YAL Invades North Carolina

Jared Fuller
Jul 6, 2010 at 2:53 PM

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Today, YAL announces our first major campaign project of Summer 2010:  North Carolina Campaign Bootcamp.

YAL invites you to join 40 youth activists in Durham, NC, from July 15 to 19 for a full weekend of civics education.  You will receive expert political training and hands-on campaign experience working for the campaign of your choice.

Inspired by the success of YAL's Spring Break in Kentucky, this unique summer opportunity could be your big break to work for the r3VOLution!  In fact, jobs and internships will be offered on the spot to top training graduates.

For four nights, attendees will stay at the Comfort Inn-University in Durham, NC.  Thanks to our generous donors, for only $30, all YAL members who attend this campaign event will receive food, lodging, and materials.

Thursday night and all day Friday, attendees will study the techniques to build effective coalitions, manage volunteers, and turn out the vote on Election Day to send Washington a message in 2010.

For the remainder of this bootcamp, graduates will utilize their classroom training in the field, as they volunteer for the local candidates of their choice.

All YAL members are invited to apply, and admission is only $30.  All lodging, meals, training, materials, and transportation within North Carolina is provided by YAL's generous donors.  However, accepted applicants must arrive in North Carolina no later than 4:00 pm on Thursday, July 15.  For this reason, it is imperative that you apply to the training and arrange your travel plans immediately.

It is your turn to lead the fight for freedom in our country. Join YAL in North Carolina to gain real world experience, learn the best strategies, and advance the cause of liberty!

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Student sponsorships will help mobilize 40 dedicated youth activists to participate in YAL's North Carolina Campaign Bootcamp.  It is only through the support of generous donors that YAL can offer this vital training at such a low cost to students from across the country.

Each sponsorship is $150 and provides lodging, meals, training, and materials for a single student.  This is an opportunity to advance constitutional government and train young leaders.

There are fewer than two weeks until North Carolina! Please participate in this vital project and sponsor one or more student's training.

Our future is at stake.  Join YAL in North Carolina for Campaign Bootcamp or sponsor a student to attend -- and join the fight for freedom in America.

See you in the Tarheel State!

For liberty,
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Jared Fuller
YAL Southeastern Regional Coordinator

P.S.  Contact me with any questions at jared.fuller@YALiberty.org or (336) 671-0351.

Wow man, I'm looking over the election and there are no good canidates. Both Burr and Marshall are absolutely horrible. Guess Beitler is all right but he is polling at 6-10%. 

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There is much more to winning the r3volution than U.S. Senate races! 

There are Congressional, State House, and State Senate candidates that can have every bit as large an impact. 

Attendees have a lot of candidates to choose from all across the region.

YAL takes no stance on any candidate for any public office. If you would like a review of some candidates, the RLC has links to candidates in North Carolina who believe in life, liberty, and property.  http://www.rlc.org/about/chapters/nc/2010-nc/

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Heh, yeah. Sorry, didn't mean to sound so discouraging there. I see at least one potential congressman I wouldn't mind making the candidate of my choice. 

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BJ Lawson.  4th District.

Jeremy Hodes's picture

life, liberty, property. slave morality.

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This sounds awesome, wish it had been publicized sooner! Please come back and do it again!

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BJ Lawson and Glen Bradley could use help!

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Do you guys have a schedule, so I could figure out the times? Whether or not I can go depends on what time we need to report for duty...

Devon Minnema's picture

It starts 4pm on Thursday, July 15, and everyone leaves Monday morning, July 19.

Jeff Frazee's picture

And I still think you guys need to do this over here in the Cali Bay Area so Gary Clift and John Dennis can get some help

Devon Minnema's picture

This is going to be incredible! Thanks YAL for putting this together!!!

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