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    Mar052012

    Call to Action - March 5, 2012

    Call to Action is a regular weekly To-Do List  that enumerates critical things that you need to do right now to preserve our constitutional rights, protect freedom, and ensure your personal safety.

    Reader feedback is welcomed. If you have taken any of these steps, please use the comments function to report on the results. If you are aware of a critical issue that should be included on this list, we would like to hear from you.

    This week:

    • Super Tuesday
    • Are You Registered?

    1. Are You Registered?

    The General Election is Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Are you registered?

    Actions Required:

    • Verify your voter registration status.
    • Determine your voting location. It may have been changed by redistricting.

    2. Super Tuesday 2012

    The Super Tuesday primary election is on March 6, 2012. The this is the day on which the greatest number of delegates is selected. This year 410 delegates will be selected comprising 17.9% of the total from nine states: Georgia (76), Idaho (32), Massachusetts (41), North Dakota (28), Ohio (66), Oklahoma (43), Tennessee (58), Vermont (17), and Virginia (49).  ThePrimeDirective.net endorses Ron Paul for president.

    Actions Required:

    • If you live in a Super Tuesday state, vote (for Ron Paul, of course).
    • Encourage all of your friends to vote.

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