Citizen Action Summit is a one day event (January 18, 2020 – 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.) that will gather American Citizens together, to hear some of todays top Civic Influencers speak about how we can all diminish escalating, centralized Federal control over our personal lives by removing the power to legislate our morality from modern politicians.
The main theme for the event is contrasting, comparing and discussing Civic Leadership vs. Political leadership and how We The People, can take back the power to control our own lives from career politicians, harkening back to a time where America was guided by civic, community and family leaders. Not Politicians.
Now more than ever, people have the ability to stand up and make a change in the course of history. The Citizen Action Summit hopes to inspire, inform and induce every day people to help break the DC Politicians strangle hold on our lives.
Our dynamic, influential and compelling speakers will present their thoughts and ideas on the central theme while appealing to the events core audience. A less formal panel discussion and extensive audience Question and Answer period will make these great leaders accessible to those in attendance.
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Charlie Kirk of TurningPoint USA
Charlie Kirk is the Founder and President of Turning Point USA, a national student movement dedicated to identifying, organizing, and empowering young people to promote the principles of free markets and limited government.
Mark Meckler Convention of States
Mark Meckler is an American political activist and attorney. He was a co-founder of the Tea Party Patriots before resigning from that group in 2012. Meckler currently serves as President of Citizens for Self-Governance. Meckler is an active proponent of a convention to propose amendments to the United States Constitution.
Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs
Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs was first elected Mayor of Knox County in August 2018 and began his four year term on September 1, 2018. Jacobs is a considered a small government Conservative with some libertarian leanings.