Free State Project Vice-President in Spokane
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Elizabeth McKinstry, Vice President
Free State Project, Inc.
Phone: (517) 437-4341
Web site: www.freestateproject.org
Free State Project Vice President Speaking in Spokane
March 24, 2003 – Elizabeth McKinstry, Vice President of the Free State Project, will be speaking in a forum hosted by The College Republicans at Gonzaga University on Friday, April 4. Other speakers include author Dr. James Payne, and Dr. John Beck, Gonzaga School of Economics.
The Free State Project is an effort to identify the best state for advocates of strictly limited government to move to and live in, and to obtain commitments from those willing to move. There are ten states being considered by the Project - Idaho, Wyoming, Alaska, North Dakota, Vermont, South Dakota, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, and Maine - and once 5,000 commitments have been obtained, the state will be chosen by a membership vote. The Free State Project currently counts over 3,000 members committed to moving.
"The Free State Project is the result of the long-standing American traditions of individual liberty and limited government," says FSP Vice-President Elizabeth McKinstry. "Whichever state we choose, we hope to integrate fully into existing communities and work alongside longtime residents to hold politicians accountable, and to make government smaller and more responsive to citizens' concerns."
Elizabeth McKinstry has been Vice-President of the Free State Project since its incorporation, and lives in Hillsdale, Michigan. She has spoken on behalf of the FSP numerous times.
The event will be held in the Mock Court Room at the Gonzaga School of Law, at 7pm. For more details on the event, contact Paul Schaefer at firstname.lastname@example.org.