Here we are already entering Autumn of 2018. While the Liberty State movement has come so far, there’s still much work to do, and it’s going to take all of us working together. Getting this accomplished is easier than you may think. The existing law that allows the formation of a new state is already on our side, and it’s what the majority of citizens in eastern Washington already want.

We should all be encouraged by the progress we have made together this year in the effort to have our very own free state — Liberty State.

Allow me to point out just some of the highlights so far in 2018 … There are twenty counties east of the Cascades, which make up the proposed Liberty State. In the first nine months of 2018 Representative Matt Shea has given over 25 presentations across eastern Washington, resulting in volunteer teams forming in 14 of those counties.

This puts us ahead of schedule, with just six more counties to go to bring on board with the Liberty State movement.

Citizens across eastern Washington are encouraged by this and are increasingly more active in the effort. On September 22nd of this year, the first Liberty State volunteer meeting was held in Spokane to establish volunteer team goals and structures for each county. We are working to bring the six remaining counties on board and to help them build their county teams.

We look forward to implementing the second phase of the effort, which will begin in January, 2019. That phase will consist of citizens from all twenty counties in eastern Washington beginning the process of partnering with their local elected officials and community leaders. This partnership will help achieve a unified effort toward establishing a representative government, lower taxes, and responsible spending, resulting in a free state and a freer people.

Now is the time for you to join the Liberty State effort and get involved in your community and your county. Contact us to find out how.

I’m Lady Liberty, and this is a Public Service Announcement on behalf of Liberty State.  Visit us at today.