INITIATIVE STATUTE. REPUBLICAN PARTY PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY. Repeals the law which designates as "Republican presidential nominee from California" the candidate who receives the most votes at the primary election. Requires that Republican National Convention delegates and alternates be allocated according to the percentage of votes received by each candidate and uncommitted delegation statewide. Requires that the Secretary of State apportion such delegates after the primary, in cooperation with the Republican State Central Committee and pursuant to the Republican National Convention and National Republican Committee rules. Applies to delegates selected at the 1980 Republican presidential primary election. Financial impact: No significant net change in state or local government finances.
John G. Schmitz, 10 Mission Bay Drive, Corona Del Mar, California 92625
Failed to Qualify
Republican Party Presidential Primary (1979).