Raise Your Voice for Wisconsin’s Children and Families
Democracy only works when everybody has the opportunity to participate. But there’s more to participation than just voting. In part, that’s because ours is a representative democracy. We elect people to represent our interests in local, state, and federal governments. And the only way those elected officials know how you would like them to vote on issues is to tell them. You can tell them directly through letters, phone calls, and email messages. Or you can tell them through the media by placing letters to the editor or guest columns, or by getting stories published or broadcast based on information you provide to reporters and editors.
This may sound intimidating, but it’s really not very hard. And more importantly, you’re not alone! WCCF can provide you with many of the tools you need to make your voice heard in the public policy arena. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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