Every Ron Paul supporter already knows that The Revolution is going to Washington D.C. on July 12th for a peaceful march to the Capitol Building and a Revolutionary Rally, with Congressman Paul as the keynote speaker. Like the money bombs and meet-up groups, the Revolution March is being organized and funded by an independent group of Ron Paul supporters, with no connection to the official Ron Paul presidential campaign except for their shared support of its principles. To date, the Revolution March has already obtained over 14,000 commitments to attend from supporters.
Dying to go but not sure how to get there? Not to worry, the Revolution March Committee has it covered. To ensure that supporters can attend no matter what their travel budget may be, the committee has organized the Ron Voy, a well-organized transportation and lodging plan to get supporters from as far away as the west coast to Washington D.C. in time for the event.
Beginning July 7 on the west coast and continuing throughout the week, a reserved fleet of vans will leave from 14 different cities and stop at or near almost 100 before reaching Washington, D.C. Van reservations can be made with a $50 deposit at http://ronvoy2dc.eventbrite.com. Wherever you are in the U.S.A., you can be sure that the Ron Voy will stop close by enough for you to climb aboard. Along the way, the committee has negotiated special rates with KOA campgrounds, and has also negotiated rates for lodging in Washington. After the rally, the Ron Voy will follow each of its 14 routes in reverse back to its starting point, with the last stops on the west coast on July 17.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the Revolution March 2008 Official Travel & Lodging Meetup. Don’t let the Ron Voy pass you by!