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My name is Kya Hartkopf and I am a FreedomWorks activist and college student at East Carolina. I volunteered to help today at the FreedomWorks booth at the Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) State Convention. It was a great event, with almost 200 YAL members from all over North Carolina. Check out the photo gallery with all our pictures from the event!
A bipartisan group of legislators introduced a bill to protect email privacy today in the House and Senate. FreedomWorks activists sent over 5,000 messages to Congress prior to the bill’s release, urging their representatives to cosponsor this important piece of legislation.
Do you like a true underdog story? Who doesn’t, right? Well, when it comes to being an activist, you will actually understand what Ralph Macchio felt like in the Karate Kid. The odds are stacked against you at every intersection it seems.
Harry Reid was fired – he will no longer be the Senate Majority Leader. Because of you, we were able to flip enough seats to take the Senate. And, we were able to fire at least three Democrats in Arkansas, Colorado, and North Carolina.
On Monday, September 29, about thirty activist from Alamance and Orange counties in North Carolina gathered for an activist training on how to engage on issues important to conservatives. We are excited about being able to use new, effective tools to get limited government legislation passed! A special thanks to FreedomWorks for making this training available to us!
My name is Mary Allison Page and I live in Gibsonville, North Carolina. This year, I will be a rising sophomore at Western Alamance High School. On Wednesday morning, I addressed the North Carolina Mining and Energy Commission to express my support for hydraulic fracturing in North Carolina. I attended the hearing with FreedomWorks activists from all across North Carolina.