FRC Action


April 22, 2013 - Monday

Greetings from FRC Action!

We wanted to share the following information with you from our friends at the Delaware Family Policy Council. If you have previously received this message, please simply disregard this second contact. We did, however, want to make certain that you, your friends, and your neighbors would be aware of this very critical information.

We encourage you to join the Delaware Family Policy Council in making your voice heard today!

Tuesday is a huge day and Representatives who plan to stand with us in supporting marriage are asking for our help. They're asking for you to come back to the floor vote in the House this Tuesday.

If you can't make it; the time to call your legislator is now. Please call and leave a note today. It takes less than five minutes and can make all the difference!

We advise coming to Legislative Hall from 1pm to 5pm or until they actually vote. If you can't stay the whole time, see if you can get someone else to come at 3:30 for a "second shift" just so we have people there for the vote.

My team will be there to greet you, give you a sticker, and spend time with you - and answer any questions you have about the vote or the process. It will be enlightening and the debate will be exciting. Feel free to bring your family and friends. You can also pay one last visit to your legislators before they cast their votes.

Please arrive early if you can. Bring a book or something to occupy you while waiting in the house chamber for the bill to come up. Be prepared to stay until 5 or until they vote. Do me a favor, and [send me an email] to let me know you're coming so I can plan for you. You can also call us at 302-296-8698 with questions.

Thank you for everything you're doing to help. Keep watching for our important updates.

Nicole Theis
President, Delaware Family Policy Council

Thank you for standing with us and the Delaware Family Policy Council to protect and defend Faith, Family, and Freedom!

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