By Sharron Angle

All eyes are watching as the Presidential Primary Candidates campaign their way thru Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina but, what about the back story—how the establishment gets their candidate through to the general election regardless of the outcomes of state primaries and caucuses. Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus appeared on the Today Show to analyze CNN's December 2015 Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was asked about a brokered convention.
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September 9, 2015
ICYMI: National Federation Of Republican Assemblies Has Endorsed Ted Cruz For President

HOUSTON, Texas -- The National Federation of Republican Assemblies, a group that seeks to ensure that the Republican Party maintains its conservative values, has endorsed U.S. Senator Ted Cruz for President. Former Nevada Republican Senate candidate and President of NFRA Sharron Angle announced the endorsement: “After a thoughtful deliberation and lengthy review of all the candidates, the NFRA membership endorsed Ted Cruz,” Angle said. “The NFRA membership voted by an overwhelming two-thirds majority to endorse Ted Cruz.”
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The Massachusetts Republican Assembly is hosting a Ronald Reagan/Coastal California cruise on April 24 to May 1, 2016 on board the Grand Princess.
By Mary Lou Daxland

If the Massachusetts conservatives that are on the State Committee do not maintain their seats and help more conservatives get elected to reach that "magic" number of 41 out of 80 there is a very good chance that there will be a brokered RNC Convention in Ohio. Remember that meeting in Washington this past December that Reince Preibus claims that there was no discussion about a brokered convention? MA Conservatives don't believe that for one minute!