Belknap County Republican Meeting - 12/08/10 (Wednesday)
Date: 12/08/10 (Wednesday)
5:30pm Buffet Dinner ($14)
Place: Shanghai Restaurant
331 South Main Street
603 - 524 - 4100
Wayne is the NH GOP Vice-Chair and recently appointed by the NH GOP Executive Committee to be the replacement RNC Committeeman from NH (due to the vacancy left when Sean Mahoney decided to run for US Congress). He will be the featured Speaker for the evening.
He will also be overseeing the caucus electing the 2011-2012 State Committee Members to represent the Belknap County Republican Committee at the NH GOP Conventions as stated in Article 5, Section 3 of the NH GOP Bylaws:
3. Methods of Election:
The officers of the Committee, with the exception of the FEC Compliance Officer (appointed by the Chairman), Finance Chairman and the Assistant to the Chairman for Recruiting, shall be elected at a regular meeting of the Committee, which shall be held on a date set by the State Chairman during the month of January in the calendar year immediately following a biennial election. The three aforementioned officers, who shall be appointed by the Chairman, must also be confirmed by a majority vote of the Executive Committee. Officers shall be required to attend personally or be represented at all Executive Committee meetings. Officers who fail to attend at least half of the meetings set by the Chairman within a calendar year, either in person or by representation, shall be deemed to have resigned from their office.
To be elected as a State Committee Member:
Following the biennial election (even year elections) County and City Committees hold caucuses no later than December 15th for the purpose of electing State Committee members for two years. Any registered Republican who resides within the respective County or City is eligible to run to become a member of the State Committee. Caucus dates and locations will be posted at www.nhgop.org.Note: The County and City Committees may have as many members as they wish, but only the members elected in the above manner will be State Committee voting members.
Only delegates to the state convention are eligible to vote to elect State Committee members at the caucuses. Delegates, including elected officials, are not automatically state committee members. However, delegates may also run and be elected to the State Committee. The number of members elected is determined by the Organization committee of the state convention.
Members elected to the County and City Committees then become voting members of the Republican State Committee for a term of two years. These newly elected members then meet to vote for the officers of their local County or City committee.?
The next Annual Meeting information:
- When: January 22, 2011
- Where: Stockbridge Theatre at Pinkerton Academy. Click here for directions.
- Time: Registration Begins at 8:30 AM
Meeting will be called to order at 10:00 AM
Map to the Shang-hai: