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AMAC Action Weekly Advocacy Update: Reagan

Posted on Friday, January 19, 2024
by AMAC Action

January 2024 By the Numbers (to date) 

  •      Number of AMAC Action Army of Advocates: ~ 361,854
  •      9 Chapter Meetings held
  •      35 Political Inquiries Answered by AMAC Action Staff


Chapter Meeting Activity


Jan   4, 2024 | Virtual | TX-03  

Jan   8, 2024 | In Person | WI-01, 04, and 05 

Jan   9, 2024 | In Person | GA-11 

Jan 10, 2024 | Virtual | OH (All State) 

Jan 16, 2024 | In Person | GA-05 and 06 

Jan 16, 2024 | In Person | KS-04 

Jan 18, 2024 | In Person | AK-AL 

Jan 18, 2024 | Virtual | AZ (All State) 

Jan 18, 2024 | Virtual | VA-08, 10, and 11 



Jan 23, 2024 | In Person | FL-08 

Jan 24, 2024 | In Person | FL-19 

Jan 24, 2024 | Virtual | CA (All State) 

Jan 25, 2024 | Virtual | MN (All State) 

Jan 27, 2024 | In Person | KY-03 

Jan 30, 2024 | In Person | GA-03 

Chapter Meeting Notes 

January 4: KS-04 Delegate Don Henry attended a meeting of the “Harvey County Patriots” in Newton, KS. The group of 20 discussed current events and AMAC Action updates.  

January 9: KS-04 Delegate Topic: Introductory meeting with State Representative Nick Hoheisel, State House Representative Bill Rhiley, State Senator Dan Kerschen, and State Senator Larry Alley. AMAC, AMAC Action, and possible participation in a future All State Kansas meeting were discussed. One of the senators made a follow up phone call requesting more AMAC and AMAC Action materials. 

January 9: AZ-08 Chapter Leader Nikki Colletti  Speaker(s): Staff of AZ Free Enterprise Club, Byron Soepyan of Soepyan/Wrighstone CO Coalition, Linnea Lueken of the Heartland Institute & Kristen Eastlick of Capital Research Center and various elected official including Rep Austin Smith from LD 29, Rep Barbara Parker from LD 10 Topic(s): This was the 3rd annual Legislative Roll Out marking the beginning of the 2024 AZ Legislative session and the coalition focus for this session.  The session focused on the ICE vehicles, the electrical grid and our gas stoves. 

January 10: OH All State Meeting with Chapter Leader Mark Maltbie.  Speaker(s): Matt A Mayer, President of Opportunity Ohio. Topic(s): Discussed Ohio Constitutional amendments on the horizon for 2024. Andy Mangione discussed activity by AMAC Action during 2023, wins, and On Our Radar in 2024. Matt discussed why Ohio is falling behind, why politicians are not reversing the trends, and what needs to be done. 

January 15: AZ-08 Chapter Leader Nikki Colletti and State Advocate Representative for the Upper Mid-West John Whelan.  Topic(s): Even on vacation, our advocates are working hard.  John is in Arizona for a month, so they decided to get together and chat about “happenings” here in AZ & organizationally. Jim Pinkelman, AZ-08 delegate was also in attendance. They discussed the strategy of the upcoming Congressional Candidate forum, Arizona issues, and the beginning of the legislative session. All in all, great info, with ideas and foresight into what’s ahead and a chance for advocates to meet each other in person. 

January 15: IA-03 Delegate Jim De Kruif.  Topic(s): Jim attended the Iowa Presidential Caucus. While in attendance he spoke to Congressman Andrew Clyde of Georgia who was there to speak on behalf of President Trump. He was not familiar with AMAC, so he was given a short introduction of what AMAC Action does. He also spoke with former Governor/China Ambassador Terry Branstad. 

January 16: KS-04 Delegate Barb Schwerman Speaker: John Axtell Topic: Kansas Legal Tender Act and the Importance of Sound Money. The speaker reviewed the history of the Constitution through the present. Chapter members appreciated the presentation. 

January 16: GA-06 Chapter Leader Gary Henderson.  Topic(s):  Chapter meeting held to discuss recent redistricting and activities of the Georgia state Legislature.   

Legislation Under Review 

118-S.3548 – Health Care PRICE Transparency Act 2.0 

118-S.3262 – Fiscal Stability Act of 2023 

118-S.3490 & H.R.6744 – No VA Resources for Illegal Aliens Act 

118-H.R.7024 – Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024 


Latest AMAC Action Support Letter “Win 

118-H.R.6914 – Pregnant Students’ Rights Act 

This pro-life act passed the House on January 18 by a margin of 212 – 207, a great win for expectant mothers attending colleges and universities, a great win for their unborn children, and a great win for the sanctity of life! 



eMail | 1-19-2024 Defend Children and Parental Rights from Radical Transgender Activism (Ohio) 


Latest Coalition Letters AMAC Action has Joined 

AMAC Endorses Coalition Letter On Federal Tax Package 

AMAC Joins Family Business Coalition Letter to Repeal the Death Tax 

AMAC Joins 2024 Fiscal Commission Coalition Letter 


AMAC ActionAcademy 

From The Leadership Institute, you are invited to review their Conservatism 101 course, available online at no cost.  


Quote of the Week 


If the Soviet Union let another political party come into existence, they would still be a one-party state, because everybody would join the other party.” 


~ Ronald Reagan 



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