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Advocacy Tools | NO TO 37– Contact Your Legislators

Posted on: April 14, 2010


Here is a great, easy-to-use advocacy tool for citizens of Illinois interested in supporting quality school environments and education jobs: NO TO 37.org.  You fill in your info, and it not only locates you legislators BUT ALSO generates a message that you can edit with personal touches, and automatically send to all of them.  Incredibly easy and fast.

The form also generates phone numbers for your personal senator and representative, and if you are in Chicago, the senator and rep for whichever CPS school you enter.

NO TO 37– Contact Your Legislators.

Keep in mind. personal letters and phone calls have the greatest impact on legislators.  We all pay closer attention to a handwritten letter than a form letter.  People think about how much effort you put into getting in touch with them.  So if you have the time, go that extra mile – it will be appreciated!

But this is so easy that there’s no reason not to, and if you follow up with a phone call or personal note, or office visit, so much the better.

NO TO 37– Contact Your Legislators

Every voice matters!

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1 Response to "Advocacy Tools | NO TO 37– Contact Your Legislators"

PLEASE HELP OUR KIDS. 37 KIDS IN EACH CLASS IS TOO MANY KIDS. DON’T CUT FUNDING FOR EDUCATION.

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