Contact Your Elected Officials
Contact Your Elected Officials
By Matthew Toplikar / filmsforaction.org
May 3, 2014

Films for Action has many videos and articles covering a range of subjects.  But once you've educated yourself, how do you make a difference?  One way is to contact members of government on a local, state, and federal level.  These elected and appointed public servants are supposed to be working for all of us, and are in need of your input.  Below are a list of links to help you get in touch with everyone from the President of the United States to your local school district.  Remember that the more local your government official is, the greater impact you will have when you make contact.

 

•Contact the White House.

 

•Contact your representatives in the U.S. House and Senate.

 

•Contact your State Governor.

 

•Contact your State Legislators.

 

•Contact a U.S. Agency or Department.

 

•Contact your Local Mayor.

 

•Contact your Local Government.

 

•Contact your Local School District.

 

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