By | January 14, 2020

2. Party Disloyalty
Any registered Republican attempting to influence or influencing the outcome of any election
against a Republican candidate or Republican endorsed by the appropriate Republican Executive
Committee or Legislative Caucus, other than by supporting an opposing Republican Candidate in
a Republican primary, may be declared ineligible to hold office under the State Plan of
Organization at the State, District, and Precinct level for Party disloyalty by two-thirds (2/3) vote
of the State Executive Committee. Charges of Party disloyalty may be brought by petition of fifty
(50) members of the State Executive Committee, or by resolution of a County or District
Republican Executive Committee. The State Executive Committee may declare a Republican
found to have engaged in Party disloyalty as ineligible to serve in any office under the Plan of
Organization for a period of time between six (6) months and (5) years.
F. ELECTION OF PRESIDENTIAL DELEGATES AND ALTERNATES – NO