Americans for Constitutional Liberty – The Conservative Caucus

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Americans for Constitutional Liberty (ACL) was founded in 1974 as The Conservative Caucus (TCC) in the belief that conservatives could win in Washington only by mobilizing conservative strength at the state and Congressional district level. The name was changed to Americans for Constitutional Liberty (ACL) in 2014.

The key to success is to let people know what is happening in government, and to tell them how they can have an impact on the decisions to be made.

Americans for Constitutional Liberty (ACL) uses many methods to make conservative opinion felt in Congress and the White House.

ACL encourages members and all citizens to call, visit, or write their elected representatives; and to alert other Americans by calling talk shows and writing letters to the editor. Often petitions are collected and delivered to key decision-makers. Testimony before Congressional committees, meetings with members of Congress and their staff, video commentaries and programs, and Member’s Message all help communicate to the public and make sure that elected officials hear what conservatives have to say.

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