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Saturday, April 27, 2013
GOP State Committee: The First Vote in 2016.
YOUR FIRST VOTE IN 2016. Anyone with the bladder control to filibuster for nearly 13 hours deserves lots of respect.
But if New Jersey Republican leaders have their way, Rand Paul -- or Marco Rubio -- or Sarah Palin -- won't get a fair shot in the 2016 presidential primaries.
If history is any guide, the 2016 primary will be a rigged game where backroom leaders choose for us who our nominee will be. And that's exactly what they did in 2012, making New Jersey a winner take all state to discourage all contenders (except Mitt Romney) from competing in the state's June primary.
You can imagine the arm-twisting that will happen if New Jersey Governor Chris Christie -- whose man-hug and effusive praise of President Obama six days prior to the election, and infamous convention keynote speech were exercises in narcissism not to be forgotten.
This is wrong on so many levels.
That's why I'm running for NJ Republican State Committee from Hudson County -- and there's actually a primary so I need your help to campaign, buy radio time, even pay the board of elections to reprint ballots. (See Row F on the Republican ballot in Hudson County.) Who can vote? Any registered Republican, and any unaffiliated voter who is registered but did not previously pick a party. So independents can vote in the primary.
This is about winning, changing things and fighting for a fair shot.
And amazingly, you can contribute anonymously to the campaign. New Jersey campaign finance law exempts from disclosure all contributions to campaigns for state or county party committee seats. There is also no FEC reporting. Make all checks payable to Dixon Victory Fund, P.O. Box 7748, North Bergen NJ 07047.