Tell your elected leaders your reaction to their behavior. Tell your politician how you feel about their opinion, mannerisms, rehetoric vitriolic speech or even incorrect data shared through media channels.
Letters, emails, telephone calls, faxes and face-to-face meetings with your Members of Congress or their staff in local offices are effective methods of communicating impressions and readings of their actions, behaviors and speech. And, when time is of the essence – such as an upcoming election, deadline or policy implementation – faxes, telephone calls or email can be nearly instant communicators.
When contacting your Member of Congress, state legislator, or politician of your choice, be as specific as possible. Keep your correspondence succinct and practice civility in your own words. Identify the subject matter clearly with who was addressed, the issue, where it was seen, the date, and your feedback. Finally, open up the question to your addressee: what is his or her own impression of the manner of discourse mentioned?
Choose an option that suits you best – ensure that your voice is heard.
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