As the March primary election draws near, many of these lying State Central Committee (SCC) Representatives will be on the ballot. (They endorsed themselves)
Consider this, do you continue to elect someone with a track record of lying and deceiving the voters, OR, should you vote for someone who will be honest and restore integrity to the party?
Here’s what happened
Last Fridays Ohio Republican Party State Central Committee (SCC) was a eye opener to SCC candidates and visitors who attended the Ohio GOP meeting to find out exactly what the SCC representatives do.
Two items on Fridays agenda, SCC Endorsements and Presidential endorsements, caused the visitors jaws to drop in disbelief as they could not believe what they were hearing.
Many Ohio Republicans are against the Republican party endorsing anyone in the primary. A party endorsement provides the endorsed candidate a huge advantage over their opposition, as they have access to party resources that are denied their opponent.
However, one item that made Fridays Ohio GOP endorsements so distasteful was how the Kasich Presidential endorsement was handled.
After discussion on why Gov Kasich was being endorsed over the other candidates, the votes were called and tallied. 54 SCC members voted to endorse Kasich, and 9 members voted to not endorse.
Lie and Deceit
After the endorsement vote, It wasn’t good enough that the Ohio GOP endorsed Kasich with a 54/9 vote, The Ohio SCC wanted to make it unanimous.
SO, a motion was made on the floor to consider the 55/9 vote as being unanimous vote.
The Ohio GOP announced to the world that the Ohio GOP unanimously voted to endorse John Kasich!
NOTING COULD BE FURTHER FROM THE TRUTH.
This is the list of SCC members who chose to lie to Ohio Republicans in order to make it appear that all Republicans support endorsing Kasich.
Remember these names on March 15th. These Republicans are on record as lying, cheating, and deceiving the voters.
|SCC3||Jo Ann Davidsonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|SCC8||Mary Anne Christieemail@example.com|