UCRP Petition for Central Committee Meeting on December 10, 2011

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Utah County Republican Party Petition For Central Committee Meeting on Saturday, December 10, 2011

 

Dear Chairman Acheson,

Thank you for your service as Chair of the Utah County Republican Party.

At the Thursday, November 17, Central Committee Meeting, as you know, we did not complete our business before the meeting was adjourned. It seems prudent to continue our discussion soon while the information is fresh in our minds.

Pursuant to Bylaw 8.C, which states in part (underlining added):

"Central Committee Meetings may be called by the Steering Committee, the Executive Committee or upon the petition of ten percent of the members of the Central Committee."

We hereby petition for a central committee meeting on Saturday, December 10, beginning at 9:00 a.m., with the following agenda:




UCRP Central Committee Meeting Agenda

Special Meeting of the Central Committee, called by Central Committee Members in accordance with UCRP Bylaw 8.C, for the purpose of addressing bylaw proposals not finished at our 11/17/11 meeting.


Saturday, December 10, 2011, 9:00 a.m.


Dixon Middle School (NE entrance)
750 West 200 North
Provo, Utah 84601


Credentialing begins at 8:15 a.m.


1. Call to Order

2. Invocation

3. Pledge of Allegiance

4. Approval of Agenda

5. Credentials Report

6. Constitution and Bylaws business:


a.   B-114-A (Bylaw 1 - State Delegate Allocation)

·   Presentations are limited to 20 minutes (10 minutes FOR and 10 minutes AGAINST), followed by up to 10 minutes for questions and answers.

·   Debate is limited to 30 minutes (90 seconds per speaker), alternating between FOR and AGAINST.

·   Vote.

b.   B-140 (Legislative District Elections - Candidate Filing and Notification Procedures)

·   Debate is limited to 15 minutes (90 seconds per speaker), alternating between FOR and AGAINST.

·   Vote.

c.   B-114-B (Bylaw 1 - State Delegate Allocation by Office)

·   Debate is limited to 30 minutes (90 seconds per speaker), alternating between FOR and AGAINST.

·   Vote.

6.       7. Adjourn



We further require that advance notification be given each member of the committee, no less than seven days in advance, by sending a postcard to his or her last known address--in addition to electronic notification via email, web site, etc.--and that rigorous credentialing of committee members be done to ensure the validity of the votes that will be taken.

Respectfully submitted,

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