AMAC MAGAZINE: Volume 18, Issue 1 - JAN/FEB 2024

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he said, “Grassroots engagement remains the most effective way to make policy changes. We are proud to have AMAC Action as a coalition partner working against these radical changes to our election system and look forward to continuing in the fight alongside AMAC members.” In another monumental victory for election integrity, AMAC advocates helped ensure that Republican legis- lators in North Carolina followed through on their promises to enact legislation to remove non-citizens from voter rolls, retain election records for 22 months, require all mail-in ballots to be received on or before election day, and ban the private funding of elections to protect against dangerous and undemo- cratic efforts like Mark Zuckerburg’s “Zuck Bucks.” When a handful of squishy Repub- licans began to buckle to the left’s fear tactics, AMAC advocates sent more than 22,000 messages within a matter of days to reinforce lawmak- ers’ resolve. As a result, Republi- cans did the right thing, passed the legislation, and ultimately overrode the Democratic governor’s veto to institute these critical reforms. Jim Womack, the President of the Elec- tion Integrity Team in North Carolina, had this to say: “We will forever owe AMAC a debt of gratitude for muster- ing conservative voices in defense of free and fair elections.”

Radio Network while also appear- ing on the American Sunrise, Special Report, Stinchfield Tonight, Ameri- ca’s Voice Live, and Live from Studio 6B programs on Real America’s Voice News. As we celebrate another year of incredible victories for freedom-lov- ing Americans, we would like to recognize the amazing work of all of our volunteers. As I say often, when leaders praise the great work of AMAC Action, the credit goes to our members and the glory goes to God.

AMAC Action also launched our second major campaign against leftist corporate activism, sending more than 91,000 petitions to execu- tives at JP Morgan Chase in response to the de-banking of Ambassador Sam Brownback’s religious liberty organization. AMAC Action’s advocacy is only possible because of the enthusiasm, passion, and engagement of tens of thousands of AMAC members  and critical to these efforts are AMAC Action’s more than 70 local chap- ters. Our nearly 300 AMAC volun- teer advocates held more than 150 chapter meetings, met with more 30 Congressional District offices, and engaged with over 100 elected offi- cials. In addition to our local chapters, this year we launched 12 new state- wide chapters. We will continue to launch additional statewide chapters in 2024. To continue to expand our reach and achieve our legislative goals, AMAC national spokesperson Robert B. Charles published more than 250 articles and appeared on more than 200 television and radio programs this year, including numerous appearances on John Solomon’s Just the News, Frank Gaffney’s Securing America, Fox & Friends, and News Nation. Similarly, as AMAC Action’s national spokesperson, I appeared weekly on the nationally syndicated Mike Gallagher Show on the Salem

Andrew Mangione

Andrew Mangione is Senior Vice President of AMAC Action, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit conserva- tive advocacy organization, created to serve as the advocacy affiliate of the Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC). He also represents AMAC as national spokesperson.

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