Members of the Republican Liberty Caucus of California attended the 2009 Convention in Sacramento in mid-February.
According to state RLC Chair Matthew Heath, “We had a ton of fun at the booth and many of us took advantage of learning about the California Republican Party through workshops and committee meetings.” Said Heath, “If we one day hope to restore the party, we must learn how it works.”
The California RLC held its Convention meeting on Saturday evening, Feb. 21, where the executive board was officially selected. Chapter formalization and strategies were also discussed.
The RLC also hosted an outreach booth from Feb. 20-22. Members distributed thousands of flyers and engaged Convention-goers with the World’s Smallest Political Quiz.
According to the results taken from the California RLC’s Nolan chart scores (see chart, below), of the Convention attendees who stopped by to take the quiz, three were left-liberal, 22 were right-conservative, ten were centrist, and 58 scored in the ‘libertarian’ quadrant, including several perfect 100-100 scores. Really GREAT results!
Below are some photos from the event.
The booth was a hit!
Bob van Cleef and Laura Crockett attend to the booth.
A California RLC member with the World’s Smallest Political Quiz.
Bob, Mary, David, Adina, and Matthew.
RLC members engage Convention attendees.
Results from the Nolan Chart: of the Convention attendees who stopped by to take the quiz, three were left-liberal, 22 were right-conservative, ten were centrist, and 58 scored in the ‘libertarian’ quadrant.