PRECINCT STRATEGY Zoom Conference Call and Help Page
Find On This Page How to Join Zoom/Conference calls via your Computer OR any phone for Help Running for Precinct
There are FOUR sections on this page for easy navigating: The sections are:
1. Scheduled Zoom/Conference Calls
2. How to Join the Calls
3. Links to written answers to the main questions
4. Choose Your County to find out what precincts we have people running for precinct committeeman in your county, and in what precincts we need someone to run for precinct committeeman.
There will be Almost Nightly Zoom/Conference Calls from now until February 2, 2022 devoted to Helping People in Hamilton, Clermont, Butler, Warren (and other) Counties in Ohio to FILE TO RUN in his or her neighborhood precinct by the deadline in Ohio this year, 4 PM February 2, 2022:
Next scheduled Calls — check back daily — and alert all concerned People to attend and send other pro-constitution, pro-Liberty patriots to join the call at least once:
Next Scheduled Calls:
— Friday, January 13, at 8 PM EST
You can participate in one of two ways – by Zoom via computer OR smart phone, or by using any phone.
2a. Join the Zoom Meeting by Computer or your smart phone
(Microphone is needed, camera is preferred but not necessary)
Click the link below to enter the meeting and follow the prompts to join, but first write down these meeting codes in case you are prompted to give them: The Meeting ID: 876 1719 7297 —- and also — The Passcode: 1776
You may be asked for both of them once you click the Zoom link immediately below.
2b. You can join the Call using any phone only using any phone, cell or landline – (dial a phone number in a city near you from the phone number options listed below)
Choose one of these numbers to join in by any phone: IMPORTANT: Once the Call connects, you may be asked for up to all three of the following: Meeting ID: 876 1719 7297; Participant ID: 1776; Passcode: 1776
+1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)
+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
+1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
+1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
Links to written answers to the main questions
Click on Question you want answered:
First Question: — how to find what precinct you live in, what Congressional District you live in, etc. (everything you need to know about yourself as a voter), – read the paragraph below first, then CLICK HERE
Comment, for your information: when you click above to go to the Hamilton County Board of Elections websites, you can put in any person’s name who lives in your county; by using that page on the Hamilton County Board of elections you can be sure who you can approach to validly sign your precinct petition. Republicans can get signatures from registered Republicans and Independents (also called No Party) – but NOT Democrats. — Democrats can get signatures from registered Democrats and Independents (also called No Party) – but NOT Republicans.) — If a person has no matches, then that person is not registered, and you can register that person on a separate registration form. Then you can get that newly registered person’s signature on your precinct petition. (Paper clip your new registration to your precinct petition when you turn it into the Board of Elections, and it will certainly be counted as a valid signature.)
Second Question: — how to find and print out your Precinct Petition
NO NEED to go to click anywhere — this is the one part of the Hamilton County Board of Elections and Ohio Secretary of State website that is disgracefully unhelpful. This is an 8 1/2″ x 14″ two sided page that is almost impossible to print out at your desktop computer or Staples type business. It must be an 8 1/2″ x 14″ TWO SIDED piece of paper. The only way to reliably get this form is to get it at the your county board Board of Elections, or get it from the person recruiting you if they have a copy. Once you have a copy, you can legally make all the two sided copies you want. If you have a question about this matter, email to email@example.com or get on one of the zoom / phone calls at 8 pm EST, schedule and how to join call at NetworkAmerica.org/countypage
Third Question: — how to find the walking list of voters in your Neighborhood precinct
Fourth Question: — and how to find out if any person in your county is registered to vote, and whether that person is a Republican, a Democrat, or an Independent (No Party). If the person is not registered to vote, they will not appear on the list of registered voters.
Fifth Question: — And — also where to go to print out a registration form to use to register non-registered voters.
Important Fact to know: Any voter you register to vote, can sign your precinct petition and if you paper clip the registration to your precinct petition when you hand it into your county Board of Elections – you know all those newly registered voters are VALID signatures.
Choose the county you want: (COMING SOON) (This section will help us know where we have people running, and where we need people to run; as a rule anyone already running recruited by the RINOS do not count; we need to run candidates against them.)
Hamilton County Precinct Page
Clermont County Precinct Page
Warren County Precinct Page
Butler County Precinct Page