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Join us for our National Day of Action to #FreeRodneyReed. Join other members of your community in solidarity with Rodney and his family as we join the national movement to demand Justice for Rodney.
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I am so proud of you for taking the step you took to help save the life of Rodney Reed. But can I be brutally honest with you? Clicks, tweets, and angry face emojis won’t save Rodney. Even our viral petition won’t save him.
On November 20th, Rodney Reed is scheduled to be executed by the State of Texas, and we need to persuade Governor Greg Abbott, the Board of Pardons and Paroles, the Bastrop County District Attorney Brian Goertz, and other conservative elected officials to stay this execution, review all of the evidence that exonerates Rodney, and eventually grant him a new trial.
It’s in their hands, but they have to know how much we care.
That’s why I am asking you to take these ACTION STEPS with me right now.
I need you to call and email ALL of the following people. If you’ve never done this work with me before, we’re kind and respectful when we call. Be firm and thorough. Be persistent, but be kind. People are more apt to respond to kindness than they will anger. Leave a message if you have to. Ask to be transferred to someone else if nobody is available.
And when you call, let them know that you are calling to advocate on behalf of Rodney Reed, an innocent man who has been wrongly convicted and sentenced to death on November 20th.
Go back to FreeRodneyReed.com if you need to familiarize yourself with the facts of the case, ok?
I believe in you!! I want you to speak in your own words. I don’t provide scripts because I want your emails and phone calls to be natural, ok?
Start RIGHT NOW and start again tomorrow morning, OK? THIS IS AN EMERGENCY.
We just launched a call tool so you can tell decision-makers personally to save Rodney Reed from being executed. When you click on this tool, I’m going to talk you through everything, ok?
Here is the information. Below is a list that includes emails, too.
Governor’s Office :: Remember, he can stop this right now. Luis Saenz, Governor’s Chief of Staff:
Kim Snyder, Governor’s Scheduler
Jordan Hale, Administration Director
Peggy Venable, Appointments Director
Walter Fisher, Legislative Director
Matt Hirsch, Communications Director
John Colyandro, Sr Advisor and Policy Director
Sarah Hicks, Senior Advisor
Greg Davidson, Constituent Communications
Jeff Oldham, General Counsel
District Attorney Brian Goertz
(512) 581-7125 ( ask to withdraw petition to execute )
Members of the Board of Pardons and Paroles
David Gutiérrez – Chair
254-865-8870 (Chairman’s Office: 254-404-2701)
Staff at the Board of Pardons and Paroles
General email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica Dillard – Board Administrator
Bettie Wells – General Counsel
(512) 406-5353 / (512) 463-1702
Rachel Alderete – Director of Hearing Operations
Raymond Estrada – Director of Public Information
Barry Bertocki – Clemency Director
Veronica Muraira- Director of Administrative Support
Libby Hamilton – Victim Liaison
Texas House Corrections CommitteeRep. James White – Chair
Rep Alma Allen – Vice Chair
Rep. Ernest Bailes
Rep. Rhetta Bowers
Rep. Jay Dean
Rep. Christina Morales
Rep. Victoria Neave
Rep. Clark Sherman Sr.
Rep. Phil Stephenson