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Congressional letter writing house party toolkit

Everything you need to throw your very own Congressional Letter Writing House Party.

Though designed for Colorado residents, this toolkit includes tips that apply to people living everywhere.

Bird Dogging 101

Political bird dogging involves pushing a candidate to address a particular issue and answer it with specificity.  We provide suggestions on how to work on getting members of Congress to make statements on the record about where they stand on important issues.

How to Talk to the Congressional Super Committee

Download our material on how to make yourself heard by your elected officials.  If you live in an area represented on the Super Committee it is critical that you make sure they hear from you and about your concerns.

Complete Move the Money Toolkit

Download the full toolkit for a comprehensive set of tools to help your community work for better federal budget priorities. The toolkit includes fact sheets, suggestions about how to work with the media, how to talk with members of Congress and ask them questions, and how to get a resolution passed in your community to encourage Congress to support programs that fund our needs at home instead of the military. You can also download just parts of the toolkit.

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