If your member of Congress voted the right way, send them a message of thanks.
- You voted against giving sick farm workers information about the pesticides that are poisoning them. Why would you do that? (H. Amdt. 1308 to H.R. 5538)
- You voted for two bills allowing immigrant children to be separated from their families. Why? (H.R. 4760, H.R. 6136)
If your member of Congress voted the right way, send them a message of thanks or stand up at a town hall meeting and let them know how much you appreciated their vote(s).
Are you concerned about your representative's food policy votes? Or
do you want to thank your Member of Congress for their good food
Add information about these votes to your Facebook or on Twitter.
Ask your friends to share or retweet.
- You can email their Congressional offices directly – let them know
that you are a constituent and that you are concerned about these issues. Personal
examples, in your own words, about why Fairness for Farmworkers and Restaurant Workers matters to you will be the most
Attend a town hall meeting.
Refer to the “Questions to Ask” section for each issue to help you decide what you want to say.
Request a meeting with your member of Congress or their staff when they are in their district office.
Again, refer to the “Questions to Ask” section for each issue to help you decide what you want to say.
Share this website with your friends and family, or through your own social networks.
And, most importantly, VOTE ON NOVEMBER 6!!