Sometimes they ASK for your thoughts…indirectly

One of our followers sent in this quick note this week about an unexpected opportunity to speak up on the issues. This direct, succinct and firm response is a great example of the messaging that can help keep your message in front of your representatives:

“I received an email from a Californian Congressman (not mine so not quite sure how they got my email) advertising tickets to the inauguration. Here is a copy of my response:

Dear Rep./Dr. Bera,
As a woman and a proud American, I would be disgraced to ever show my face in support of the racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, and corrupt Trump Administration. I urge you to take a stand against the appointments of Steve Bannon, Susan DeVos, and Rep. Tom Price as well as the openly unconstitutional and hate-filled rhetoric pouring from the President-Elect on a daily basis. Please do not advertise or give away tickets to what will no doubt be a dark cloud on the history of the United States.

Thank you,
K. from California


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