Steve Stern is a firm believer in the Precinct Strategy developed by Dan Schultz.

Steve heard Dan explain his Precinct Strategy in 2020, and he came to believe that becoming a Precinct Committeeman or Committeewoman, or PC for short, is one of the best ways to have influence over the political process.

Steve had already spent a great deal of his time encouraging tens of thousands of people to get out and vote in the 2020 presidential election, but now he is actively recruiting people to become a PC, which gives citizens an excellent opportunity to really make a difference in the policies of the Republican Party.

PCs truly have power within the Republican Party because they interact with their elected party officials and have a vote within the party to influence it’s overall direction.

The Precinct Strategy also advocates for better election security by working to pass election reform laws:

  • To end the use of imaging machines for counting votes and replace it with hand-counting at polling locations before paper ballots are allowed to leave the premises,
  • To make voting by mail the exception and not the rule.

Steve Stern has become a sort of ambassador of the Precinct Strategy sharing it with everyone he can.


On February 27, 2022, President Trump said this about the Precinct Strategy:

"The Precinct Strategy, as explained by Dan Schultz at, is a great way to restore our Republic by transforming our Party from currently at less than half-strength at the precinct level into a full-strength Get Out The Vote powerhouse--as it should be.

"Make America Great Again!

"You're not in the [Republican] party unless you're a Precinct Committeeman. Precinct Committeemen are the Party.”

Daniel Schultzbrand