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Arizona Action Prompt

Arizona Action Prompt


PHOENIX, AZ, Mar 13, 2017 — Arizona’s 52nd General Assembly made history as the House Continuing Resolution 2010 with the final vote 16-14 in favor, calling for a Convention of States to propose amendments under Article V of the United States Constitution. HCR2010 was sponsored in the House by Majority Whip, Representative Kelly Townsend from Mesa (District 16) and in the Senate by Senate Sponsor, Senator John Kavanaugh from Scottsdale (Senate District 23).

“This is a hard-fought victory for the citizens of Arizona who believe the federal government is too big and too powerful,” said Mark Meckler, President of Citizens for Self-Governance and co-founder of the Convention of States Project. “This legislation passed because of the combined efforts of engaged citizens and steadfast legislators who believe that now is the time for the States to unite to fix the federal monster. The persistence and perseverance of legislators and volunteers to pass HCR2010 is inspiring.”

Senate sponsor, Senator John Kavanaugh said, "Today, Arizona voted to stand with other concerned states and citizens in an effort gifted to us by the founders of our nation to rein in uncontrolled spending in Washington, DC."

Majority Whip Townsend said, “It is time for the citizens of Arizona to regain their rightful power within the political process. We refuse to be moved by fear, but rather be steadfast in protecting our natural and God-given rights. We will never give up until the balance of power is restored and once again citizens are sovereign.”

Convention of States Project, Arizona State Director, Gary Zimmermann said, “Our volunteers and supporters have been tireless in their insistence that Arizona have a seat at the convention table to restore the Constitution and return power back to the people.”

ARIZONA LEADERSHIP UPDATE: The Arizona team now has a new State Director, Jeremy Wilson, to help lead Arizona going forward in its new role as a Passed State. Please see Jeremy's profile below. Jeremy may be contacted by eMail at, on Facebook at, or on Twitter as @antifragileer


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About the Convention of States Project

The Convention of States Project is currently organized in all 50 states, including over a million volunteers, supporters and advocates committed to stopping the federal government’s abuse of power. Alaska, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Indiana, Arizona and North Dakota have passed our Article V resolution since the Project’s founding in 2013. Currently, twenty-eight states are considering the Convention of States resolution. 

More and more statesmen and constitutional experts are stepping up to urge citizens and state legislators to use this constitutional tool before it is too late. Recent endorsements include Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, American economist Thomas Sowell, Senator Marco Rubio and South Carolina Congressman Jeff Duncan. They join the ranks of other well-known political figures such as retired U.S. Senator Tom Coburn (OK), Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Gov. Mike Huckabee, Gov. Sarah Palin, Gov. John Kasich, Gov. Bobby Jindal and Col. Allen West.

For more information visit 

Talking Points: Why We Support Article V


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Not Sure What You Can Do To Help?

As a Volunteer, YOU can make a difference!

Choose from among the following activities*. Pick out the ones that you would enjoy doing...

1. Work a COS booth at civic events, fairs, gun shows, etc.

2. Coordinate a COS booth

3. Make phone calls to Supporters and Volunteers

4. Meet & greet new Supporters

5. Use Social Media apps to communicate with Volunteers

6. Use Social Media apps to recruit / reach out to potential Volunteers

7. Network with other Volunteers

8. Search for a regular COS meeting venue

9. Learn to use NationBuilder Community Organizing System

10. Perform data-input and updates in NationBuilder

11. Send eMail blasts

12. Use the State Legislature web site to track COS and other relevant legislation

13. Research historical COS-related texts and documents

14. Work closely with your State Leadership Team

15. Build a close relationship with your State Legislators

16. Meet occasionally with your State Legislators

17. Attend a State Legislative session during a COS vote

18. Request to speak at a Legislative Committee Hearing

19. Write a Letter to the Editor in support of COS

20. Search for local COS media opportunities

21. Give an interview on radio or TV

22. Make your own COS Video #COSVoices

23. Learn about the principles of Self-Governance

24. Share with others our message of Hope for a free and prosperous future

25. Learn about other people's political points of view

26. Give COS presentations

27. Educate others about COS, at live events or online

28. Debate COS opponents, at live events or online

See something you like? Let's do it! ==> Volunteer Sign-up 

*List created by Pat Andrews, AZ DC Mentor


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#1 - Intro to Convention of States! Every Tuesday night at 7:00 PM ESTRSVP here.

#2 - Call-in for COS Digital Marketing Coordinators - Tuesday nights at 7:00 PM EST - Click here to join. 
United States: +1 (571) 317-3112
Access Code: 117-853-613

#3 - Call-in for National Coalitions Directors - Tuesday nights at 8:00 PM EST - RSVP here.

#4 - Training for District Captains and Volunteers - Tuesday nights at 9:00 PM EST.  Register here.

 Every Tuesday night, Ginny Rapini, our grassroots guru, jumps on a call with Michael Tranchina, our tech genius. They walk our volunteers and District Captains through tangible actions you can take today to further the mission.

#5 - Call-in for National Grassroots Coordinators - Thursday nights at 7:00 PM EST / Every other week at 10:00 PM EST - RSVP here.

#6 - Call-in for National Legislative Liaisons - Thursday nights at 8:00 PM EST - RSVP here.

#7 - State Director Call - Thursdays at 9:00 PM EST.

 Is there anything better than brainstorming with your peers? If you're a State Director, we'd like to invite you to join these live calls every Thursday night to share your struggles and victories. We're stronger together. Keep an eye on the State Director slack channel for information on how to join each week, or RSVP HERE!

#8 - How To Use Video On Social Media - Saturday from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST.  Register here.

 Our team is jumping on a conference call on Saturday morning to talk about the power of video on Social Media. So many volunteers have already started using this powerful method... join the call to find out how you can join in the fun!

#9 - Weekly BattleCry with Mark Meckler - Sundays from 8:00 - 8:30 PM EST. Register here.

 Every Sunday, our President hosts a call to update all of our supporters with the latest news from around the country. Join Mark as he gives the lowdown on the coalition of 230 groups organizing to oppose Convention of States.



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Supporters: 2,201,850
Facebook Likes: 1,509,540
Petition Signers: 692,310
Volunteers: 66,365
District Captains: 2,313
Updated: 06-16-2017

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