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How Convention Of States was put into the Constitution



The Convention Of States Article V Application In 2 Min

 


 

Last Battle Cry of the Summer, Watch Now

 

 


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

Where will you be when history is made?
 
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Find out what you can do to become part of California Convention of States movement.
 

 

FREE WEBINAR: Introduction to Convention of States


Let's get back to the basics. This introductory webinar was designed with newcomers in mind. We'll cover questions like...

  • Why do we need a Convention of States?
  • What's Article V?
  • How does a Convention of States work?
  • What can I do to help? 
This call is open to the public, so feel free to invite friends!

Every Tuesday - 7:00 - 7:30 pm EST: Introduction to Convention of States Project.  RSVP here. 
 
Yes, I want to learn more!

 

 

   

 

California Action Prompt

California Action Prompt

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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    Kimberly Hogan

    State Director

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    William Wiltschko

    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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    Gregory Klotz

    District Captain

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    Julie Aguiar

    State Information Analyst

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    Colette Mounts

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    Jason Sturgeon

    State Information Analyst

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    Jimmy King

    Regional Captain

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    Dawn Willson

    Digital Marketing Coordinator

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    Ben Hoover

    State Information Analyst

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    Ernest Smallis

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    John Hughes

    Regional Captain

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    R. Alyn Nielsen

    Legislative Liaison

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    Betsy Sanz

    Media Liaison

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    Stephen House

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    Jennifer Grant

    Legislative Liaison

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    Chuck Valvo

    Media Liaison

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    Andrew Cavins

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    Michele Rachal

    Grassroots Coordinator

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    Paul Graham

    District Captain

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    Steve Yanke

    Grassroots Coordinator

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    Thomas Noble

    State Videographer

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    Donald Davis

    Legislative Liaison

California Blog

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Waiting For Federal Approval: Northern California Residents Fear the Coming Winter

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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