Precinct Strategy Blog

Dan Schultz
Precinct Committeeman
Dan Schultz, Esq., has been a leading force for change in the Republican Party for many years. As an elected Arizona Republican Party Precinct Committeeman and state committeeman, a veteran, an attorney, and an author
Recent Articles

Republican Party Platform vs. Democrat Party Platform: Liberty vs. Secular Socialism

(Here is a link to a short comparison of some of the policy issues covered in the 2012 Republican Party Platform and Democrat Party Platform. Here is a link to a more comprehensive comparison.) The current 2016 Republican Party Platform is here. From the Preamble to the Platform:  “This platform is many things: A handbook for returning decision-making to the people. A guide to the constitutional rights of every American. And a manual for the kind of sustained growth that will bring opportunity to all those on the sidelines of our society.” A side-by-side issues analysis of the current 2016

The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy to Take Back the Republican Party and then America at the Ballot Box

The Precinct Committeeman Strategy – 3 Steps Here’s a thirteen minute portion of a video interview with Steve Bannon explaining the Precinct Committeeman Strategy, courtesy of Major Patriot at and reposted at YouTube. If the above video has been taken down by, then go here. [Updated February 23, 2021] Originally posted in February, 2009 and updated as needed. Since then, not enough conservative Americans followed the advice here to organize and unite politically inside the Republican Party and, thus, we allowed Barack Hussein Obama to be re-elected.  And we failed to re-elect Donald J. Trump. In a nutshell,

One Courageous Conservative Elected Republican: AZ State Sen. Russell Pearce

Please listen to Arizona State Sen. Russell Pearce's heartfelt plea for YOU to get involved in the "party" that really matters -- party politics as a precinct committeeman!

Becoming a Precinct Committeeman Step-by-Step

The office of precinct committeeman (“PC”) has been has been called “the most powerful office in the world” because the PC is the closest structured political officeholder to the registered voter. A registered voter has no vote in internal Party policy; a precinct committeeman does. A PC elects district, county and state party officers, delegates to the Presidential convention and RNC members. PCs sent to the Pres. Convention vote on what policies the party platform will be advocated in the next two years. Through a monthly meeting, PCs interact with their elected Party officials to influence legislation. Here’s the point:

Precinct Committeeman: Most Powerful Office in the World!

Want to motivate the wimpy Republicans-In-Name-Only to start following the Constitution? Want better conservative Republican Party candidates with a chance to win the primary and general elections? Then volunteer IMMEDIATELY to become a Republican Party precinct committeeman. Precinct committeemen elect the leadership within the Party and vote to endorse the Republicans in the primaries. The more conservatives in the precinct committeemen ranks, the more conservative the leadership and the primary winners will be. Here’s a typical example of the situation: Maricopa County, Arizona. Includes Phoenix. As of May, 2019, about 7,000 precinct committeeman slots existed in Maricopa County for the