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The Convention Of States Aticle V Application In 2 Min

 


 

Last Battle Cry of the Summer, Watch Now

 


Attention COS Supporters!

You are invited to a Meet & Greet, Capitol Tour event being held on Tuesday August 15th, 2017 starting at 9:00 a.m. on the Southern steps of the California State Capitol, located at 1315 10th St. Sacramento, CA 95814

Agenda:

1. Meet on the steps on the South side of the capitol at 9:00 a.m.
2. Welcome message and introductions.
3. Introduction of the State Director, Kimberly Hogan.
4. Kimberly Hogan will provide a Convention Of States update.
5. Introduction of COS state leaders present.
5. Recognition of all Veterans that are present and thank them for their service.
6. Guest speaker, COS Volunteer and Veteran B25 Pilot, Loren Piper. He will speak about his experience as a 10 year old child living close to the location where Jimmy Doolittle & his Raiders trained for their Mission to Tokyo.
7. What’s ahead for Convention Of States California.

For those who have R.S.V.P.’d the capitol tour begins at 10:00 a.m.

The presentation at 9:00 am is open for anyone who wants to attend.

If you are interested in participating in the Capitol tour, please R.S.V.P. to Kimberly Hogan at kimberly.hogan@cosaction.com or 530-870-0084

The tour is limited to 20 people.

   

Texas and Missouri become the 11th and 12th states to call for a Convention of States! It's not too late to get involved. 

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California Action Prompt

California Action Prompt

OPERATION STEADY FLOW

The purpose of Operation Steady Flow is to ensure that every state legislator receive a constant stream of contacts from his/her own constituents and to participate in regular, personal meetings with COS supporters about the importance of COS.

 

Ideally, each COS supporter will engage his/her two state legislators to provide background material about Article V or COS via in-person contact at town halls or other venue; text; phone call;  or email to the legislator’s home, business or district email address; and to request a follow-up meeting with the legislator to further discuss COS.

California Action

California Action

We are gearing up for our next legislative session where we intend to take our resolution to call for a Convention of States to the House and Senate of this great state of California.  We will do this through grassroots efforts and from sponsoring legislators committed to liberty for our state and nation.

Recruitment for the grassroots begins with YOU.  If you are willing to donate your time and talent simply contact anyone on our state team.  Whether you can give a lot or little, you will be guided and equipped to do the work of the great grassroots!

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California Team

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    Deborah Reed

    Regional Captain

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    Guy Reynolds

    District Captain

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    Mark Widdows

    State Director

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    Kimberly Hogan

    State Director

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    @bwiltschko

    State Information Analyst

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    Roy Kendall

    Regional Captain

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    Erly Alvarez

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    James Wieck

    District Captain

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    Brian Lantz

    State Videographer

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    Ron Cuff

    Coalitions Director

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    Todd Bailey

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    Colette Mounts

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    Julie Aguiar

    State Information Analyst

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    Gregory Klotz

    District Captain

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    Jason Sturgeon

    State Information Analyst

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    Denise Farnsworth

    Legislative Liaison

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    Dawn Willson

    Digital Marketing Coordinator

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    Ben Hoover

    State Information Analyst

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    R. Alyn Nielsen

    Legislative Liaison

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    John Hughes

    Regional Captain

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    Betsy Sanz

    Media Liaison

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    Stephen House

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    Debra Stevenson

    Grassroots Coordinator

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    Jennifer Grant

    Legislative Liaison

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    Andrew Cavins

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    Chuck Valvo

    Media Liaison

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    Paul Graham

    District Captain

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    Steve Yanke

    Grassroots Coordinator

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    Michele Rachal

    Grassroots Coordinator

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    Paul Dugas

    Veterans Coalitions Director

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On February 13, 2017, residents of three counties along the Feather River, south of the Oroville Dam, were issued evacuation orders for fear the Oroville Spillway would fail.

Over 200,000 residents living along the river in Butte, Yuba, and Sutter Counties began the process of packing their most valuable possessions, children, and pets to begin their bumper-to-bumper migration out of the area.

There was no warning, just a broadcast announcement over local TV stations and an emergency text alert. Residents waited up to six hours from the time the orders were issued until all were safely out of the area.

I can attest to that, as I was part of the evacuation. It took my daughter and I three hours in bumper to bumper traffic, just to make it one mile in the small Sutter County town of Sutter.

But even after the all clear was given, the evacuation orders lifted, and residents were finally back at their homes, the danger still lurks.

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With the approaching celebration of our Great Nation’s beginnings on July 4th, I can’t help but feel a little more patriotic. The Red, White and Blue are on full display everywhere you go. Firework stands in every major parking lot, glitter covered patriotic bows line the home decor sections of stores, and  miniature American flags can be purchased at most convenience stores. America, Land of the Free, and Home of the Brave…. With Liberty for All.

But this year, I’m feeling a little more patriotic for an entirely different reason. One that resonates more closely with our founders, and what they risked their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor for.  Do you know what that reason is? I think Thomas Jefferson says it best.

“The issue  is the same now as it has been throughout all history …”

 

 

 

 

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