Welcome to Louisiana Campaign for Liberty!
Thank you for joining our team of dedicated activists to take our country and state back.
We focus our political activism primarily on local politics. We influence local, state and federal legislation through emails, calls and petitions; but, taking back our local governments is a necessity for true representation. This is how we can Save our Republic.
Local Grassroots Development
- Become a C4L Local Coordinator
Take ownership of the Campaign for Liberty and its place in politics by paying your annual dues. Then, become a local coordinator. This crucial step allows for you to receive grassroots training; which provides an opportunity to understand your local political landscape while teaching you how to win. This is accessible through the dashboard of all local coordinators.
- Attend Meetings
Attend local political parties, school boards, water boards, city/town councils, etc… . Let your Regional Coordinator know when these meeting are so we can help you increase activist participation at these meetings.
- Dress for Success
It never hurts to be the best dressed in the room, but it does to be the worst dressed
- Leave controversial issues that will marginalize you at the door
Do not discuss issues that have little or no relevance to governance or local issues
- Be professional and respectful
What you say or do as a representative of Campaign for Liberty is a reflection of the organization.
- Get the local C4L members to attend with you
Be successful in encouraging C4L members and friends to attend your meeting. Begin by attending yourself and reporting back to C4L with a blog. Blogs are read by a lot of people and your encouraging words will persuade others to do the same. Email and call to remind members about meeting time and place
- Get to know your local issues
Recognize the leaders in the room, and get to know them on a personal level through personal conversation. Recognize local issues that you have in common, like taxes, property rights, civil liberties, water issues, etc…, and develop alliances with members
- Organize political activities around local issues
Be a leader and organize political activities around these common local issues . Walk your local streets with informational flyers, about these local issues, have informational booths at farmer’s markets and community events. Report back your success to the members of your meetings, write a blog and tell C4L about it.
If you are active in a political party work for it, find those issues and candidates that you can agree with and focus your political activities on them. You will earn the respect and trust of the established local party leadership for your organizing. Work harder then anyone.
- Influence your local governance
Be your local political activists for the cause of Liberty. When there are local issues, be known as the group that is willing to hit the streets and make a real difference. When ever there is an issue of importance, let the local establishment know that there will be local grassroots organizing. With a few local victories, you will have successfully influenced your local governance. With influencing local politics, you have established yourself as a local leader, your neighbors and friends will expect you to have information about local issues. You will be expected to lead. You are now a political leader. This is the key
Should you become the precinct walkers and political activists of your local party, you will have real influence on party politics. The local party can only mobilize on issues that are in alignment with you and Liberty.
- A true leader makes more leaders
Encourage others to do the same. Find the other “go getters” and encourage them to organize in their local districts. Compare notes with them, on what works and what doesn’t work. Learn from each others mistakes to build and forge stronger relationships.