1 F, 2 Bs FOR LINN COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE & RPI CAUCUS PREPARATION
Greetings, Republican Party of Iowa (RPI), Linn County Republican Central Committee (LCRCC) Officials and all—
The Cedar Rapids Gazette started off caucus day by correcting 10 incorrect caucus sites reported in Sunday’s higher circulation Gazette.
Is this a harbingerof things to come in LCRCC caucus land?
The Report Card farther below at last shows gains in LCRCC’s, the second largest county in Iowa’s, preparedness for the Feb 1 caucus. While there is still one F, there are 2 Bs to raise some hope.
It is now less than 1 day until the Feb. 1, 2016 caucus and the LCRCC caucus preparedness Report Card still has 1 F in it--for failure to handle large crowds. There remains some time to correct remaining deficiencies!
LCRCC’S caucus preparedness grade point is now 1.8.
The REPORT CARD shows where gains were made.
Adam Wachholz and Jessie Jordan, from the Iowa GOP, have done some more good—but serious concerns remain such as parking, safety and handicapped accessibility.
And, Iowalive now has some concerns about operation of Microsoft’s vote reporting system. It involves its capacity or bandwidth. It could be very slow or even crash. The nation will not be patient while waiting for delays in the Iowa caucus vote count!!
In 2012, Linn county was the 3rd county to report accurate voting results. How much it improved in 2016 will soon be known.
The following report card is provided with the committed intention of improving LCRCC performance and keeping the caucus in Iowa!! It is based on what is known at this time, as well as existence or absence of preparations and plans for a highly successful 2016 caucus. Other county central committees might find the Report Card useful as well.
2016 LCRCC CAUCUS REPORT CARD—CAN ALSO BE USED AS A CHECK LIST
Suitable Preparations and Plans, or the Lack of them, Are Included in Each Grade
This month shows 2 B grades!
This Report Card will be updated and posted after the caucus.
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