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What: FreedomWorks will be hosting a conference call to discuss the events and logistics surrounding this year’s 9/12 Taxpayer March on Washington. Organizers of the March will be available to discuss details, announce exclusive updates on the weekend’s agenda, answer questions about the logistics of receiving press credentials for the event, and to provide insight into the motives and ideas behind the thousands who will be marching together from the Washington Monument down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol building.
Matt Kibbe, President, FreedomWorks
Yvonne Donnelly, National Chair, The 912 Project
Ryan Hecker, Contract FROM America
Adam Brandon, VP Communications, FreedomWorks
Rob Jordan, VP Federal and State Campaigns, FreedomWorks
Brendan Steinhauser, Director of Federal and State Campaigns, FreedomWorks
Nan Swift, Campaigns Manager, FreedomWorks
When: The call will be held on Tuesday, September 7, 2010 at 1pm ET.
Where: To get the conference call-in number, please contact Jackie Bodnar at (202) 942-7652.
Why: On September 12, 2009, grassroots activists from coast to coast flooded the streets of Washington D.C., making history in protest of a wasteful and oversized government. This year, FreedomWorks and our fiscally conservative allies will assemble once again on September 12th to renew our commitment to a constitutionally limited government, and to remind Washington in one, strong, united voice that we will “Remember in November.”
Activists are encouraged to bring signs, get fired up, and strategize the ways in which enthusiasm can be turned into real electoral results this November.
“Let me be clear about one thing: We are not seeking a junior partnership with the Republican Party, but rather a hostile takeover of it. Last year we demanded leaders who will defend our freedoms and advocate sustainable economic policy. This year, we assemble to remind them that if they can’t follow through, we will vote in somebody else who will.” - Matt Kibbe, President and CEO of FreedomWorks