Your Members of Congress
 
 
 Contact Reps & Senators Call their offices, making it clear you are a constituent; attend town halls, and if your members don't hold them, insist that they do; send heartfelt, factual personal correspondence and note whether you receive a response; avoid email, which is seldom read; visit your lawmakers' D.C. or district offices.
 
Call Out Falsehoods
 
Note Areas of Agreement
 
Stay Authentic, Be Concise
 
 Spread Voting Facts Use social media including Facebook and Twitter, write letters to the editor and work through friends and colleagues to repeatedly spread facts and debunk fabrications about your federal lawmakers' most fundamental democratic duty. Also, urge local news media to publish pre-election day profiles of incumbents that include coverage of voting records.

 
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