Political activist training scheduled
Tuesday, 14 February 2012 by Keith Bahlmann
Despite no firm date for the Texas primary, the election cycle is underway with anticipation of a politically-charged 2012. To educate citizens about the process, an activist training session and a candidate training session are scheduled 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Belton La Quinta, I-35 at West Loop 121 (exit 292). Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. The event, sponsored by American Majority and Americans for Prosperity-
Texas, will equip residents of Bell and surrounding counties with the tools necessary to win elections and promote limited government and free market principles.
"Helping new and experienced activists become more engaged in the public policy process is the morning session's goal," Lou Ann Anderson, Americans for Prosperity - Texas policy advisor, said. "The afternoon session will aid citizens interested in running for office. Anyone considering a run for public office can learn more about the political process be it for city or school board, county or state level races."
Registration for the activist session is $25 for the morning. The morning and afternoon (activist and candidate) sessions are $50. This includes training materials and a box lunch. Seating is limited so pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Click here for registration information and a schedule of events.
American Majority is the leading developer of the nation's new 21st century grassroots political infrastructure. The organization uses its cutting edge training curriculum to empower individuals and organizations with the most effective tools to promote liberty through limited government. American Majority trains thousands of activists and candidates each year in communities across the country to be catalysts for authentic change in government. As of the end of 2011, American Majority has conducted 551 trainings in 44 different states, training more than 19,000 candidates and activists.