We're very pleased to announce that Mark Meadows has endorsed the Convention of States Project!
Rep. Meadows represented North Carolina's 11th District from 2013 to 2020, and more recently served in President Trump's White House as the Chief of Staff.
During his time in Congress, Rep. Meadows helped found the House Freedom Caucus to fight for conservative, limited-government issues, and he's been a staunch defender of liberty throughout his career.
Now, he's thrown his considerable influence behind the Convention of States effort.
"Joe Biden and Congress continue to push a leftist agenda, even encouraging rule changes, to force their will on the American people. It is time for State Legislatures to use their constitutional leverage and pass a Convention of States resolution. It's time to rein in the power of career politicians," he said.
"We couldn't be happier to have the endorsement of a champion of liberty like Representative Meadows," said Mark Meckler, President of Convention of States Action. "Representative Meadows has a proven track record of advocating for fiscal responsibility and limited government, whether in President Trump's White House or as a conservative leader in Congress. His love for his country is clear, and we're excited to welcome him to the Article V movement."
Rep. Meadows joins dozens of other national leaders, thinkers, and legal experts in endorsing the Convention of States Project, including Mark Levin, Ben Shapiro, Sean Hannity, Gov. Ron DeSantis, Ben Carson, and many others. Click here to see the full list.
The Convention of States Project was founded with the expressed purpose of calling the first-ever Article V Convention of States to limit federal power, spending, and influence. A Convention of States is called and controlled by the states and has the power to propose constitutional amendments. Under the Convention of States Resolution, these amendments can limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, impose fiscal restraints on Congress, and mandate term limits for federal officials.
Fifteen states have passed the Resolution, and 5 million Americans have voiced their support. To join the movement, sign the petition below!
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