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New Year's Resolution: Elect Constitutional Candidates

 

 

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This year, citizens across America are making a resolution to exercise and

lose weight of a different kind. They resolve to exercise their voting rights

to elect Constitutional candidates and lose the weight of bad politicians. In

increasing numbers, they are turning to the Abigail Adams Project for help.

The Abigail Adams Project originated in 2005. The Project educates

citizens through its Voter Guides that focus on the Constitution.

“We ask questions on the Constitution for two reasons,” said Deborah

Ringhaver Lane, President of The Abigail Adams Project. “First, the

candidates’ understanding of the role and responsibilities of their offices,

as they relate to the Constitution, can predict how they will vote on

legislative issues. Second, elected representatives vow to protect the

Constitution. Voters need to know if they understand it well enough to

uphold their oath.”

Ringhaver Lane explained that The Voter Guides are non-partisan and

non-controversial. “They can be distributed everywhere – family, church,

work, and community gatherings. She continued, “They have value for all

voters.”

Volunteers comprise the Abigail Adams Project. They strive to provide

guides in all 3,143 counties/county equivalents across the country. Seven

levels of Candidate Surveys are available to cover every Constitutional

office from the President to school board.

Citizens see the importance of the Constitution in today’s political climate

and the necessity of those candidates who support it.

“I felt the need to make a difference,” said Marsha Frost, The Project Ohio

State Coordinator. “I went to all the Tea Parties but got tired of just holding

a sign. When I was introduced to the Abigail Adams Project, it instantly

met all my needs.”

Jill Burns from Missouri joined The Project because, “I want to be a part of

an effort that teaches about and upholds our Constitution. It helps voters

make informed choices in all elections.”

Can Constitutional candidates make a difference?

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Sheriff Richard Mack sued to protect the rights of the citizens in his

county, after learning of the gun control measures AFT demanded of

all county sheriffs, as a result of the Brady Bill. The Supreme Court

victory is heralded as a major ruling for the 10th Amendment; the federal

government cannot force the states to impose federal regulations on

citizens.

Imagine if the public and its servants understood the role and responsibility

of government, as defined by the original intent of the Constitution and

adhered to it.

Voters looking to bring the Abigail Adams Project to

their local and statewide races can contact the team at

VolunteerSupport@AbigailAdamsProject.com. Those

who want to support the project financially and

organizations and businesses that want to advertise

on the backsides of the Voter Guides should e-

mail Marketing@AbigailAdamsProject.com. The

Abigail Adams Project can also be contacted by

calling 855-VOTER ED or through the website,

www.AbigailAdamsProject.com.

Abigail Adams Project helps America keep its resolution to drop the

political dead weight and trim government fat by exercising their voting

rights.

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