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This is the MOST IMPORTANT thing you can do to stop socialism

Published in Blog on May 21, 2019 by Convention Of States

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The Founders gave us a way to end federal overreach and wasteful spending.

It can be found in Article V of the Constitution, which gives the people -- acting through the states -- the power to call a Convention of States for proposing constitutional amendments.

These amendments can force the feds to be fiscally responsible, mandate term limits, and reduce the power of the federal government.

But we can't do it alone.

We need the support of our state legislators -- and that's where you come in.

Your state representatives need to know that you support the Convention of States option. They need to know that their constituents care about the abuses of the federal government, and that they, as state legislators, have the power to do something about it.

Contacting your state reps can be intimidating and confusing, but don't worry -- we've made it easy!

We've developed a free tool that allows you to call or email your representatives in four simple steps.

Contact your Reps


1. Visit the Take Action page on the Convention of States website by clicking here.

2. Click your state.

3. Fill in your information.

4. Click "Call," "Send Message," or "Continue," depending on the available method of contact.

That's it! Our system uses the address you provide to find the men and women representing your legislative district and sends them the call or email you compose.

It's a fast, simple way to make your voice heard about the overreach and abuse of the federal government, and it puts your state team one step closer to passing the Convention of States Resolution in your state legislature.

Thanks for your support!

Click here to get involved!
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