Writing your Congressmen made EASY...

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    Writing your Congressmen made EASY...

    First off I'm lazy about writing my Congressmen on gun issues and I shouldn't be. A friend introduced me to this site and I would like to encouage everyone to use it.

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    Put in your zipcode and it shows who your elected offical are. Click on their name, then click on "contact". After you can click on "contact by webform" and it list the current issues. Click the issue and you have a pre typed letter or you can type your own. Put in your name, address and click send. That simple.

    I don't know if we will ever know how much good this does but contacting our Congressmen is about the only thing we can do to voice our opinions to the people voting on these issues.

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    Thanks just sent one off

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    I was once told by a Congressman's Chief of Staff that the best way to communicate is to send a Fax.

    A personal note in your own words, Faxed, carries more weight than an automated message sent through the web.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopyard View Post
    I was once told by a Congressman's Chief of Staff that the best way to communicate is to send a Fax.

    A personal note in your own words, Faxed, carries more weight than an automated message sent through the web.
    I agree...they get thousands of emails and letters, especially form letters. Most get tossed and/or never see the eyes of the Congressman/woman. Has to go through a gauntlet of staffers first.

    Rick

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    Thanks! I just made use of it !!
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