It's campaign season and that means people around the state will be focused on who they want to represent them in the next few years in Tallahassee and beyond. It's a busy time for activists around the state.
The Liberty First Network does not stop during campaign season either. We are busy writing legislation and educating groups around the state on the legislative process and how to be effective in lobbying your legislators.
The election will be over in just a few weeks and the Florida legislature will begin filing bills in November. It is crucial that our liberty lobbyist be in Tallahassee early in the process to make sure we are getting liberty bills filed to protect our second amendment rights, repealing red light cameras, education reform, reforms in campaign finance and legislation to end crony spending in our ever bloated state budget.
The next session looks very promising to pass pro-liberty legislation with Incoming Speaker Richard Corcoran committed to passing these reforms in the House. In the past the Florida Senate has stonewalled good legislation like repealing red light cameras and bills to protect our second amendment rights. But, we will have new leadership and a new group of pro-liberty Senators being sworn into office in a few weeks.
This is why it is vital that we are in Tallahassee, the new legislators will face tremendous pressure from the army of special interest lobbyist who do not want to see these reforms pass and will need our help to stand firm for liberty. With your financial help, we will be in Tallahassee to form the line of liberty.
Our goal is to raise $25,000 to be prepared for the fights coming our way after the election is over in just a few short weeks.
We need your help to ensure that we can meet our goal and be in Tallahassee full time starting in November to continue to advocate for the people as your liberty lobbyists.
Can you help with a donation of $25, $50, $100 or more to get us to our goal?
Liberty needs a voice and we need you to help us continue to bring that voice to Tallahassee.