The brochures were also posted online so activists could make phone calls from home, and every state legislator even received one.
They knew we were serious.
The majority of us stayed until the end – at 3:30 a.m. the next day.
And of the 20 bills that were on our handout, only 3 passed that night.
The voting records of those three bills will become forever enshrined in our growing Hall of Shame.
But all of the major bills we rallied against this year were left to die on the cutting room floor:
- All remaining gun bills
- The Gag Act
- Single-payer, state-run health care
- And many more…
But next year will not be an election year, so they will need to experience an even stronger and organized effort from us.
We’ll need an army.
Our Local Coordinator program is the heart and soul of our movement’s future, identifying patriots in every neighborhood across the state to own a piece of our mobilization efforts.
This creates a grassroots army of messengers for liberty, and we have not yet tapped into this powerful program.
It doesn’t even require much time or effort. We just need a lot of people to be a part of it.
It’s time for liberty.
Please join us at one of the county meetings this month as we cover the events of June 30th, as well as our next big step to reversing government overreach in our state.
Kent County – Wednesday, July 16, from 7-9 p.m.
Levy Court Administration Complex (Room 221)
555 South Bay Road
Dover, DE 19901
Sussex County – Friday, July 18, from 7-9 p.m.
Abundant Life Church
20488 Donovans Road
Georgetown, DE 19947
New Castle County – Monday, July 21, from 7-9 p.m.
101 Governors Plaza
Bear, DE 19701
There is no question that we are having an effect on the direction of our state.
Now we have the opportunity to build and properly prepare to confront the system with an even stronger organization to match next year’s challenge.
We will also be fielding volunteers for our booth at the Middletown Peach Festival on August 16th.
Please attend at one of the dates and times listed above.
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty
P.S. Out of 20 bills we were publicly engaged against on the last day of Delaware’s legislative session, only 3 were passed.
Those votes will be carefully enshrined in our Delaware Hall of Shame.
But now it’s time to build on our success. Please attend one of the county meetings listed above this month, and play your part in this growing movement for liberty.