It would appear that the California Republican Party, which held its state fall convention this weekend in Anaheim, is trying to change, after falling to a new low in last year’s elections. But is it working?
Tim Donnelly, a former Minuteman border watch leader who is the movement’s favored candidate for governor, rolled into the meeting to a standing ovation from nearly 200 tea party supporters, according to the L.A. Times.
A former Minuteman? Wow. No bueno. And the CRP also passed a resolution that would require voters to show identification before casting ballots. Clearly the CRP remains uninterested in Latino voters. Continue reading