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"I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something.
And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do."
Edward Everett Hale
- Email a link to this site to as many people as possible, or in the alternative, fax a copy of the home page to others. You might start an endless chain of truth - telling.
- Join a local Republican Club. Support their efforts financially. Consider making a donation over and above the membership fee. Volunteer to head a committee or work on a committee.
- Invite your friends, relatives, and neighbors to Republican sponsored events, especially those where they can meet Republican candidates in person. Meeting a candidate in person and establishing a personal relationship will result in many people crossing party lines to vote for our Republican candidates. This can make the difference in a close election and can start someone on the path to changing his or her thoughts about the Republican Party.
- During the election season, volunteer to place a lawn sign on your property and help us with our efforts to maximize the Republican vote.
- Volunteer to meet new citizens after each scheduled citizen ceremony, provide them with information about the GOP, and register them to vote as a Republican.
- If you own or control a website, place a link on it to the home page of our website. Every link to our site helps our site rank higher when people using the internet are searching for a political club or organization.
- On election day, volunteer to help registered Republicans get to their polling location if they need transportation.
- Vote with your dollars. Do not spend your dollars on organizations or businesses such as AARP that use those dollars to support the left. Instead, use your dollars to support organizations and businesses that support conservative, Republican values. This can have a major impact if we work together.
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- If you are a member of an internet forum or discussion group, please spread the word about this website.
- Offer our Glossary of Political Terms to every teacher, parent, and student that you meet.
- Be certain to vote. See: A History of Close Elections and Why Republicans Must Vote
- Email Pro Gun Sayings to as many people as possible.
- Email Gun Control Quotations to as many people as possible.
- If you are active in a Church or Synagogue, refer other members to God and American History. Suggest they forward the information to others.
- If you are a school teacher, use the facts found on God and American History as part of your class material. Liberals cannot defend against verifiable facts.
- Attend meetings of your local school board, neighborhood council or association, and city council. Become informed and become a voice of reason.
- Get involved by reading your child’s textbooks. Let the school board know if something is inappropriate or factually incorrect. Be prepared to organize a parent’s group if it becomes necessary to take some form of action. Publicize any highly inappropriate findings.
How to Register to Vote in Every State
Registering to vote is easy and can be done online in most states. The website vote.gov provides simple instructions for all 50 states. If you are not registered as a Republican, please do so now. If you are not certain whether you are registered to vote, the website canivote.org will provide you with the answer.
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."
"I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something, and I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do."
Edward Everett Hale
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