Republican Party Platform and Resolutions
RNC National Convention
See the full documents illustrating how the RNC establishment systematically marginalized the grassroots of the party. For more information on RNC Rules Disaster click here.
State GOP Financial Statements
See how the State GOP spends their (your) money. Included in these reports are receipts, contributions, expenditures, and payroll.
1982 Consent Decree
In 1982, the Democrat National Committee (DNC) sued the Republican National Committee (RNC) alleging the RNC engaged in voter intimidation. As a result of the lawsuit, the RNC, in conjunction with the New Jersey GOP, entered a consent decree (a settlement) with the DNC. The RNC voluntarily agreed, among other things, that they would “refrain from undertaking any ballot security activities in polling places or election districts where the racial or ethnic composition of such districts is a factor in the decision to conduct, or the actual conduct of, such activities there…” In a subsequent 1987 court order, the 1982 consent decree was modified to define “ballot security” as efforts to promote "ballot integrity, ballot security or other efforts to prevent or remedy vote fraud." Perhaps most egregiously, the RNC agreed to submit any ballot security activity to the court for approval 20 days before an election.
Thus, Democrats would know Republican strategy for policing voter fraud 20 days before an election. Democrats are not required to do the same.
Republicans have attempted to get out of the court enforceable agreement a number of times with no success. To this day, this agreement is in force and voter fraud runs rampant.