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Mr Andy Mangione, senior Vice President of the advocacy program for the Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC) discusses exercising the power that Americans aged 50 and beyond who still believe in the American values, of freedom of the individual, free speech, religion, equality of opportunity, sanctity of life, rule of law, and love of family have to work even harder at returning the balance of power back to the people.
He served as AMAC’s point person on Capitol Hill in 2012 through 2014. In 2013, and he created and led a national grassroots outreach platform, the AMAC Action Delegate Program, establishing the foundation, structure and procedures for the program that today features hundreds of volunteer advocates throughout the United States.
Association of mature Americans Website – https://amac.us/
Sign The Great Barrington Declaration – https://gbdeclaration.org/