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Her team needed her, so one state director made a HUGE sacrifice to secure a Convention of States victory

We often say that Convention of States volunteers are the best in the nation. If this doesn't prove it, we're not sure what does.

Diane Gomez is the State Director for the Convention of States team in Indiana, which recently became the 6th state to officially pass the Convention of States resolution.

She was profiled this week in an online publication called Current in Carmel, which did a nice job outlining the Indiana team's success in the last few weeks.

But buried at the bottom of the article--literally, the last line--was this piece of information:

"Gomez left her full-time job as an office manager to be a full-time volunteer state director for the organization."


The men and women who volunteer for the Convention of States Project are absolutely the best in the nation. Patriots like Diane are the backbone of the Article V movement, and we could never have gotten as far as we have without them.

To Diane and the rest of our volunteers: Thank you. You're making history, one state at a time, and it's an honor to work alongside you.

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