Norton that had served as a prior Lt. Governor and with former experience in the legislature.

For Colorado Springs County clerk we have  Dr. Chuck Corry with experience in IT- information technology and a former Marine now at the Equal Justice Foundation. The second candidate for county clerk is Sandra Damron who serves as a El Paso County Treasurer and the third candidate for El Paso County Clerk & Recorder position is Wayne Williams an attorney. As you click on their respective names you are able to click unto their webpages for more information on their work.  Please go over their webpages to learn about their work  for the country and how they will help improve our economy. Our nation needs all voters and precinct members now more than ever for we need to save our Country.  All candidates will serve Colorado well, however we need the ones that from their heart and soul  will help save Colorado and our Nation from harm and not be there for special interests but for the People, farmers, ranchers, families,  and all who truly care for our Republic. See you all at Caucus this Tuesday March 16th, 2010 at Stetson Hills Elementary. Your country needs you, please participate.  Other photographs from 2010 elections community gatherings click here

Colorado Resolutions posted at the Coalition for the Conservative Majority for printing for your Precinct group to review and vote for – Resolutions click here

Governor Debate video Click here

Colorado Springs Republican Caucus March 16th and Elections 2010

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Stetson Hills Elementary 4910 Jedediah Smith Rd.

   The elections for the year 2010 and the Republican Caucus here in Colorado Springs  March 16th wil be  the most important one in the history of the United States and for the state of Colorado. Our Nation is at a turning point in which we must decide if we are to remain free enjoying our liberties and economic prosperity with self reliance or if we are to forever be entangled towards Federal pre-planned bureaucracy. Please take the time to try one more time to restore our nation to its founding principles with an independent sound economy;  for our health, our children, our neighbors, and our future.  A few of  our goals are to be economically independent, prosperous, safeguarding our childrens education, building small business,  keeping good international relations without giving up our rights or liberties and to keep our strength through economic vitality not constant conflict. The time has come for us to ride as Paul Revere did for the sake of our future and that of the world.  Below is information on the caucus agenda for the evening of March 16, 2010 at 7:00 pm Stetson Hill Elementary.  Please check the office of the county Clerk for other applicable locations on your unique precinct if out of our area.

Sample Caucus Agenda for March 16th 7:00 pm


  1. Welcome/ Sign in with ID verification. Please remember to bring your picture ID.
  2. Invocation-Pledge
  3. Select temporary Precinct Caucus Chair if no one is serving in the position & Secretary – They will conduct Caucus meeting, however their temporary roles end at end of Caucus meeting.
  4. Select 2 Volunteer Teller People. (they help tally the votes)
  5. Conduct a Preference Straw Poll for Governor & U.S Senate Republican Candidates in the race. (by secret ballot) These will be placed in an envelope for counting.
  6. Tally & Announce Straw Poll Results. Caucus Secretary will call in Straw Poll results to Republican Headquarters via speaker phone. (Attendees please bring a speaker cell phone with you if you have one just in case).
  7. Elect New Precinct Leaders (Their 2 yr. term begins at the end of caucus night).
  8. Elect Delegates & Alternates to County Assembly.
  9. Elect Delegates & Alternates to higher assemblies (Not all Precincts will be allotted higher delegates & Alternates at their Caucuses). Get some volunteers just in case.

10.   Recruit Election Judges for the Primary & General Elections.

11.   Collect Donations for the local El Paso County Republican Party. We have a new nice place thanks to the donations of individuals like you.

12.  Discuss Issues & Consider Resolutions.

13.  Collect Delegates & Alternate Fees. (It is $20.00 and helps defray costs)

14.  Solicit Volunteers for the Party; especially Poll Watchers for Election day

15.  Adjourn -You have helped forge a better community for Colorado Springs, El Paso County by your participation and helped your Nation. For more information go to

Caucus 2010 and Announcent that Precinct 368 here is now Precinct no. 391 due to area Growth

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Note: Our precinct 368 cor (Colorado Republican) is now precinct 391 for it had grown and normally area split into a new precinct when it grows over a certain level. We still vote and hold Caucus at the same polling place and the address for both precints 368 and 391 is: Stetson Hills Elementary, 4910 Jedediah Smith Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80922

Caucus is Tuesday March 16th at 7:00 p.m. Calls will be made to notify all voters and to review the caucus process for this March 16, 2010 view video here  by your GOP El Paso County webpage. 

What is the Purpose of a Caucus?
  A: A Caucus is held every 2 years to elect Delegates to represent your neighborhood Precinct inplaced on the Primary ballot)At Caucus 2 new Precinct Leaders will also be elected, and a Straw-Poll will be conducted, (an the Assembly Process. (The Delegate votes at various Assemblies will determine who will be
 unofficial vote to determine which of the U.S. Senatorial & Gubernatorial candidates the
members of the Caucus prefer)
Re-Elect Theresa Nielsen for Precinct leader

Theresa Nielsen for Precinct Leader –Precinct 391

Re-elect Theresa Nielsen for Precinct leader- Elect at Caucus March 16, 2010

  • Prior experience as Precinct Leader for precinct 368
  • Dedication to our Constitutional principles
  • Believe in Limited Government Support 2nd Amendment
  • Small Business supporter
  • Prior Military background experience
  • I support candidates that believe in a strong economy
  • I believe in Tabor and Candidates who will limit taxes
  • I believe “we the people” have a responsibility to be involved in Government
  • I wish to restore America to its Founding Principles
  • I believe in strength through economic vitality, local job growth and Family values
  • I support State’s rights and economic independence.

Theresa Nielsen