Across the country, Americans fondly remember their hero, as states proclaim "Ronald Reagan Day."
WASHINGTON- On Thursday February 6, America\’s 40th President, Ronald Wilson Reagan, will turn 92. The Ronald Reagan Legacy Project joins his countless admirers across the country, and around the world, in wishing him a happy and healthy birthday.
As part of its effort to keep Reagan\’s legacy alive, the RRLP has asked state governors and legislative bodies to honor the former president by declaring his birthday "Ronald Reagan Day" in their states. As of February 3, the RRLP has been notified formally of the following governors\’ proclamations:
Gov. Mike Foster of LA
Gov. Mike Johanns of NE
Gov. John Rowland of CT
Gov. Paul Patton of KY
Gov. Mike Huckabee of AR
Gov. Jeb Bush of FL
Gov. Bill Owens of CO
Gov. Kenny Guinn of NV
Gov. Frank Murkowski of AK
Gov. Craig Benson of NH
Gov. Tim Pawlenty of MN
Gov. Sonny Perdue of GA
Gov. Mark Sanford of SC
Gov. John Hoeven of ND
In addition, the following states have had one or both of their legislative bodies submit a resolution to the RRLP:
Several more states plan to pass resolution on or before February 6.
"President Reagan changed the face of all America," said taxpayer advocate Grover Norquist, President of the Ronald Reagan Legacy Project. "In a time of economic stagnation and advancing world communism, Ronald Reagan re-energized the economy, won the cold war, brought freedom to millions of oppressed people around the world, and made America proud and confident again. The nation owes a great debt to this larger-than-life figure. I commend all the governors and legislators who have dedicated February 6th to the legacy of Ronald Reagan."
The RRLP is committed to preserving the legacy of one of America\’s greatest presidents. Among it\’s aims, the Project seeks to name at least one monument to President Reagan in each of America\’s counties, and in nations that were once Communist. Grover Norquist, the RRLP President is a long time Washington insider. He is available for interviews about Ronald Reagan\’s legacy and the goals of the project. Please contact Paul Prososki at 202-785-0266 or [email protected].