17 State Leaders needed to coordinate activities in Battle Against Corruption


One of the organizational elements that I believe will be essential in further organization of the battle against corruption is to identify people in each state who can be our “State Chairmen.”

These will be people who will coordinate coalition efforts in their state.  I have prepared a list of volunteers thus far and/or people who I know to be quite active.

If your name is on the list, please email me at to let me know if you agree to be a State Chairman.  If you would like to be a State Chairman or Co-Chairman, please email me as well….

We have 33 states theoretically covered.  If you know activits in Alaksa, Delaware, Iowa, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, please contact them and see if they would agree to participate.

Alabama Nancy Swan
Arizona Darla Dawald
Arkansas James Twoeagles
California Joseph Zernik*
Colorado Wesley Hoyt
Connecticut Diane Connors
District of Columbia George McDermottt
Florida Gloria Hellman and Joe Norman*
Georgia Ed Dort*
Hawaii J.P. Grund
Idaho Cyndi Steele
Illinois Dr. Linda Shelton
Indiana Zena Crenshaw
Kentucky Melanda Adams
Louisiana Sue Bell
Maine Paula Michaud
Maryland George McDermott
Massachusetts David Grossack*
Michigan David Schied
Minnesota Don Mashak
Montana Ilio Jones
New Hampshire
New Jersey Zahra Ali El
New Mexico Dan Jeffre
New York Richard Cordero*
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio Christopher House
Oklahoma Dana Lawhon
Oregon Larry Reid
Pennsylvania Larry Hohol
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota Marshall Prichard
Tennessee Don Acree
Texas Jon Roland*
Washington Kimberley Manrique
West Virginia
Wyoming Jesse Adam Kasky

* indicates we have multiple people in the state.



William M. Windsor

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