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Do you have an Agenda Setter mind?

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Do you have an Agenda Setter mind?

The Agenda Setter mind leads to effective action, with no wasted motion.

If you already know what we mean by these terms…

– Agenda setting
– Agenda Setter mind
– Option Activism
– The 300

…then please take the following action…

Pass S. 2566

This bill will end judicial findings.

Judicial findings are an evil process by which judges are guided to sentence people to long prison terms for…

  • conduct where there was no charge
  • charges for which they’ve been acquitted (yes, you read that right!)

We’re recruiting 300 people to visit your district’s congressional office on this issue. Our Option Activism strategy means no one goes until 300 have committed. We quickly explain the entire process beneath my signature.

Send a letter and learn about how to become one of the 300 for this bill…

Pass S. 2566

Make sure the box is checked to be one of “the 300” in your district.

We explain agenda setting, the agenda setter mind, option activism, and the 300, in a memo titled “Do you have what it takes to be an Agenda Setter?

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Jim Babka, President
Agenda Setters by Downsize DC

Our plan to pass S. 2566, a bill to end judicial findings

Recruit 300 people in your Congressional district.

These “Agenda Setters” will visit your local congressional offices in waves of 3, 5, or 6 people at a time. And these meetings will happen week-after-week until your reps relent and sponsor our bills.

None of these Agenda Setter meetings will happen until we have all 300 people in a district, ready to go. We call that Option Activism.

We will recruit and send waves of Agenda Setters to every district in the country.

Once we have a majority of co-sponsors for a bill, we can force passage using a discharge petition, even if congressional leaders object. But we expect congressional leaders to submit to a vote long before that happens.

This strategy will work better than voting harder or complaining louder.

Today’s Action: Pass S. 2566, a bill to end the practice of “judicial findings”