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AGENDA TPCC MEETING

Tuesday November 12th, 2019

Conference call: 8:00 pm

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Host: Jason Anderson

MODERATOR: RANDALL JORDAN

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Welcome/ Introductions

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OLD BUSINESS: Visitors ???

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#1.  Bond Measures/ Open seats/ Coalition Reports

       Ken Campbell

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#2. TPCC 2020 Schedule of Events.

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#3. Central Committee Candidates

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Fred/ Lee/ Randall

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#4. Coalition letter/ Intro letter

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#5 CRP Dinner May 1-3 Los Angeles.

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Next meeting Tuesday November 17th

Coalition Cover Letter

Dear Fellow California Conservative:
One reason California conservatives are not at the table and not in leadership positions is a lack of coordinated, strategic action. Individually, we are part of an organization or movement that works in a certain area. But, because we are divided, we are looking at the micro of California politics.
We are suggesting that California conservatives look and work at the macro of politics—coordinate, communicate and strategize together. Together, we are strongly than individually.
Would you and your organization be willing to participate in a statewide conference call of conservative leaders to discuss the formation of an umbrella coalition? This would help us in creating and electing candidates for office, Party leadership and issues and positions that are meaningful to conservative.
I look forward to your response. We would like to hold the conference call the middle of January.
Sincerely,

Randall Jordan
Chairman- Tea Party California Caucus

CONSERVATIVE COALITION OF CALIFORNIA

The main reason conservatives have been losing campaigns and the State Party is simple—we are not coordinating our efforts. Instead we each go our own way, determined to stay the course, without letting others know what we are doing. Hence, we run conservatives against each other and allow the opposition candidates to win the nomination or take the office. This is not about which is the best conservative, but how do we return the Party and the Legislature to responsible governance and policy?
The recent Fresno conference had dozens of groups represented. Each one with their own unique audience and followers. Imagine if there was:
COMMUNICATION
COORDINATION
COOPERATION
Between all them, it would be a massive jolt to the body politic. It has been too many years since conservatives felt compelled to join together. Now, we are all under attack—therefore we need to join together. Your enemies are our enemies. For too long the Left in the Party has been playing us off against each other. For too long the Left has been promising one group the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow—while killing off our other groups.
Strength comes from Unity.
There are three real power point in the Republican Party. We should have two of the three—and use that to bring the third into the fold.
1. Volunteers and organizations
2. Central Committees
3. Elected officials
We have seen that the donors are interested in WINNERS…. strengthen the GOP and you bring the donors back. They go after power, not ideology.
We have the volunteers and numerous organizations. The Fresno conference proved we all want to work together.
The Rural Alliance shows that the counties now understand the State Party has abused them—and divided them. They are no longer divided.
The purpose of this document is to determine support for a statewide operation, working with conservative organizations, leaders and Central Committees for three purposes. One that foundation is agreed to, and then another document will be written to suggest methods of operation.

PURPOSES

1. Coordinate efforts to take back the proxy crisis, where proxies, not people control the CRP. In another paper, I will be suggesting a plan for conservatives to use for the May, 2020 CRP convention.
2. One of the great problems conservative organization have is that they do not have the finances to put a measure on the ballot. It costs too much to buy the signatures. Good ideas are left for discussion instead of action. I propose that the California Conservative Coalition develop volunteers for the purpose of signature gathering. Plus, we develop volunteers between elections, giving them something productive to do. This also widens our base of volunteers.
3. Candidates are already lining up for the 2022 statewide elections. Obviously we do not know the status of redistricting. But, instead of running several conservatives for office—thus allowing the Socialist Mayor of San Diego (Kevin Faulconer), for instance to be our GOP nominee, we instead try to get behind a single solid conservative for each office. This will also give a unified volunteer base.
4. Since the Party is not doing a voter registration drive, then the Coalition can do it—especially in conjunction with signature gathering for ballot measures. This will also open up new people to the Cause; those that are single issue can be brought into the Coalition.
This is a start. There will be more projects and applications of the Coalition. This is just a start. I would hope that we could, informally, get over 100 groups signed by the end of the year. Please let me know what you think about this effort.