…Don’t worry, it’s nothing policy related. My questions are in regards to how delegates are elected from Georgia to the Republican National Convention.
Here’s what I know:
I know that it is virtually impossible for anyone to walk in off the street with a bunch of people and get to go to your Party’s national convention. I know that A.) you have to be involved with the GOP and B.) you have to be elected as a delegate at every level (precinct, county, congressional district and/or state).
My question is how exactly does your process work?
How do you have precinct caucuses in large counties such as Fulton that has more than 300 precincts? Do you have them in more than one location? Do you have them in just one location?
What about counties that don’t have a fully constituted Republican Party in them? How are they represented throughout the GOP delegate selection process?
How do you determine how many delegates each county gets to their respective congressional district conventions? Are members of that state Republican committee automatically delegates to the district convention?
Finally, how do you determine how many delegates each county gets to the state Republican convention? And are members of the state Republican committee automatically delegates there as well.
Shoot me an e-mail with the answers to these questions. I’ll be using the info towards a project that I’m working on.