Florida Senate Passes Convention of States Application Jordan Sillars April 3, 2014 News Florida took a huge step towards liberty, and we’re excited to bring you the good news. The Florida Senate passed the Convention of States application today by a voice vote (voice votes are used when a measure has overwhelming support). Our team in Florida has done a fantastic job and deserves a huge congratulations. If you live in Florida and would like to be a part of the Convention of States Project, be sure to sign up in the Action Center. Our application is making its way through the Florida House as well. HM 381 will be heard by the Judiciary Committee tomorrow at 9:30am EST. You can contact the committee members by clicking on their names below and sending the following email: Dear Representative [Last Name], Please consider voting for HM 381 to call a Convention of States. I believe this is the last, best chance to preserve liberty in this nation and force Congress to be fiscally responsible. The Founders gave the states Article V for such a time as this—it is our duty to use it. Your vote can bring us one step closer to ensuring the preservation of liberty in this country. Sincerely, [Your Name] Representatives: Dennis K. Baxley, Charlie Stone, Elaine J. Schwartz, Daphne D. Campbell, Dwight Dudley, Heather Dawes Fitzenhagen, Matt Gaetz, Bill Hager, Dave Kerner, Charles McBurney, Kionne L. McGhee, Larry Metz, Jared Evan Moskowitz, Kathleen C. Passidomo, Ray Pilon, Daniel D. “Dan” Raulerson, Kenneth L. “Ken” Roberson, Ross Spano. With your help, Florida could pass the Convention of States application within the next few weeks!