Federalism Is...

"Federalism" is the process by which two or more governments share powers over the same geographic area. In the United States, the Constitution grants certain powers to both the U.S. government and the state governments. Federalists honor the allocation of these shared powers as defined solely by the Constitution of the United States.

Welcome to The Federalist Coalition!

The Federalist Coalition is a true grassroots movement created, managed, and fueled by everyday Americans. Our goal is to remind our fellow citizens of the importance of Federalism, how it relates to the Constitution of the United States, and why this is imperative for our nation. We understand that America is comprised of many ethnicities, religions, and ideals and we all have different needs. That is why we are a Coalition. We know this government cannot be run by just some of the people, some of the time. As citizens, we must come together to claim our shared goal of Liberty. Never before has “United We Stand, Divided We Fall,” been truer. Join us today in our pursuit of a more perfect Union and Liberty for all.

A Vote for the Electoral College

Our very own Gwen McNatt recently published an article in the University of Iowa Alumni Magazine defending the Electoral College, a pillar of American federalism. Follow the link and read the whole article on page seven.

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The Federalist System

Despite their many differences, most countries have one thing in common: a centralized government as the ruling body, with smaller parcels of territory sectioned off for subordinate leaders to directly control the populace. Such was the governmental system in place when our thirteen founding colonies were established. However, our forefathers revolted against the British precisely to escape this sort of oppressive governing. They saw a

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