Campaign for Liberty has announced that this Tuesday, April 28, all the electronically signed petitions supporting Ron Paul’s bill to audit the Federal Reserve, H.R. 1207, will be submitted to congressional represenatatives from around the country. The bill is up to 88 cosponsors in the House, according to the email which went out to Virginia members of C4L, and the Campaign is actively working on keeping that number growing.
Part of that involves a mass delivery of signed petitions to local congressional offices. In Virginia, for example, only one congressman has cosponsored the bill to date. Petitions personalized by Virginian congressional districts are available to collect as many signatures as possible and deliver them to congressional offices by the end of the business day on Tuesday:
However, Virginia is most definitely not the only state which needs petitions signed and delivered! Go here to check if your congressman has cosponsored the bill yet, and if not, print out the more general petition and start collecting signatures for Tuesday.Published in