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Section 1. Membership Defined.

Membership in the GPS RNC is defined as players who are granted access to the Republican Party War Room by an Administrator who are either office holders who were elected to their office as the Republican Party nominee for their office and whose public allegiance remains with the Republican Party, office holders who were elected as an Independent or with another party but who have switched their public allegiance to the Republican Party, or private citizens and other government officials who identify as Republicans. 

Section 2. Leadership.

The elected party leadership will consist of the following positions: Chairperson of the Republican National Committee, House/Senate Leader, House/Senate Whip, and Speaker/PPT. All of these officeholders are authorized to appoint deputies to help them with their tasks. 

Section 3. Internal Elections.

Every 2 years, there will be internal elections to elect the members of party leadership. There will be a nominating period lasting 48 hours. Any member can nominate anyone else, including themselves. All nominations must be seconded. All seconded nominations must then be accepted, unless it's a self-nomination. Debate between candidates is allowed only within the 48 hour nominating period. After the 48 hour nominating period, there will be a 48 hour period for voting. Members will indicate their choice in the thread that was started for nominations. Whoever gets the most votes wins. Unanimous consent can be requested during the debate period, and there are 24 hours for any objections. Unanimous consent cannot be requested in the last 24 hours of the debate phase. 

Section 5. Conflicts of Interest.

The Chairperson of the RNC is not allowed to endorse a particular candidate in any contested primary for any office, and he or she is not allowed to be a candidate for President in a contested primary with any players that he or she controls.

Section 6. Amendments to Bylaws.

Any proposed amendments to these bylaws must be introduced and seconded, followed by a vote that requires a two-thirds majority. 

Section 7. Expected Behavior of Members.

Members are expected to support the political campaigns of other members. Members are expected to keep their disagreements with one another private unless there is a contested primary and the game is currently in a campaign turn. 

Section 8. No Confidence

Any leader may be removed from their respective office by a motion of no confidence. A motion of no confidence once made must be seconded by two other party members within 48 hours. If a 2/3rds majority vote in favor of the motion of no confidence, the leader is removed from office.

Former President Kyle Fitzgerald

Three-Time Republican Nominee

Nobel Peace Prize Winner

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Thanks to @TexAgRepublican for posting it! Debate begins now and shall last for 24 hours. During this time amendments are welcome. After this time, we shall have a 24 hour voting period. 

Christopher Drake

Republican, NY-2

Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Former Chief Administrator - Rounds 4 & 5, Evil Arch-Conservative, Frequent Republican Player

 

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Further I move to strike Section 7. Some people represent states which are more pro-choice so forcing those people to support the pro-life campaign of other Senators would hurt their chances. If we have a Maine Senator sign in then we don't want to lose their seat because they couldn't stand up for pro-choice arguments. Furthermore I do not believe that the party should be forced into line by charter and threat of the sack.

The Rt Hon Dylan Macmillan MP

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and First Lord of the Treasury

MP for Nuneaton

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5 hours ago, Macmillan said:

Further I move to strike Section 7. Some people represent states which are more pro-choice so forcing those people to support the pro-life campaign of other Senators would hurt their chances. If we have a Maine Senator sign in then we don't want to lose their seat because they couldn't stand up for pro-choice arguments. Furthermore I do not believe that the party should be forced into line by charter and threat of the sack.

The rule is simply asking you not to snipe at each other. 

Former President Kyle Fitzgerald

Three-Time Republican Nominee

Nobel Peace Prize Winner

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AKA No endorsing Louisiana Democrats because the Republican is pro-life. 

Christopher Drake

Republican, NY-2

Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Former Chief Administrator - Rounds 4 & 5, Evil Arch-Conservative, Frequent Republican Player

 

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Motion to strike section 7 recognized. Voting begins for 24 hours. 

Nay

Christopher Drake

Republican, NY-2

Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Former Chief Administrator - Rounds 4 & 5, Evil Arch-Conservative, Frequent Republican Player

 

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Aye, at the very least it needs to be made more specific because atm it bans any non-primary red on red argument.

The Rt Hon Dylan Macmillan MP

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and First Lord of the Treasury

MP for Nuneaton

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1 hour ago, Macmillan said:

Aye, at the very least it needs to be made more specific because atm it bans any non-primary red on red argument.

We had this charter the last time you played in the GOP. I don't understand why all of a sudden this is such a big problem for you. 

Former President Kyle Fitzgerald

Three-Time Republican Nominee

Nobel Peace Prize Winner

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