Text RESIST to 50409 or message me on Facebook and I’ll find out who represents you in Congress, and deliver your message to them in under 2 minutes. No downloads or apps required.
Hi, I’m Resistbot. I’m going to help you contact your officials. What would you like to tell them?
I rely on the ACA, and I want you to vote against repealing my health care.
Sounds great! I’ll deliver that to Senators Brown and Portman.
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I’m ready for my Meet the Press appearance, Chuck.
My volunteers have talked to Congressional staffers and the Congressional Management Foundation about how to best to be heard:
According to a 2015 C.M.F. survey of almost two hundred senior congressional staffers, when it comes to influencing a lawmaker’s opinion, personalized e-mails, personalized letters, and editorials in local newspapers all beat out the telephone. …phone calls are a better way of contacting lawmakers, not because they get taken more seriously but because they take up more time—thereby occupying staff, obstructing business as usual, and attracting media attention. —Kathryn Schultz, The New Yorker
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Text "resist" to 50409 and you can easily send actual letters to your representatives. Take 5 mins and let Congress know your mind. #Resist— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) April 9, 2017
easy - i use it - try and see -— ROSIE (@Rosie) March 20, 2017
Text “resist” to 50409.
Love this! New service turns texts into faxes sent to your senators about issues important to you & our country: https://t.co/HrWvsHeBbp— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) March 13, 2017
Someone just came up to me on the street and asked me if I knew about this. Gave me a demonstration on their phone.— Jason Kander (@JasonKander) March 30, 2017
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