A Republican Action Plan

In 2002, and 2004, (and afterwards, as well), the Montana Republican Legislative Campaign Committee (LCC) developed what we called “The Republican Action Plan”. It was a list of around ten things that we promised to work to enact if elected, and all the candidates statewide used this as their campaign platform. It was VERY similar to the GOPAC “Contract With America” that led to great success in 1994′s Congressional races.

The basic idea is to come up with a list of specific things that could be accomplished that would move the state (or country) forward without being a partisan laundry list.

We’re in dire need of one, again, both in my current state, California, and nationally in 2010′s Congressional campaign.

Of course, I have a few ideas — mostly stolen, but still and all, they are fairly good and need a little honing. Over the next few months, I’ll be posting them to Twitter and here, and I would appreciate any suggestions for refining them AND getting them into mainstream GOP thought-streams.

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