Elections have been controlled by leftists at the local level for a very long time.
One need only look at all the people wearing and distributing “I voted” stickers at the local campus library to get an idea of what I am talking about.
Leftists are more involved in local politics, poll working, and local elections than the average conservative, but that seems to be changing…
The precinct strategy popularized by Steve Bannon is essentially just a call for the average conservative to become more involved in the local election process through becoming a local committee person.
It is these people who essentially vote for election procedural changes which occur on the local level, but these small numerous policy changes accrue and become massive changes on the national level as we saw in the 2020 election.
Democrats and liberals have been doing this for ages through what I call the university to local affairs pipeline…
The latest statement from President Trump indicates support for the precinct strategy on his part, and a call to action on the part of every conservative who wishes for greater election transparency:
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America pic.twitter.com/onREEGrevl
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) February 27, 2022
Precinct Strategy.Com gave an official explanation of the strategy:
In a nutshell, this is what every conservative — including you, dear reader — needs to do ASAP — if our goal is to have our state legislators pass election reform laws requiring all counties to stop using any kind of imaging machines for counting votes and, instead, return us to the “gold standard” of counting votes: hand-counting at the polling locations before the paper ballots are allowed to leave the premises and making voting by mail the exception and not the rule.
The first step in taking back our government, by electing better, people, is by taking back the Republican Party from those running it now. And that means YOU becoming a precinct committeeman for your voting precinct.
(Precinct committeeman is called different things in different states (precinct chair, precinct delegate, precinct committee officer, member, etc.; the bottom line is that you want to become a voting member of your local or county committee, and it is not difficult to do so.)
The precinct strategy can restore integrity to a broken system epitomized by these recent reports via Just The News:
A study of Maricopa County’s mail ballots in Arizona’s 2020 presidential election estimates that more than 200,000 ballots with mismatched signatures were counted without being reviewed, or “cured” — more than eight times the 25,000 signature mismatches requiring curing acknowledged by the county.