|January 10, 2009|
UPDATE #7: CONTINENTAL CONGRESS 2009
Bob Schulz reported exceptional, energized meetings in both Phoenix, Arizona and El Paso, Texas on the past two evenings. The enthusiastic crowds intrepidly embraced the concept of renewing the Founder's Continental Congress as a means to breathe new life into our withering Republic.
Bob Schulz wants again to offer his sincerest personal thanks to those who have supported and participated in the CC 2009 initiative thus far. He reports that the Congress project has clearly begun to "take wing," and is succeeding - as was hoped for - in transcending both organizational and single-issue boundaries as we move toward securing our common cause of Liberty.
This weekend, Bob speaks in San Bernardino and San Francisco, California. Details can be found on the CC 2009 meeting schedule web page.
The WTP on-line system to nominate potential Delegates to the Continental Congress 2009 is scheduled to be unveiled this coming week.
Nominations may be entered through the secure on-line entry system and nominees will be displayed on each state's WTP Congress state web page following preliminary screening and approval by WTP. See the MA state page to see the nominee display design concept.
Individuals planning to be nominated should begin to assemble a short description of their professional and educational backgrounds as well as a short personal public statement conveying their qualification and arguing their desire and ability to best serve as a People's Delegate. Nominees will also be able to include active html links to materials on other websites in their text responses.
It is strongly suggested that nominee statements be prepared and thoroughly reviewed off-line using your word processing software prior to entry into the nomination system where much of the information will be publicly displayed. Please take care to use proper grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and to spell-check all submissions.
Nominees will be requested to upload a relatively small sized "head and shoulders" graphic image (.jpg format) that will be displayed along with the nominee's details.