Arlington, VA - - Today, Virginia Eagle Forum, a conservative non-profit group, announced the launch of their new state speakers bureau. This educational speakers group will also make its top members available for media interviews.

“We are thrilled to offer organizations, service clubs, and media outlets around Virginia, an easy way to engage in the public policy debate,” said Helen Blackwell, chairman of Virginia Eagle Forum.

 

“Our organization is committed to building awareness of our nation's constitutional principles and how these principles should be considered in current legislation and candidate selection, both at the state and national levels. Virginia Eagle Forum is dedicated to election education, helping voters know what to look for when voting with constitutional values,” concluded Blackwell.

If you would like to book a Virginia Eagle Forum representative for an interview, please contact Noel Krive at 562-243-7882 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it '; document.write( '' ); document.write( addy_text93131 ); document.write( '<\/a>' ); //--> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Speakers are available to discuss election education which will help voters, answering questions such as:

  • What constitutional principles do most independent voters look for in candidates?
  • Why are some swing voters, who supported Democrat Barack Obama, now switching allegiances to support Republican Bob McDonnell?
  • Where can voters learn constitutional facts about candidates and policies?
  • How can candidates and elected officials regain the confidence of voters?

Virginia Eagle Forum is the affiliate of Eagle Forum, a national patriotic, pro-family organization founded by Phyllis Schlafly in 1972. Their mission is to educate the public to take action about issues which impact the family. To learn more about this group please check their website http://www.vaef.org/index.html.

 

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