WTLC Radio Host Amos Brown tweeted from the convention floor:
There are 590 precincts in Indy that should have GOP Precinct Committee folks. At 290 official delegates just 49.2% precincts [were] represented.
There are 600 precincts which means the total number of possible voters at the slating convention are: 600 PCs, 100 WCs and 100 VWCs. Only 36% of eligible GOP slating voters turned out for the convention. Undoubtedly the vast majority were appointees of the Kyle Walker county chairman, put into place just in case someone challenged Walker's anointed candidates.
The time is long past for the state GOP organization to intervene. The Marion County Republican Party, and its virtually non-existant grass roots has become a black hole that will eventually sink state-wide Republican candidates.