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Friday, January 22, 2010

Campaign for Liberty seeking Local, County, and Regional Coordinators

From the Campaign for Liberty Blog:

Are you passionate about the great American principles of individual liberty, constitutional government, sound money, free markets, and a non-interventionist foreign policy?

Are you currently searching for an active role within the Campaign for Liberty which will train and equip you for battle and allow you to effectively channel your efforts, vastly increasing your ability to win back lost freedoms and then preserve them for future generations?

If these things apply to you, please consider signing up as a local coordinator. Our Local Coordinator Training will assist you in learning about the political figures and structure in your area, arm you with important details needed to direct your time and energy effectively, and provide you with specific information that you will be able to share with your fellow activists.

Once you have signed up as a local coordinator, please consider leading your county or region. You can nominate yourself, or a fellow local coordinator from your dashboard; simply scroll to the bottom of the page and look for "Coordinators" on the right-hand side of the page. You will notice the categories of "County", "Regional" and "State". If there is no coordinator in any of those categories, you will see the word "nominate". Simply click "nominate" and you will be taken to a page where you can voice your recommendations on who should fill that position.

We've come a long way since the Campaign for Liberty was formed. As we move forward, there will be battles won, and battles lost; we will face stiff opposition, and form important alliances. Building up our team of local, county and regional coordinators will greatly increase our ability to reclaim our lost liberties and boldly confront our adversaries and win!


If I had the time to do this, I would. You should really consider joining the Campaign for Liberty, that is, if you have the time.

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