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Montgomery, AL - Alabama Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) is engaging in pork politics. Is Alabama CSE endorsing big government spending? Not at all.
Nearly 300 people recently attended a barbecue in Madison County, the third in a series being organized around the state by Alabama CSE. Pork barbeque get-togethers are a time-honored part of Alabama’s social fabric. Alabama CSE has been speaking the common language of barbeque and free-market policies confirming the axiom "all politics is local."
Alabama CSE has organized a series of 13 barbecues in key areas around the state to educate Alabamians on the importance of free-market issues. The barbecues are the foundation of Alabama CSE’s education efforts to ensure upcoming elections are about less government, lower taxes, and more freedom. The barbecues serve as an innovative recruiting tool for Alabama CSE which relies on the strength of its grassroots membership to effect policy change. Most who attended the barbeques share a desire for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom and came away from the events with the belief that, through Alabama CSE, they can make a real difference in working toward those goals.
The summer barbeques in Alabama are representative of CSE’s efforts throughout the nation to grow its grassroots at the local level in ways that are relevant to the lives of the people who live there. In Alabama, we’re showing the importance of organizing early and educating citizens so that come election day, Alabama CSE and its activists can be heard.