Meet me in D.C.!

By carolyn moffa

This week, the interns from Campaign for Liberty drove to Maryland for Ron Paul’s speech at Loyola University and met with everyone from Young Americans for Liberty! Dr. Paul’s speech, “The Case Against The Fed” was so well attended that even an overflow room of supporters was packed. While we were there, YAL and C4L worked together in recruiting volunteers for CPAC.

If you don’t know already, the Conservative Political Action Conference will be held in Washington, D.C. from February 18-20th and Campaign for Liberty will be a cosponsor there! Along with the grassroots, we are working to make this event one of our own.

Just a few of the speakers we will have attending are the great Dr. Paul, Judge Napolitano and Tom Woods, not to mention our very own Steve Bierfeldt and Andrew Ward! Campaign for Liberty’s Outreach department has even set up an anti-war panel towards the end of the conference.

 

One of the ways you can help make this year’s CPAC is a success is to sign up as a volunteer! Not only will it be an amazing event, but you will get to meet other activists from all over the country and show the Republican Party what real conservatism is all about.

Tickets are going fast and Campaign for Liberty has great deals on lodging. So if you haven’t purchased your tickets or signed up as a CPAC volunteer yet, make sure you do it today! Just don’t forget use “Carolyn” as the promo code.

What are you waiting for?

Go to C4L Outreach to sign up and click Here for tickets!

View the original article at Campaign for Liberty

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