ATTENDING A TOWN HALL
Town Halls style meetings are a format for politicians, both on the local and national levels, to meet with their constituents. This type of event provides you, the constituent, with an opportunity to voice your opinion and ask questions of your representative – whether they are Democrat or Republicans - while they are back home in your district.
PHONING YOUR LEGISLATOR
You may be thinking, "Why would I want to call my elected official? They don't know who I am." Expressing you point of view to those who represent you in government, whether on the local, state, or even federal level, is one of the rights of citizenship founded in the Constitution..
MEETING YOUR LEGISLATORS
Have you ever noticed an issue in your community and wished you could express your voice to one of those candidates you voted for last November? Or maybe you are planning a visit to your state capital and want to meet with your state representative.
WRITING YOUR LEGISLATOR
Writing a letter or email to your elected official is an easy and powerful way to make your opinions known to those who represent you in government. Choosing to write a letter or an email allows you to clearly articulate your position without having to worry about what to say on the spot.