Tag Archives: caucus

How Ron Paul Won Jackson County

Today was a victory for Ron Paul supporters in Jackson County, Missouri. Further summary is needed to really explain what happened at the end of the caucus that resulted in the Beat Obama slate. I’ve spoken to the Chair, several delegates, and many attendees in order to compile the most accurate report possible. The Credentials […]

Caucus Fraud in Pulaski County, Missouri

The Caucus in Pulaski County, Missouri, on 17 March, unfortunately suffered from corruption. As in so many places, Robert’s Rules of Order were ignored and violated. The Parliamentarian did not enforce Order. Below is list of the major problems reported. The Chair repeatedly voted even though no ties happened. No rule was made or announced […]

Liveblogging the Jackson County Missouri Caucus

Throughout Saturday, 24 March 2012, I’m liveblogging the Jackson County, Missouri GOP caucus with reports from attendees. Keep checking back for updates! If you prefer, I’m also updating Twitter @lorienjohnson! CONFIRMED: Paul wins majority of delegates in Jackson County, Missouri. Paul 80% Romney 20%! 03:31 PM CST – Beat Obama Slate wins 531 to 237 […]

A Visit from Ron Johnson Cass Caucus Chair & County Auditor

I recently wrote about the Cass County Missouri Caucus. Cass Co. wasn’t as bad as some of the other counties in MO last Saturday. Summary: without authority to do so all recordings were prohibited, the Santorum crowd played dirty, and the Chair (Ron Johnson, a Gingrich supporter) tried to unilaterally fill empty Santorum delegate slots […]

Missouri Caucus: Cass County Shenanigans

The caucus in Cass County, Missouri, was an interesting affair. I only have limited reports at this time, but apparently the process was greatly extended due to strange happenings in the Santorum camp followed by the Gingrich-supporting Chair trying a bit of a bamboozle. The Chair announced before the meeting that no recordings were allowed, […]