CPF Newsletter

Stay informed on our latest news!

Manage my subscriptions

Donate to CPF here!
Help us do more...

   

 


       Help support
The Fatherhood Coalition
        by using our
     Amazon Smile
donation account when
making purchases at
        Amazon

medium_Amazon smile icon.jpg

Ever wonder how that
Massachusetts judge
who took your children
away and stripped you
of your house and assets
got to sit on the bench?
All judges were approved,
usually by unanimous,
vote, by the Governors
Council at a public hearing.
The audio for their
hearings over the last
couple of years can be heard here:

Courtesy of Patrick McCabe


File:ErnestBelfortBax.JPG

A must-read:
'The Fraud of Feminism'


A younger Tolkien

J.R.R.Tolkien, author
of 'Lord of the Rings',
on Marriage

User login

CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.
Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.
To prevent automated spam submissions leave this field empty.
Home

Download Petitions for Shared Parenting and Abuse Prevention Due Process!

These petitions can be printed and used to collect signatures to put these two proposed laws on the ballot in Massachusetts.

Download:

Shared Parenting Signature Sheet

Abuse Prevention Due Process Signature Sheet

KeepFamilyTogether.com

Sign up to volunteer here!

The sheets must be double-sided on one sheet of paper in the original size - with side one and side two head to head and footer to footer.

In order for your signature collection effort to count you must be aware of the rules-

THE RULES:

ALL SIGNATURE FORMS MUST HAVE:

NO OTHER MARKS ON THE PETITION FORM, other than the SIGNATURE and ADDRESS and TOWN

ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS are allowed to sign.

THE SIGNER MUST SIGN ON THE SHEET WITH THE CORRECT TOWN: The town name needs to be on the sheet, in the space provided. ONLY voters FROM THAT TOWN can sign on THAT SHEET

THE SIGNER MUST WRITE THE STREET ADDRESS WHERE THEY ARE CURRENTLY REGISTERED TO VOTE. IT IS CRUCIAL THAT THE ADDRESS BE LEGIBLE

DO NOT HIGHLIGHT, UNDERLINE OR WRITE "SEE OTHERSIDE."

DO NOT PUT YOUR INITIALS OR ANY OTHER DESIGNATION ON THE SHEETS

DO NOT MARK WHERE YOU LEFT OFF FROM PREVIOUS SESSION

DO NOT SCRIBBLE ON THE FORM TO GET THE PEN STARTED

ASK THE SIGNER TO PRINT THEIR LAST NAME after the signature in the signature box.

If a voter signs incorrectly or makes an error, do not erase or make changes. Leave the incorrect line intact and ask the voter to sign his or her name and address again on the next line.

Married females should not sign as "Mrs. John Smith." They need to sign "their" names. Mary Smith instead. But middle initials are not required.

Persons with physical disabilities may authorize another individual to sign for them in the voter’s presence but one spouse may not sign for another.

Helpful Hints:

    It’s helpful to ask, "hi, are you registered to vote in Massachusetts"? before asking for a signature.

    KEEP A PIECE OF PAPER CLAMPED TO ACT AS A SCRATCH PAD to scribble to get the pen started.

    KEEP CONVERSATIONS SHORT. One converted supporter is not worth the three potential signatures that walked past you. Hand a flier to people with questions, rather than engaging in long conversations.

    KEEP MULTIPLE SHEETS WITH YOU for other towns (alphabetize them) and to give to people who want to gather signatures.