Polk County Republicans

Polk County Republicans

The Polk County Republicans at their central committee meeting on Tuesday will consider the following resolution to amend the bylaws of the county party. The suggested amendment primary deals with electing delegates to the county and district conventions, as well as, rules for committees related to the convention. Party leadership, however, reiterated that the resolution is not binding on the convention, but can be used as a template.

You can read the proposed resolution below:

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