3 Easy Ways to Advocate for Your Community this Legislative Session

Tell Washington lawmakers about the issues that matter most to you

Washington lawmakers see hundreds of bills during the legislative session. You can make sure legislators are listening to your concerns by advocating for the issues that matter most to you and your communities.

Here are 3 easy ways to make your voice heard and stay politically engaged in a virtual legislative session. 


1. Contact Your Representative 

Got a minute? That’s all it takes to email lawmakers and voice your support for important bills and legislation. Fill out an action alert, and support the fight for a fair and just economy in just a few clicks.

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2. Testify and Share Your Story

In a virtual session, it’s easier than ever to share your story with the legislature. Now you can weigh in on a bill and never having to change out of your pajamas.

Visit our legislative agenda and updates page to learn more about the bills we are advocating for this session.


3. Let Your Voice be Heard at Town Hall

Attend a legislator town hall with your district representatives. Follow the links for the dates for the House Democrats and the Senate Democrats virtual town hall meetings.

The House and Senate Republicans haven’t yet released a schedule, but you can register for an upcoming February 25th, 14th District Town hall with Rep. Mosbrucker and Rep. Corry here.


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