Sonora, CA — Founders of the American Stewards for Liberty spoke about "coordination" at this weekend’s annual TuCare dinner held at the Sonora Elks Lodge.
Dan and Margaret Byfield flew in from Texas to serve as the keynote speakers.
Coordination is a statute that requires the federal government to work with local agencies regarding land use policies, if the local government has existing policies on the books.
"People have the power to determine what their priorities are and what their destiny is by implementing this coordination strategy," says Dan Byfield. "In this TuCare group, if they pulled everyone together, they would have a team that would be unsurpassed and unbeatable in defending their local priorities."
Numerous candidates for state and federal office were on hand Saturday evening. Sitting at a center table were Republican congressional candidates Jeff Denham and Richard Pombo, District 14 Senate candidate Tom Berryhill and outgoing Senator Dave Cogdill. Also on hand were 25th District Assembly candidates Teri Murrison, Kristin Olsen and Kurt Vander Weide.
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