Newark Anti-Gun Vote this Monday!

Campaign for Liberty

On November 9, 2015, the city of Newark began the process of putting its residents in harm’s way. Without your help, they will complete that process this Monday, January 11.

The Newark City Council unanimously approved the first reading of Bill 15-32 last November, which would enact the state’s “Armitage Gun Ban,” named after the specific lobbyist who rammed it through the state legislature . . .

. . . restricting every law abiding citizen’s right to defend themselves in municipal buildings.

They took the dangerous first step toward creating another “Gun Free Zone,” which we hear about so much due to the crimes that so often occur in them.

And this Monday, January 11, in the Municipal Council chamber at 220 South Main Street, the council will have their second and final vote on this irresponsible, anti-self-defense policy.

Call these council members and urge them to VOTE NO on Armitage Gun Ban Bill 15-32:

Mayor Polly Sierer: 302-690-1741
Mark Morehead: 302-521-9525
Todd Ruckle: 302-893-1601
Robert Gifford: 302-803-0451
Margrit Hadden: 302-983-9087
Luke Chapman: 302-293-7639
Stu Markham: 302-456-1755

And please take a minute to sign our Armitage Gun Ban petition, letting them know we will not tolerate them turning our residents and town employees into helpless victims.

We read in the newspaper time and again how recent massacres in schools, movie theaters, and the like are a major problem. Of course, they highlight the “need for further gun restrictions.”

What those articles fail to connect is that all of the examples they cite are massacres occurring in so-called “Gun Free” zones.

They SHOULD be called “Criminal Protection Zones”!

Once you realize these criminals may be evil – not stupid – the connection is obvious.

They target Gun Free Zones because they know it’s where they will have the most impact – places where most people are rendered defenseless by irresponsible, anti-gun policies.

It is entirely possible that some of Newark’s elected officials were not able to make that connection prior to the meeting.

However, several people spoke at the meetings informing them of these facts and letting them know this bill could put people in harm’s way.

And yet they passed the first reading anyway. . . unanimously.

It is tough for me to conclude anything other than these elected officials actually want to make their residents vulnerable.

With all of the facts before them, I do not know what other conclusion to come to.

Last April, they hired Richard Armitage, a seasoned NRA lobbyist from Maryland, to lobby Delaware state politicians on behalf of the city of Newark and help spread the Mayor’s irrational, anti-gun agenda statewide.

And even though one Newark Council member questioned whether there would be a conflict of interest, lobbyist Armitage still accepted the position and the city council voted to hire him.

Soon after, he offered proposed legislation to them for an “optional” city municipal building ban, even admitting to the council that NRA “helped write the bill.

Armitage strategized in meetings of the Delaware League of Local Governments, sought out sponsors to ram his legislation through the State House and Senate, and saw it through in less than 2 weeks time.

The people of the state of Delaware had no time to hear about it, read it, or react – by design.

Armitage Gun Ban Bill 15-32 will come up for its second and FINAL reading on Monday, January 11.

We must make it perfectly clear that this bill must not go through.

Newark Council Meeting
Monday, January 11, from 7-9 p.m.
220 South Main Street
Newark, DE 19711


We must not allow the bill to become law by passing the second reading.

Please call these council members and urge them to VOTE NO on Armitage Gun Ban Bill 15-32:

Mayor Polly Sierer: 302-690-1741
Mark Morehead: 302-521-9525
Todd Ruckle: 302-893-1601
Robert Gifford: 302-803-0451
Margrit Hadden: 302-983-9087
Luke Chapman: 302-293-7639
Stu Markham: 302-456-1755

Tell them their vote will be a clear statement on whether or not they understand how pro-Second Amendment policies keep people safe.

We will report the results of their vote next week.

In Liberty,

Jeff Lawrence
New Castle County Coordinator
Delaware Campaign for Liberty

P.S. On November 9, 2015, Newark’s Council began the process to turn city buildings into gun free zones. The second and FINAL reading will be this Monday, January 11, at 7 p.m.

The last thing we need is another gun free zone, such as the ones we hear about in the news where all of the mass shootings are occurring.

Call the council members above. Urge them to VOTE NO on Bill 15-32!

And sign the Armitage Gun Ban petition to send a clear message that “Gun Free,” Criminal Protection Zones for criminals is irresponsible city policy.

P.P.S. Thank you for your continued support of liberty. To help us defray our costs and continue our efforts, please consider making a donation to Campaign for Liberty by clicking here.

Stop the Armitage Gun Bans

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The powerful anti-gun lobby is close to grabbing their next Delaware victory.

This time, they’re in the city of Newark. Will your town be next?

You may not be familiar with the behind-the-scenes effort that has been taking place to restrict your gun rights and create more “gun-free zones,” but . . .

. . . thanks to the efforts of a longtime NRA lobbyist from Maryland, Richard Armitage, more gun rights are being removed in municipal and county buildings all across the state.

The anti-gun city council in Lewes was the first to act in July before the Governor even signed the Armitage Bans into law, then Bethany Beach, Delaware City, Dover, Elsmere, Newport, and Townsend passed their “Armitage Gun Bans.”

Now, officials in Delmar, Middletown and Wilmington are preparing to strip away 2nd Amendment rights.

The final vote in Newark is scheduled for Monday, January 11th. If this next anti-gun ordinance is passed, citizens will no longer have the right to openly carry and defend themselves in Newark’s municipal buildings.

And that’s how they get your gun rights, chipping away one small piece at a time, one local council at a time.

It also strengthens every municipal building’s profile as a so-called “gun free zone,” where all recent mass shooting tragedies have been taking place!

Honestly, I’m outraged by this compromised erosion of our liberty and safety. I hope you’re fired up, too.

Please sign our “Stop the Armitage Gun Bans” petition today to show your support for the Second Amendment and citizen self-defense.

The City Administration in Newark, and particularly Mayor Polly Sierer, has long been hostile to citizens having any ability to defend themselves with anything from firearms to tasers.

In April, they hired a seasoned NRA lobbyist from Maryland, Richard Armitage, to also lobby Delaware state politicians on behalf of the City of Newark and help spread their radical agendas statewide.

And even though one Newark council member questioned whether there would be a conflict of interest, lobbyist Armitage still accepted the position and the city council voted to hire him.

Soon after, he offered proposed legislation to them for an “optional” city municipal building ban, even admitting to council that the NRA “helped write the bill.” He then sought out sponsors to ram his legislation through the state House and Senate.

To get around the state preemption law, which forbids lower governments from enacting gun restrictions on their own, Armitage made the gun bans “optional,” causing gun grabbing officials in the Delaware League of Local Governments to salivate over the opportunity to take away more firearms freedom.

House Bill 192 was introduced on June 16th by State Senators Patricia Blevins and Representative John Mitchell, both anti-gunners from the City of Elsmere.

They even replicated the language into House Bill 201 to remove similar gun rights in county buildings.

Both Armitage bills passed in the chambers of the legislature in Dover by July 1st. Governor Markell then signed the Armitage Gun Bans into law on August 17th.

In other words, lobbyist Armitage was successful in ramming two anti-gun bills through the legislature in less than 2 weeks . . .

. . . leaving no time for citizens to learn or voice opinion about the 2nd Amendment infringements.

Since then, multiple anti-gun city councils, such as Elsmere, Seaford and Lewes, have already jumped at the chance to take away your constitutional rights of self-defense.

I hope you agree that it’s absolutely outrageous for an NRA lobbyist from Maryland to be peddling anti-2nd Amendment laws as a dual agent for gun grabbing city councils in Delaware.

That’s why I also hope you will sign our “Stop the Armitage Gun Bans” petition today.

If you live in Newark, your council’s vote is on January 11th.

If you do not live in Newark, call your city and county council members right away and voice your opposition to the Armitage Gun Bans.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. The City of Newark’s administration has hired a longtime NRA lobbyist from Maryland to operate as a dual agent and push their radical anti-gun agenda across the state.

Lewes, Seaford and Elsmere have already banned open carry for self-defense in their buildings, raising their profiles as extremely dangerous “gun free zones.”

The vote in Newark is January 11th. Will your town be next?

Please sign our “Stop the Armitage Gun Bans” petition today and call your local government officials to voice your opposition on this latest erosion of your 2nd Amendment rights.

P.P.S. Thank you for your continued support of liberty. To help us defray our costs and continue our efforts, please consider making a donation to Campaign for Liberty by clicking here.

Elsmere Gun Vote this Thursday

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The powerful gun lobby has been working overtime to overpower your efforts to stop Elsmere Mayor Steve Burg’s latest assault on the Second Amendment right of self-defense.

In the wake of the Oregon shootings, Mayor Burg is continuing down the path of creating more “Gun Free Zones” for criminals to prioritize as easy targets in your own backyard.

I hope you agree that these Gun Free Zone policies across the country, especially on educational campuses, have produced nothing but fear and casualties.

Two bills will be up for council vote this Thursday, October 8, at 6:30 p.m., at Elsmere Town Hall.

The first, Ordinance 603, will repeal the prohibition of firearms in the town parklands. That’s a good idea, but some council members are planning to vote the wrong way.

The second, Ordinance 604, will prohibit open carry in all Elsmere municipal buildings. According to our sources, four council members are planning to pass this outrageous ordinance.

Please call the following council members and tell them to respect the rights of our citizens and town workers to protect themselves.

VOTE YES on 603, and VOTE NO on 604!

1st District: John Jaremchuck: 302-994-0672
2nd District: Ted Pfirmann: 302-482-3366
3rd District: Robert Kacperski: 302-995-0299
5th District: Joann Personti: 302-998-6608
6th District: Deborah Norkavage: 302-995-0716

And please attend the council meeting this Thursday at Elsmere Town Hall to voice your displeasure with the mayor’s anti-Second Amendment agenda.

We cannot allow the irresponsible policies of Gun Free Zones to continue in Elsmere. We cannot stand for the above politicians to put the lives of more people at risk.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. The Elsmere Town Council will be taking TWO major votes on the irresponsible policy of Gun Free Zones this Thursday, October 8, at 6:30 p.m. Please attend and urge them to Vote YES on Ordinance 603, and Vote NO on Ordinance 604!

Gun control moving forward in Delaware

Campaign for Liberty
The anti-Second Amendment efforts of politicians and powerful lobbyists just won’t stop.

Representative Robert Mitchell of Wilmington and Senator Patricia Blevins of Elsmere sponsored anti-gun House Bills 192 and 201 earlier this year, both of which were passed just after 1:00 AM on the last day of session and were signed by Jack Markell in August.

House Bills 192 and 201 virtually erased the long-standing, state preemption protection of your Second Amendment rights.

With their legislation, every county and municipality government in Delaware can now write their own laws against your right to carry in their buildings.

But it was more than that.

The legislation also set a precedent that the gun control lobby is salivating over. One of their ultimate goals is to create an open season for local governments to erode and destroy our constitutional, Second Amendment rights.

This legislation was a major step forward for the anti-gun lobby. And they are wasting no time in putting this new tool to use.

We need your help to keep pressure on your county, city, and town politicians. CLICK HERE to sign up to help out!

The City of Lewes passed their gun ban a few months ago, but their Chief of Police refuses to enforce it, saying he cannot enforce an unconstitutional ordinance!

The Mayor of Elsmere tried last month, but was shot down by his council in Senator Blevins’ own backyard!

After figuring out some legislative loopholes and twisting some arms, he vows to bring it up again on October 8, and says he’s confident he has enough anti-Second Amendment votes for victory.

Now, we need your help to push back on the anti-Second Amendment agenda in your county or municipality.

Please click here to become a local watchdog for anti-gun ordinances in your area.

This anti-gun legislation originated from Newark lobbyist Rick Armitage and a small group of city administrators who meet regularly as part of an organization called the “League of Local Governments.”

That small club of city administrators across Delaware have been scheming together to push their agenda at the state level – outside of their charge to dutifully serve the people of their towns and cities.

Adding an even stranger twist to this anti-Second Amendment effort, Rick Armitage also doubles as the registered lobbyist in Dover for the National Rifle Association.

Why would the NRA want to push anti-gun legislation, stripping you of your right to self-defense in public buildings?

Why would multi-client lobbyist Rick Armitage want to give criminals an open season on defenseless people in more “Gun Free Zones”?

We may never get answers to those questions, but now we have to deal with fighting the gun control agenda in every town and city across Delaware.

Eventually, we need to see House Bills 192 and 201 repealed.

But until then, I urge you to please sign up to handle the simple task of monitoring your town, city, or county council in defense of the Second Amendment.

Click here to take an active effort to push back against the Mitchell/Blevins/Armitage agenda against your constitutional, Second Amendment right to self-defense.

And make sure we have your local information correct, so we can keep you informed of anti-liberty actions in your backyard. Create or update your profile at CampaignForLiberty.org.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Representative Robert Mitchell, Senator Patricia Blevins and professional lobbyist Rick Armitage worked together to push House Bills 192 and 201 through the state legislature this year.

Those bills effectively erased constitutional, state preemption protection of our Second Amendment rights. Now, we have to watch every local government carefully and keep pressure on local politicians to prevent local gun bans in public buildings.

Please click here to stand with the Second Amendment and sign up to handle the task of keeping an eye on your town, city, or county government.

Gun control in Elsmere

Campaign for Liberty

I wish I had better news, but the town of Elsmere may become the second municipality in Delaware to outlaw your right to personal self-defense in municipal buildings next month.

Your State Senator Patricia Blevins was a sponsor of anti-gun House Bill 192 earlier this year, which passed on the last day of session and was signed by Jack Markell in August.

House Bill 192 effectively erased the long-standing, state preemption protection of your Second Amendment rights. With this piece of legislation, every municipality in our state can write their own laws against your right to carry in a municipal building.

But it’s more than that. This legislation also set a precedent the gun control lobby is salivating over. One of their ultimate goals is to create an open season for local governments to erode and destroy our constitutional, Second Amendment rights.

The city of Lewes passed their gun ban a few months ago, but their Chief of Police refuses to enforce it, stating that he cannot enforce an unconstitutional ordinance!

Now, we need your help to push back on the Mayor of Elsmere’s anti-Second Amendment agenda.

Mayor Steve Burg has made it his personal mission to see gun ban legislation passed in Elsmere. He collaborated with Newark lobbyist Rick Armitage to craft House Bill 192 as part of their participation in the “League of Local Governments.

Last month, thinking his victory was just one vote away after House Bill 192 passed in Dover, he called in regional television and radio media for the big event.

But much to his embarrassment, the council shot him down and sent him packing.

I don’t know what arms have been twisted or by whom since then, but he is bringing it back up again at the October 8 Council Meeting and promising he has the votes to advance his anti-gun agenda.

Currently, only Councilman Ed Zielinski of District 4 has publicly stated he has not changed his vote. He will continue to vote NO on any anti-gun legislation. But we have no written or public statements from other council members.

If Mayor Steve Burg has the votes for his gun ban, three of the following council members have changed their position on your constitutional rights. Please give them a call and urge them to VOTE “NO” on the Burg Ban:

1st District, John Jaremchuck: 302-994-0672

2nd District, Ted Pfirmann: 302-482-3366

3rd District, Robert Kacperski: 302-995-0299

5th District, Joann Personti: 302-998-6608

6th District, Deborah Norkavage: 302-995-0716

There is no excuse for council members who seemingly understand the Constitution one month but change their position the next.

It’s important that you call these council members today and demand they not join Mayor Burg’s stomping on your right of self-defense.

Please call the council members listed above and tell them, “Vote No to the Burg Ban in Elsmere!”

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Next month in Elsmere, Mayor Steve Burg is making his second attempt to pass a gun ban in the town’s municipal buildings, leaving Elsmere residents without their Second Amendment right to self-defense.

This “Burg Ban” would set a precedent allowing municipalities to write their own gun control laws, the same dangerous road that state preemption protection had guarded against for all these years.

Please call the council members listed above and voice your opposition to Mayor Steve’s “Burg Ban” today.

They want you poor and defenseless

Campaign for Liberty

The efforts of the political class to increase your taxes and take away your liberties has not slowed one bit in the state of Delaware.

Our meeting in New Castle County next week will address some very important issues.

While school districts hold tax hike referendums across the state to continue funding their high-dollar executive administrations, your state government faces a $100 Million shortfall that will be addressed when the legislature returns in January.

House Speaker Pete Schwartzkopf and Senate President Patricia Blevins are continuing to parrot the tired talking points of “decreased revenue” instead of admitting to their wasteful spending.

It’s a safe bet more tax hikes are on their agenda.

As if our fiscal woes were not enough, the powerful anti-gun lobby continued to strip away your ability to protect yourself during last year’s session.

House Bills 192 and 201 passed just after 1:00 a.m. on the final day of this year’s session, breaking the long-standing state preemption protection of your 2nd Amendment rights.

Now, every county and municipal government can pass gun bans in their public buildings, creating more “Gun Free Zones” for criminals to prey on the defenseless.

Please join us for our New Castle County meeting, where we will break down these new laws, the consequences of the legislation, and the politicians who passed it.

Wednesday, September 23, at 7 p.m.
Bear Library
101 Governors Place
Bear, DE 19701

We know what the end goal is for those who attack your liberty. They will continue to find ways to take your money and slice away at your constitutional rights.

Our freedom and prosperity needs more activists at the local and state levels. Please attend next Wednesday and help us advance liberty in our state.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Please join us at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 23, in Bear, DE as we battle the gun control agenda and prepare to fight back against tax hikes when the state legislature returns in January.

Follow Up: Referendums, Testing Opt Out, and Gun Control

Our first New Castle County Meeting for 2015 was a great success, with a standing-room only crowd at the Bear Library!

We promised this follow up email, with links to the Testing Opt Out and Gun Control legislation discussed, plus dates to remember for the month ahead regarding the Christina Referendum — starting with our special event next week on May 7th.

Testing “Opt Out”

While there was disagreement in the room on the political strategy of supporting Opt Out legislation, House Bill 50 contains obvious violations of personal liberty.

So long as those infringements on parental and privacy rights exist in the bill, we must remain in opposition to this legislation.

CLICK HERE to find the link to House Bill 50, as well as a description of the problematic provisions.

Municipal Gun Control

Draft legislation for a “Muni Gun Ban” was released to ban personal protection in all municipal building, as well as any building — public or private — where a government entity meets in an official capacity.

Currently, this draft legislation is still seeking sponsors at the Capitol.

CLICK HERE to find the link to the draft bill, as well as the information we have up to this point on its origins.

School District Referendum

The next tax hike referendum attempt by Christina School District is scheduled for May 27th, with one more school board meeting scheduled for May 12th.

This issue is relevant to all school districts across the state.

The problems facing Christina today have already been felt in the Appoquinimink, Colonial, Red Clay, Seaford, Milford, and Cape Henlopen school districts.

And it will continue.

If we do not tackle the root causes of rising costs and declining student performance during one of these referendums, this problem will continue to spiral further in the wrong direction.

As we outlined in the meeting, it’s clear that the Christina school board is asking the citizens to vote on a bad solution,  insisting on slashing pro-student resources . . .

. . . while protecting nearly 100 non-essential positions and bloated executive salaries as high as $192,000 a year.

We will be having a special referendum event prior to the May 12th board meeting. Here are the details:

Thursday, May 7th at 7:00pm
Bible Fellowship Church of Newark
808 S Old Baltimore Pike
Newark, DE 19702

Proponents of referendum passage have made a conscious decision to use similar tactics from their victorious counterparts in Red Clay back in February, holding regular “political action” meetings, professional marketing services . . .

. . . and even using district taxpayer dollars to fund their pro-tax hike literature and advertisements — including plans to pay for street side billboards!

Parents, teachers, and other residents who oppose the school district’s proposal are having their own tax dollars used against them and need to make their voice heard.

It’s unacceptable. And the current referendum proposal on the ballot is the wrong proposal to be voting on.

We will be calling for the school board to cancel the referendum and START OVER by listening to the better ideas put forth by the community.

Please join us for our special referendum event on May 7th at Bible Fellowship Church in Newark.

In Liberty,
Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Please join us at 7:00pm on Thursday, May 7th at the Bible Fellowship Church of Newark on Old Baltimore Pike.

We need to come together as a county and try to stop Delaware’s high cost, low performance approach to education on the battlefield of Christina School District.

Help us pressure that school board to stop their May 27th Tax Hike Referendum and START OVER by listening to parents, teachers and other residents.

4/22/2015 New Castle County Meeting

Our first New Castle County Meeting for 2015 is next Wednesday and there is no shortage of issues to tackle.

The problems surrounding education in the State of Delaware continue to pile on and there has been no significant momentum to fix them.

With the desperate need for political leadership to straighten out these issues, we will now be organizing activists to ramp up the pressure on our politicians.

Next Wednesday, we’ll be covering . . . 

  • the latest school district referendums
  • the push for “opting out” of standardized testing
  • the path forward for education freedom

We will also have brief updates on the municipalities where we are engaged, such as Newark and Wilmington.

Here are the details for our meeting next Wednesday:

New Castle County – Wednesday, April 22, from 7-9 p.m.

Bear Library
101 Governors Plaza
Bear, DE 19701
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

In Liberty,
Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Please join us next Wednesday at the Bear Library in Bear, DE. Get involved in fighting for change in your town and school district.

We got another victory. Now do you really want liberty?

Campaign for Liberty

As you may have already heard by now, our trained activists sealed the deal this past week on our successful defeat of House Bill 88 – the outrageous, unconstitutional, search, seize, and detain legislation that Attorney General Beau Biden tried to skate through under the ruse of mental illness.

The anti-gun crowd thought they could use the tactic of “reconsideration” in the first three days of the year to bring the bill back for another vote.

Our activists delivered an almost unprecedented level of pressure by email, phone, fax, and physical presence inside the walls of Legislative Hall. The anti-gun crowd couldn’t get enough Senators to change their vote.

And then there was victory — again. It came at 4:08p.m., on Wednesday, January 15th, when the deadline passed for any further reconsideration trickery.

But the execution of those activities didn’t happen overnight. And it wasn’t through the traditional methods the political class tells us “work” in order to get the results we want.

It took a lot of planning and preparation in the months prior to those two days in order to see the end result.

It took new ideas and new tactics the political class doesn’t want us to know about —

— because these new ideas actually do “work.”

Many of you have been attending our monthly meetings across the state, where a great deal of education and planning occurs.

But nothing will prepare us more for our next battles
as a statewide team of citizen activists than your attendance at the Hartly One-Day Political Leadership School that I have personally arranged.

Please click here to make a commitment to the cause of liberty by getting your ticket to the #1 political school you will ever attend.

You have seen what can be accomplished by a few leaders who have already attended this school, and the additional ground support from our group members who have not.

Our goal should be to make sure all of our members go through this training.

Just imagine how much more we could accomplish for liberty.

If everyone receiving this email acquired the knowledge that will be taught on that day, it is my fervent belief that we will be virtually unstoppable.

  • No more ineffective, traditional tactics to sway our legislators.
  • No more inefficient communications with dodgy politicians.
  • No more falling for the endless list of tricks that the political class has up their sleeve to keep us distracted while they erode our liberties year after year, one bill after another.

Please join me in Hartly on February 1st, and learn how to successfully stop the government overreach that so many of us complain about.

Imagine a day when all of that complaining turns into celebrating.

We’ve had a taste of what is possible.

Reserve your spot today.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. If you really want to stop complaining about our out-of-control government and start celebrating more victories like the one our activists achieved this past week, please attend the One-Day Political Leadership School that I have arranged in Hartly, on February 1st.

Click this link to get your ticket for this important event.

And forward this to other like-minded patriots who have simply had enough of the constant attacks to take away our liberty through unconstitutional legislation in our State of Delaware.

Summer Recruitment Results and a Call to Action

Campaign for Liberty

I have great news, but I need to ask you a question first.

Are you concerned about how our state and federal governments are working hand-in-hand to obliterate our right to privacy?

Governor Jack Markell and Delaware State Legislators have been skating by, year after year, passing legislation to continue a nasty downward spiral that can only end badly.

If you are as concerned as I am about any of the following grievances, we need your help to reach more like-minded citizens:

  • Eroding education standards –- most recently with Common Core, and the new, robust database for collecting the most personal and private information on all of us through our children.
  • Draconian gun control measures — using isolated national tragedies to advance a radical profiling agenda through firearm registration schemes and phony mental health background checks.
  • Increased camera surveillance –- awarding more contracts to foreign billionaires that are falsely ticketing drivers, causing more accidents, and pushing us further down the road of a police state.
  • All-out health care control –- giving all personal medical records to busybody bureaucrats, and handing over the keys for your life and death decisions to complete strangers who can deny anything without shedding a tear.
So, here’s the good news: We’re getting closer to stopping all of it through our dedicated, professional activism in the Campaign for Liberty.I want to THANK all of the volunteers who have helped with our recruitment efforts this summer.

Without the help of grassroots supporters like you, the results I’m about to share with you would not have been possible.

Between our door knocking teams and three event booths this summer, we added nearly 250 new supporters in the last 2 months
.

That’s more than 100 per month — a figure that any grassroots organization would be proud of.

In fact, up here in New Castle County, our West New Castle Team is averaging 10 to 20 new supporters every time they go out!

As you know, the more supporters we have, the more achievable victory becomes.

Many of you may have heard that Meredith and I welcomed our new son into the world on August 25th. With that addition into our lives, it was just a little too difficult for me to keep the same pace these last few weeks.

However, with that wonderful event now 3 weeks behind us, and only 2 months left on our walk team calendar, we’re ready to DOUBLE DOWN and hit the streets again. Are you?

Our goal is to bring in another 400 new contacts between now and November 16th. We are going to concentrate on 8 Saturdays, starting on September 28th.

With 5 walk teams over 8 Saturdays, this goal is very attainable. It means an average of just 10 contacts per team each week.

A major part of hitting that goal will be to get a big start on Saturday, September 28, and Saturday, October 5!

Could you help us with either — or better yet — BOTH of those days?

Please reply to this email, and fill in your name and phone number next to the time period(s) you are available to walk on the days below.

Saturday, September 28, 2013
10a.m. – Noon
1p.m. – 3p.m.
3p.m. – 5p.m.

Saturday  October 5, 2013
10a.m. – Noon
1p.m. – 3p.m.
3p.m. – 5p.m.

Thank you for your commitment and dedication to the cause of liberty.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. We’re committed to reversing the many ways that government is shredding your privacy rights. Help us in our ongoing Campaign for Liberty! Reply to this email with your name, phone number, and any Saturday shift listed above that you can volunteer to join a Walk Team in your local area!