The Republican Party of Massachusetts has an enrollment of about 11%, about half of the enrollment of the Democrat Party in this state. The remaining majority is un-enrolled and like their independence. They may tend to vote a certain way, but these voters are expressing dissatisfaction with the established parties. They are revolting and are demanding that the party system correct itself and work to make America better, helping to secure the future for our children and grandchildren.
Two weeks ago, there were statewide caucuses held in each Congressional Districts for the purpose of electing delegates for the National GOP convention. As reported on many of the news networks, that convention should formally nominate former Governor Romney as the GOP nominee for President on the first ballot.
The turnout at the district caucuses were above average. A Romney Presidential Slate of delegates was presented by the Mass GOP containing all good people with excellent GOP credentials. There was also the Ronald Reagan Liberty Slate of delegates, a group of young GOP voters who were handing out sheets with an alternative list of representatives , all pledging to support Mitt Romney on the 1st ballot.