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Write a Letter, Spread the Word

Published in Blog on July 18, 2017 by Convention Of States Project

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Spreading the word about the Convention of States Project may be simpler than you think.

Cheryl Riege, the Coalitions Director for Nebraska, published an article today on the Grand Island Independent's website. The article briefly describes the Convention of States process, gives an update on our progress so far, and responds to the common "runaway convention" objection. Cheryl's article is a great example of something anyone can do to spread the word about the Convention of States Project: write a letter.

Whether it's a letter to the editor of your local newspaper or an email to your friends and family, writing a letter is one of the most effective ways to tell other people about the last, best chance to preserve liberty in the United States.

And we've made it easy! Simply download these sample letters to the editor (instructions included!) or this a sample email to friends and family, fill in your information, and send it off. We know you're busy, but telling others about Article V and the Convention of States Project will be fifteen minutes well spent.

We need nationwide support to be successful, but we know we can do it with your help.

Click here to get involved!
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