Porter H Davis

The Oklahoma Grassroots campaign is the inspiration of long-time political activist and blogger, Porter H. Davis. After earning his MBA in Organizational Behavior, Davis became a participant in Oklahoma’s political arena. From serving as an early State Chairman of the Libertarian party, to winning election as the Republican State Representative to House District 85, to founding a state-level public policy think tank, he is steeped in political tradition and practice. He’s made three trips to the Republican National Convention as a Delegate.

Porter’s search for solutions to our many problems has convinced him that the missing link to restoring limited, accountable government is strong, local precinct organizations focused around the town meeting. Further, that vision goes beyond politics to become a strong, cross-party, support structure for local communities.

The Precinct Leader

The Precinct Ekklesia

A New Wineskin for the Third Millennium (Version 0.82)
by Porter Haskell Davis

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The Elephant in the OK GOP’s Living Room

Officials in the Oklahoma Republican Party are still in denial about the September loss of a perpetually GOP-held seat in a special election for House District 85. At recent county and state GOP meetings, I heard the often-repeated mantras that the Democrat “outworked” the Republican, that more “liberals” are moving into the district, and that […]

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Because of recent rumors, I decided to attend the Credientials Committee meeting to ascertain the truth for myself. If the GOP is to maintain faith with the people, it is essential that the rules are followed transparently and efficiently. In the case of credentials, votes on all elections for rules, officers, platform and resolutions depend […]

I’ve had a week to reflect on the 2015 OK County Convention held March 7 at OCCC. Having barely lost my race for Vice Chair, I wanted to get past the sting of defeat and gather perspective. On the whole, I’m optimistic the county party can become the dynamic grassroots force it was 50 years […]

Eighteen months after the plug was pulled on Ron Paul’s campaign, the Liberty Movement is in disarray. Without the unifying focus of a national campaign, the high level of activism ignited by Paul’s candidacy is gone. Scattered efforts to supply this vision have yet to gel into an effective political force. What follows is a […]

We in the Liberty Movement need to focus  on becoming community organizers in our own neighborhoods and precincts. Grassroots organizing is essential to help us survive this crisis and restore a free society. Let’s transform our own states into Free States, establishing the principles of Liberty in our metro, county and state governments. Enforce the […]