We just wanted to give you a quick update on what’s happening in South Carolina.

If you haven’t heard, the South Carolina House Judiciary Committee heard testimony for the Convention of States application (H 4372) on April 3. They did not vote on our application during that meeting, but they will once the SC House returns from Easter break next week.

This means you still have a chance to have your voice heard on this important issue!

Simply click on the names below to send the committee members a message. You can write your own or use the sample below:

Dear Representative,

Please consider voting for H 4372 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.


[Your Name]

South Carolina House Judiciary Committee Members:

F. Gregory “Greg” Delleney, Jr. (Chairman), James E. Smith, Jr.(1st V.C.), Rick Quinn (2nd V.C.), Bruce W. Bannister, Don C. Bowen, Alan D. Clemmons, J. Derham Cole, Jr., Laurie Slade Funderburk, Daniel P. “Dan” Hamilton, Jenny Anderson Horne, Ralph Shealy Kennedy, Jr., Peter M. McCoy, Jr., Walton J. McLeod, III, Elizabeth R. Munnerlyn, Christopher J. “Chris” Murphy, Wendy K. Nanney, Wm. Weston J. Newton, Thomas E. “Tommy” Pope, J. Todd Rutherford, Ronnie A. Sabb, Bakari T. Sellers, Edward R. “Eddie” Tallon, Sr., Anne J. Thayer, J. David Weeks, J. Seth Whipper.

Thanks to your continued support. We look forward to giving you the good news after Easter.

About The Author


Robert was born and raised in southern Orange County, California. He graduated from Patrick Henry College in 2010 and returned to California to pursue the study of law at Pepperdine University. While at both Patrick Henry and Pepperdine, Robert competed extensively in moot court and debate and won numerous awards for his sharp advocacy. During his time in law school, Robert worked as a Blackstone Fellow for the Alliance Defending Freedom and as a judicial extern on the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Robert graduated from Pepperdinemagna cum laude and recently passed the California bar.