updated June 30, 2016)
To: GOP Convention Rules Committee
From: Concerned Republican Voters
As Republicans, we are devoted to the pillars of conservatism that have made America great. For generations, we have worked to build a party that embodies the American dream.
That's how the GOP became the party of freedom, prosperity, and opportunity.
It was the GOP that fought to abolish slavery, and was the GOP that championed women's suffrage. Today, it is the GOP that works for stronger families and stronger communities for a strong and prosperous America.
Many of our country's greatest leaders were, and are, members of the GOP -- we are the party of Lincoln, Eisenhower, and Reagan.
But today, we are saddled with a presidential candidate who holds none of the qualities of our party's greatest leaders.
He lacks common decency, respect of the Constitution, and the temperament of someone fit to be Commander-in-Chief.
That is why we cannot, in good conscience, support Donald Trump for President of the United States.
Mr. Chairman, we are calling on you to support a rule at the Republican National Convention which would reaffirm the longstanding principle that delegates to the GOP Convention can vote their conscience in the name of preserving the legacy of our party and our nation.
Kendal Unruh, Founder, National Delegate & Member of Rules Committee
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