May 24, 2024

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REMEMBER — FOR EVERY 1 PHONE CALL MADE, LEGISLATORS ASSUME THERE ARE 1,000 OTHER PEOPLE WHO FEEL THE SAME WAY! THIS MEANS 40 PHONE CALLS ARE COUNTED AS 40,000 VOTERS – YOUR GROUP CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE. 

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How to Write a Letter to Congress 
How to Write a Letter to the Editor
Organize a Letter to the Editor Campaign
Attend a Town Hall
Attend a School Board or City Council Meeting
Conduct a Voter Registration
Host a Recruitment Drive
Host a Back the Blue Appreciation Event
Organize a Community Service Event
Host a Movie Screening

Help – I need talking points!
Help – I need sample letter!
Help – I need more info on writing a Letter to the Editor.
Help – I have a question about calling or writing to my Representative.
Help – I have a general question regarding a bill. 

TALKING POINTS/SAMPLE LETTERS


Sample Letter to Wal-Mart CEO (pdf)


Sample Impeachment Letter for US Senator (pdf)


Sample Impeachment Letter for US Senator (docx)


President Trump Impeachment Talking Points Memo – Updated (pdf)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/gjDbK8mFySU?rel=0&showinfo=0&start=0If you have not called your US Senators to tell them you oppose HR 1/S1 “For The People Act 0f 2021” and you oppose eliminating the filibuster, please call them today.  Click here to contact your Senators.

If you have called your Senators, please consider creating a video message to send to your Senators.  Sending a video message to  friends and family like what Laura created here can be effective in getting more people  contacting their members of Congress, too.

KEY CONGRESSIONAL LEGISLATION – 117TH SESSION

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Activist Guide

When getting involved in activism, there are some practices to keep in mind.  We have complied a guide to help get you started whether you’re part of a group or an individu…

How to Write a Letter to Congress

Have you ever watched the news only to be frustrated with something your Senator or Rep said during an interview?  This situation presents an excellent opportunity to express your voice to…

How to Write a Letter to the Editor

A letter to the editor is a short letter to a local newspaper or publication that gives your opinion on an issue or concern and calls on your law-makers or fellow community member…

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