• RPOF Changes Candidate Oath In Attempt To Keep Trump Off Ballot In FL

    June 14, 2023
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    RPOF Chairman Christian Ziegler, has authorized a rule change by the RPOF Constitution & Rules Committee (at the May 2023 Spring Meeting in Orlando) to Rule 31 pertaining to presidential candidates and nominees in FL. All candidates must affirm, through the RPOF Oath, that they WILL support the nominee or they WILL NOT be placed on the Florida Presidential Primary Ballot.  This appears to be an attempt to keep President Trump off the Ballot for the FL President Preference Primary which is March 19, 2024.

    Trump has not publicly affirmed he will support the RPOF nominee no matter who it is, due to massive election fraud nationwide during the 2020 and 2022 elections.

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    Patricia Lynch
    Patricia Lynch
    11 months ago

    If Trump is not on the ballot, can we write him in?

    Robin
    Robin
    11 months ago
    Reply to  Patricia Lynch

    You can always write anyone in you want

    Victoria Cruz
    Victoria Cruz
    11 months ago
    Reply to  Robin

    You should check that in FL law. Here in GA, you can only write in a candidate who has been qualified, either by the.respective party, or if an independent, if you obtain a very large # of verified signatures of voters. If "they" don't want you on the ballot, "they" will find a way. They won't qualify you or verify the signatures you collect.

    Russ D
    Russ D
    11 months ago
    Reply to  Patricia Lynch

    And remember RINO Alaska Sen. Murkowski regrettably won as a write-in after she lost the 2010 primary:.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lisa_Murkowski

    Joe Blow
    11 months ago

    Lol... Try to keep Trump off the ballot in Florida... I'm a DeSantis voter but stuff like this makes me want to vote for Trump...

    Not a member of the sheep
    Not a member of the sheep
    11 months ago

    March 19? It is June 2023 so this article is all out of whack date time stamp wise.

    Staff
    Admin
    11 months ago

    You are correct. We fixed the typo.

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