process for the current software being discussed as a digital vote option.
It is our position that all voting must follow Texas law and the current Republican Party of Texas rules. “While it might have been possible at some time in the past to roll out a virtual convention, doing so on five days-notice is unrealistic. Such runs the risk of
disenfranchising voters,” stated Lt. Col. West’s attorney, Clyde M. Siebmen.
Additionally, the attorney also pointed out that the West campaign is “prepared to take legal action to protect the sanctity of the vote of grassroots Republican activists. If you can’t conduct open and transparent elections in our own Party, how can you ever hope
to protect them in November?”
We cannot allow untested software to be used in a slipshod manner. The results could be the effective censure of the average grassroots Republican activists and the muzzling of the real desires of the base of the Texas Republican Party. Only by allowing a transparent vote to happen either in different locations across the state or on properly vetted software, can we ensure an accurate vote.Letter to RPT
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