Dr Karladine Graves, president of MCC says, "This day is an opportunity to learn how conservatives can make a change. It is time to make a change now, not just in 2012.
Jefferson City, MO (PRWEB) July 16, 2011
It is time to take action on Obamacare and learn about the Healthcare Freedom Act personally from Senator Jane Cunningham who will be speaking at a Legislative Workshop Day sponsored by Missouri Conservative Coalition.
Along with Senator Cunningham are guest speakers, Janet Englebach, legislative Director of Missouri Eagle Forum, Mindy Patterson, Campaign Manager for Prop "B", Jeanne Burlsworth chairman of Secure Missouri, Secure Arkansas, Secure Oklahoma and Bill Randles partner of Randles Public Policy Consulting Agency.
On Saturday July 23rd at the Rotunda, 201 West Capitol Avenue, Jefferson City, this special Legislative Workshop sponsored by Missouri Conservative Coalition will be held to teach conservatives and Tea Party groups how to be actively engaged in seeing changes in Missouri State politics. This day is crucial to learn how to be easily be involved in MO legislation. Registration starts at 10:00am with sessions until 4:00pm
Dr Graves says, "Now is the time to impress on Conservative activists that WE CAN get the job done - lets stand up, step out, and rise to the occasion, working TOGETHER, in positive collaboration with conservative legislators".
Bill Randles a Harvard Law graduate will be speaking on why conservatives MUST get involved now and not WAIT until'12. Speaking on ground troops needing to be in place and ready to go for the '12 legislative session and HOW people can go about becoming involved. Randles call to action is a wake up for conservatives who are concerned about Missouri and our nation. This is not the time to be waiting to see what happens but to make changes now.
Mindy Patterson is sharing about how to work with grassroots organizations across the state, getting communication and PR out, planning advertising, etc., Patterson has fought against Prop B which was brought into Missouri by a group of "animal activities". Bottom line: More government regulations/less freedoms. Patterson is championing how ONE person can make a huge difference and asking the question "Are you that One"? Patterson fought against Prop B in the legislative this last session, managing to get the legislators to repeal what had been passed as an over regulation for our state farmers.
Janet Engelbach has 15 years of legislative experience working directly with Missouri legislation, promoting the conservative cause, and sharing on HOW to get the conservative voice heard and getting conservative causes passed through legislation. Engelbach will teach attendees how to work with legislators and get them to sponsor conservative legislation that protects Missourians freedom.
Missouri Conservative Coalition are inviting all Conservative groups, Tea Party and 9/12 groups in Missouri to attend and join together in strength to make changes happen in legislation.
Attendance is free with plenty of parking. Boxed lunches will be available and can be ordered at registration.
Missouri Conservative Coalition is working to restore sanity and sanctity to government and to make Missouri the safest place to live, raise a family and to start a business or relocate an industry. MCC wants Missouri to be a shining example of the American Dream.
For more information about this event, or to schedule an interview with Dr Karladine E Graves, President of MCC - please call Brenda Web to arrange appointment 314-246-0194