Who are your members of Congress?
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Want to visit them in person?
Learn how to schedule a meeting and make the most impact with our Office Visit How-to Guide. Try to schedule your meeting as early in advance as possible.
Want to attend a town hall instead?
Town Hall Project has a simple search engine to find the nearest town hall meeting to you. Just enter in your zip code. Use our Town Hall How-to Guide to help you prepare. Bring your friends and family to make your voice heard!
Not sure what to talk about?
We've got you covered. Our policy briefs and action alerts on Islamophobia, bullying, and civil rights are great to look over and bring along to a meeting. You can also stay up to date on legislation going through Congress with our Hill Happenings newsletter.
Here are a few of ideas for issues to address:
Muslim Ban: Part of the new appropriations package includes a requirement to report to Congress about the Muslim Ban and visa waivers. This new measure will ensure that Congress studies this issue. But, it does not repeal it. Ask your members of Congress to support the No Ban Act. Your representative can support Rep. Judy Chu's (D-CA-27) H.R.2214 in the House and Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE)'s S.1123 in the Senate. The bill is aimed to end the Muslim Ban and prevent faith-based discrimination in immigration.
Dream and Promise Act: House Democrats have introduced the Dream and Promise Act. The bill, also known as HR6, allows children of undocumented immigrants and some immigrants with temporary humanitarian protections to apply for legal status. Ask your representative to support the bill.
Disaster Relief Funding: Places like North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, California, Puerto Rico, and other territories hit by major disasters have still not received needed funding. Please urge your Senators and Representative to fully fund disaster relief programs.
Census Immigration Question: Ask your senators to support the Every Person Counts Act in the Senate and your representative to support the Census IDEA Actin the House. These two pieces of legislation will remove the citizenship question that many believe will make both documented and undocumented residents in the United States too afraid to respond to the survey and therefore undercount those communities.
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The Poligon Team