State Coordinators

STATE ORGANIZERS - The following is a list of State Organizers each state, responsible for finding and assisting a County Organizer in every County within their State.

As soon as ONE County Organizer is established in a county the State Organizer is to assist them to run the election. If there is no county organizer contact liberty groups to find one. If there is no State organizer for your state below, please consider becoming one, call John at (845) 233-6560.

State Organizers need to be self motivating people who will work relentlessly to develop every county in their state, understanding that we are in a race against time. It will also be the responsibility of these organizers to bring all county organizers together so that they act together as "One Common Law State Grand Jury".

State organizers must lead honorably and by example, teaching others to do the same. They need to encourage all county organizers to become educated in common law and the process. They must attend our national meetings and endeavor to encourage others to do the same. We must practice humility, patience, honor, and mercy in pursuit of the delicate balance of justice.

United we stand divided we fall.

"Justice and judgment are the habitation of thy throne:
mercy and truth shall go before thy face". Psa 89:14

This page is to list all State Coordinators by state with the following information, appointed by Admin Each State Coordinator can select 2 Assistant Coordinator per state and change when necessary.

State Name Phone
Alabama Donald 256-812-9075
Alaska Dennis 907-522-0304
Arizona Edwin 520 682 8715
Arkansas shannon 501 590 7203
California Dave 760-975-5953
Colorado Stephen 720.362.1213
Connecticut Patricia 646-425-9259
Delaware D 443-271-8582
Florida Rodger 941-526-6680
Florida Hagan 352-502-2060
Georgia Donald 912-531-3505
Hawaii Kenneth 808-982-8392
Idaho Lee Arthur 208-570-2521
Illinois Gary 202-241-1498
Indiana Donald 317-695-8369
Kansas Johnny B 620-870-0485
Kentucky Richard 606-798-1218
Louisiana Scott 225-284-7148
Louisiana Gregory 601-795-7781
Maine Joshua 413-551-9123
Maryland Richard 410-921-9097
Massachusetts Sheila (207) 542-5012
Michigan Neil 810-785-4647
Minnesota Jesse 763-245-7778
Mississippi Gregory 601-795-7781
Missouri Jim 417-683-1479
Montana Dan 406-223-0545
Nebraska Kevin 402-340-8806
Nevada Flora 928-229-8605
New Hampshire Richard 978-702-9004
New Jersey Thomas 908-419-0937
New Mexico Linda 575-472-0121
New York Kevin 716-225-2500
North Carolina Larry 336-567-6212
North Dakota terry 701-471-5406
Ohio Mike 740-286-2907
Ohio Rosanna 740-969-2468
Oklahoma Tanner 405-471-1971
Oregon Laura 541-336-5853
Pennsylvania Jan 814-364-9926
South Dakota Stephanie 605-484-2424
Tennessee JW 423-312-1853
Texas Piper 903-303-9191
Utah Stephen L. 801-725-6104
Vermont Richard 508-317-8074
Virginia Donna 757-638-3759
Washington John 509-993-0260
West Virginia Anthony (304) 716-6393
Wisconsin Judy (715) 308-5022
Wyoming Laurence 1-307-670-2766

The term county equivalents includes three additional types of administrative divisions whose organization differs from that of most counties:

Alaska areas: Most of the land area of Alaska is not contained within any of Alaska's 19 organized boroughs and one unorganized borough. This vast area, larger than France and Germany combined, is officially referred to by the Alaska state government as the Unorganized Borough, and, outside of other incorporated borough limits, has no independent "county" government, although several incorporated city governments exist within its boundaries; the majority of it is governed and run by the State of Alaska as an extension of state government.

Independent cities: These are cities that legally belong to no county. They differ from consolidated city-counties—where a city and county have been merged into one unified jurisdiction. As of 2004, there are 42 such cities in the United States, including Baltimore, Maryland; Carson City, Nevada; St. Louis, Missouri; and all 39 cities in Virginia, where any municipality incorporated as a city (in contrast to town) is by law severed from any county that might otherwise have contained it.