The Pro-Truth Pledge is a grassroots project made possible by the efforts of volunteers around the world.
Some of the volunteers focus their efforts on external activities, such as gathering signatures, giving presentations, running local PTP chapters, and otherwise promoting the Pro-Truth Pledge. Other volunteers work behind the scenes assisting with website maintenance, research, data entry, content creation, and a variety of other tasks.
This month we are pleased to acknowledge Randall Saunders for his contribution to the success of the Pro-Truth Pledge project. He is a great example of reliability, consistency, flexibility, and teamwork that fuels the Pro-Truth Pledge.
Randall Saunders, Online Research Volunteer
I do internet research for contact information on parties to whom we want to reach out, such as community groups, political parties, and newspapers. Most recently, I’ve been focusing on candidates for political office. I search the websites of state election boards and download or create lists of candidates and their emails. These lists are then provided to other volunteers, who contact the candidates and invite them to sign the Pro-Truth Pledge. In part because of my efforts, in recent weeks several state legislators have signed the PTP, including Ariana Kelly (Democrat, Maryland), Shane Sandridge (Republican, Colorado), Ryan Fecteau (Democrat, Maine), and Kathy Hogan (Democrat, North Dakota).
What makes me passionate about the PTP is that I can see that my individual actions can have a positive impact on the level of political discourse across the entire nation. Over the next decade, I hope the PTP will help to restore balance to our political and cultural debates – namely, that reality matters, regardless of our individual opinions and perspectives.
PS: If you are interested in joining the Pro-Truth Pledge volunteer team, fill out this form and we’ll be in touch with you soon.