March 1, 2010
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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.
February 8, 2010
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Information on event by Robin Coran
Great Opportunity to hear Ken Buck, candidate for U.S. Senate as guest speaker this Thursday, February 11th at the Pikes Peak Firearms Coalition.
Ken will speak during the first hour of the meeting and then take questions.
Dan May will speak in the 2nd hour, even though he is listed first on the website as shown below.
PPFC Membership Meetings
(Open to the public)
Second Thursday of the Month
VFW Post 4051
430 E Pikes Peak Ave
Colorado Springs, ColoradoNEXT MEETING
February 11, 2010
US Senate Candidate
Ken is a strong 2nd Amendment advocate, testifying six times at the State Legislature on enhancing our 2nd Amendment right.
Ken was the only D.A. in Colorado to sign on to the Heller Brief.
His wife just recently and proudly obtained her conceal carry permit.
Standing for Principle…
January 12, 2010
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Corry for County Clerk
There are new candidates running for county clerk and here is information sent by Corry for County Clerk, giving information about candidate Charles Corry with his writings’ and research. Corry has over the years and not just during election time written extensive articles about voting, elections, family life and other topics for a better America and Colorado. Charles Corry has been very active politically and dedicated most of his life serving his country not just as a former marine but as an active concerned citizen who often volunteered his time teaching about the caucus, liberty and the justice system. Other articles will be featured on other candidates as they surface and we wish to dedicate this special New Year piece to Charles Corry and his family for their dedicated service to the community.
Charles E. Corry, Ph.D., F.G.S.A.
Republican Candidate for El Paso County Clerk & Recorder
Many of the most basic functions of our government devolve upon the office of the county clerk and recorder. That is a wise and deliberate policy to keep citizen affairs at the lowest practical and most responsive level. However, that makes the selection of a responsible clerk and recorder more critical than it would seem at first sight.
The clerk and recorder in El Paso County has many and varied responsibilities, the most critical of which is the conduct of fair, honest, transparent elections using a secret ballot. The Clerk is further charged with archiving and preserving many of our most critical documents as well as issuing licenses, titles, and registrations. The county clerk is also responsible for documenting the actions and decisions of the county commissioners.
Unfortunately, county clerks are also the targets of many unfunded mandates by state and federal legislators and bureaucrats. An example might be the requirement that the clerk enforce statutory diesel emission control requirements.
By the 21st Century most of the functions of the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder were heavily dependent on computers and electronic devices, e.g., relational databases, graphic interface systems (GIS), and document scanning and electronic archival storage. As the complexity of the equipment used in the office has increased so have the educational and technical abilities required of the staff and clerk. Gone are the days when voter registrations were kept on 3×5 index cards and paper documents were stored in files.
While technicians might service and maintain such equipment, technical management at the highest level is now required. To ensure the systems are integrated and perform the functions required and are not just some vendor’s pipe dreams and promises technical project management experience is a must. Database architecture and management; computer system administration, security, and networks, mapping and geodesy for GIS systems; Internet and web design and access; etc. are not something attorneys, accountants, or MBAs learn. Today the county clerk for even a medium-size county like El Paso needs an advanced degree in engineering or science, as well as project management experience.
I am the only candidate with the experience, education, and management experience needed for a 21st Century clerk and recorder. Additionally, I have ten years of research into election issues. Want to find out what voting principles are basic to an honest and transparent election? Go here. Curious about what can go wrong with electronic voting equipment? Go here. You don’t like mail ballot elections but want to know more about the problems? Go here. You want to know more about what has gone wrong in local elections. Go here or here. Want to find out what has driven voter turnout in El Paso County from 1992 to 2009? Go here. Looking for a primer on election fraud? Go here. And the clerk can’t stop fraud if they don’t know how it is done.
And if you want complete resumes of my professional and database experience go here. Now try to find the same information about the other candidates.
As a precinct committee person I am asking for your vote at the April 2010 assembly and would very much appreciate your support now. Donations can be made at CorryforClerk.com or by sending a check payable to Corry for Clerk to the address below.
Charles E. Corry, Ph.D., F.G.S.A.
Republican Candidate for El Paso County Clerk & Recorder http://corryforclerk.com
455 Bear Creek Road
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906-5820
Telephone: (719) 520-1089
Vote Fraud and Election Issues http://www.ejfi.org/Voting/Voting.htm
November 13, 2009
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"2010 Gubernatorial Candidate Josh Penry Exits Race"
The Fight Still Matters, The Cause Remains…. words by Josh Penry.
Josh Penry graciously exits Colorado’s 2010 Gubernatorial race and sent announcement to all constituents while asking for us to continue with our efforts to bring awareness into the perils of big government. He entered and exited the race with grace, valor, enthusiasm and great determination to march ahead assisting in preserving American values. My instinct tells me that we will see more of this promising conservative Colorado politician. In all gatherings attended we observed great enthusiasm for Josh Penry and his family. The gubernatorial race efforts will be of great value for future times ahead. Josh Penry stated in his message, “In the last two days I have had two meetings with Scott McInnis. No deals, no job offers, no promises, no endorsements. The conversation was meaningful. We don’t agree on everything, but he’s ready for the job.” He hopes Scott McInnis, a remaining candidate for 2010 Colorado gubernatorial race will continue with all plans for preserving a conservative agenda. Now we could all work together in helping our candidates like Scott McInnis who has prior experience working in the legislature and help gather not just conservatives but other new voters that are not happy with the growth of big government and the infringement on our liberties. Also, there is another candidate running for Colorado Governor Dan Maes who has a background in business development. He will be visiting Colorado Springs and other areas of the State to tell the people more about his platform and business ideas for our economy. Thank you Josh Penry and family for all your time and efforts and for having the courage to have come forward for the people of Colorado.