New Hampshire Action Prompt
New Hampshire Action Prompt
2. Recruit petition signers within your House (lower) District using either your recruiter link, hard copy petitions, or text PETITION to 5407798981. Please make sure that the signers provide their full physical address so that they are assigned to the correct House (lower) District and their email address in order to receive updates from national and your state director.
Click to Download Hard Copy Petition (PRINT ONLY THE FIRST PAGE AND CHANGE YOUR SETTINGS TO PRINT B&W)
Responsibilities of a District Captain
1. Grow our grassroots army in your district with petitions! Our COS petition accomplishes two very important goals for us.
A. Adds new supporters to our email database in order to stay informed nationally and state-wide.
B. Informs the legislators in their district that they want them to support our COS Article V legislation.
2. Collect petitions in your House District by using either your online recruiting link, hard-copy petitions, or Text PETITION to 5407798981 in order to grow the grassroots of supporters/volunteers in your district.
3. Recruit volunteers to opt-in to our Text Alert System in your district who are willing to make calls and send emails to their legislators when important votes/meetings are taking place.
4. Confirm the support/opposition of their State Representative & Senator and report their responses back to your State Leaders.
5. Organize with others to hold a regular COS meeting in your district or region, preferably every two weeks. A monthly newsletter will be provided to you to be used as an agenda to educate meeting attendees about Article V/Convention of States and will include a Work Session to engage volunteers, ie. write Letters to Editor, write postcards, etc. Link to download newsletters to use for small meetings.
6. Attend regular conference calls with your State Team Leaders for updates and to report on your progress.
Please send any questions to DCrecruits@cosaction.com.
Start A COS Small Group In Your District Today Using Our Action Newsletter!
We have made it easy for volunteers to start small groups in their districts with the COS Action Newsletter! You can stop hitting your head against the wall trying to decide what to talk about at your next Convention of States small group meeting. Each newsletter will provide you with enough material to hold at least two small group meetings.
We recommend holding semimonthly meetings in order to build momentum and keep volunteers active and engaged. If someone misses a monthly meeting it is two whole months before they meet again and they may lose interest. Scheduling it on the same evening makes it easier to remember such at the 1st and 2nd Monday of the month.
The newsletter is interactive and all you have to do is type, click or scan the shortened web address or QR codes to pull up an article, video, or podcast. Watch the video above to see how simple it is to use this newsletter as your agenda for your next small meeting.
Each newsletter will also contain a "Work Session" with suggestions to engage your volunteers to get involved in their district to help grow our grassroots and legislator support. The newsletter is formatted for 8.5 x 11 size paper and be printed in full color on 11 x 17 to make a folded newsletter or on letter-size paper, double-sided in b&w to be handouts. Each section will definitely allow further discussion within your group.
We thank you again for your desire to serve the cause of liberty!
New Hampshire Action
New Hampshire Action
Your voice is important. Make it heard by sharing Convention of States with your friends and contacts. Don't miss the chance to tell future generations that you stood strong for liberty!
New Hampshire Team
Rep. Eric R. Eastman
State Information Analyst
New Hampshire Blog
Please come and listen to NH Representative (Rockingham Dist. 33) Scott Wallace and Regional Director Ken Quinn as they present the Convention of States Project at the Merrimack Republican Town Committee on Monday, April 24th at 7:00 PM!
Come and show your support for the Convention of States Project and learn about the power the states have under Article V. Learn the truth about Article V and the tactics of the naysayers that want to silence the voice of the American People. You don't want to miss this meeting!
Monday, April 24th
6 Baboosic Lake Road
URGENT CALL TO ACTION - Please let the committee members know that as a resident of New Hampshire you want them to pass HCR5 so that New Hampshire can join with other states around the country to propose amendments to impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and terms of office for federal officials and members of Congress. The House State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs Committee needs to hear from you now!
Not familiar with Article V or the Convention of States Process? Check out this 3-minute video.
STEP 1. CALL THE COMMITTEE AND LEAVE A MESSAGE: When calling, please leave your name, address, and a reason why you want them to vote in favor of HCR5. To leave a message for the committee members, call 603-271-3600 on Monday-Tuesday between 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM and Wednesday morning by 11:00 AM. Request to have your message delivered to ALL members of the House State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs Committee.
STEP 2. EMAIL THE COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Send an email to all committee members by clicking this link Email Address To Committee Make sure you indicate in the subject line that you want them to support for HCR5. Also, include your name and address so that they know you are from New Hampshire.
If you live in any of the districts below please make sure to call and email your representative and make sure you inform them that you are one of their constituents. To find your representative Look Up Your State Representative: Who's My State Representative?
House State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs Committee Members
|Hudson||NH Hillsborough 37||Rep. Russell Oberemail@example.com||(603) 883-9654|
|Londonderry||NH Rockingham 5||Rep. Alfred Baldasaro||Al.Baldasaro@leg.state.nh.us||(603) 425-6997|
|Londonderry||NH Rockingham 5||Rep. David Lundgren||Qtipnh@aol.com||(603) 432-3499|
|Newport||NH Sullivan 6||Rep. Skip Rollinsfirstname.lastname@example.org||(603) 863-6340|
|Littleton||NH Grafton 1||Rep. Linda Massimilla||Linda.Massimilla@leg.state.nh.us||(603) 444-5270|
|Manchester||NH Hillsborough 15||Rep. Thomas Katsiantonisemail@example.com||(603) 627-9652|
|Manchester||NH Hillsborough 11||Rep. Elizabeth Edwardsfirstname.lastname@example.org||(603) 703-6926|
|Derry||NH Rockingham 6||Rep. Phyllis Katsakioresemail@example.com||(603) 434-9587|
|Hooksett||NH Merrimack 24||Rep. Richard Marple||Dick.Marple@leg.state.nh.us||(603) 627-1837|
|Manchester||NH Hillsborough 12||Rep. Amanda Bouldin||Amanda.Bouldin@leg.state.nh.us||(972) 834-7302|
|Derry||NH Rockingham 6||Rep. Patricia Dowlingfirstname.lastname@example.org||(603) 432-8080|
|Litchfield||NH Hillsborough 20||Rep. Richard Lascellesemail@example.com||(603) 325-5523|
|Amherst||NH Hillsborough 22||Rep. Reed Panasiti||Reed.Panasiti@leg.state.nh.us||(603) 672-4471|
|Rochester||NH Strafford 24||Rep. Brandon Phinney||Brandon.Phinney@leg.state.nh.us||(603) 486-1419|
|Somersworth||NH Strafford 18||Rep. Matthew Spencer||Matthew.Spencer@leg.state.nh.us||(860) 961-5712|
|Nashua||NH Hillsborough 35||Rep. Latha Mangipudi||Latha.Mangipudi@leg.state.nh.us||(603) 891-1239|
|Manchester||NH Hillsborough 19||Rep. Joel Elberfirstname.lastname@example.org||(603) 232-3898|
|Nashua||NH Hillsborough 31||Rep. Amelia Keaneemail@example.com||(603) 320-9890|
|Nashua||NH Hillsborough 30||Rep. Patricia Klee||Patricia.Klee@leg.state.nh.us||(603) 966-0979|
|Henniker||NH Merrimack 6||Rep. David Woolpertfirstname.lastname@example.org||(603) 428-7533|