Do you want to help Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) children? Voice your opinion on the issue? Be heard? Your first step is: Know who your congressional representative is.
If you don’t know who your representative is, you’re not alone. Many of us don’t. Many also think their representatives are important people who get to do what they want, when they want. This is false. They work for you.
You should know what your representative votes on. You can be involved during elections on issues that matter to you. If you are pro-DACA, don’t keep it to yourself. Tell your representatives. They listen. The more people who write or call them, the better.
First, find your congressional representative and his or her contact information. You can also understand how your congressional representative votes.
Want an easy way to support DACA? Use one of the many standard, pre-drafted messages available to you online. We recommend using one of these reputable organizations:
- U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants
- Interfaith Immigration Coalition
- United Methodist Church
Your boss and your clients hold you accountable for what you do. They want to know what you’re doing with your time and with their money.
With DACA, this is your time to be the boss. Tell your congressional employee how you feel about the issues that matter to you. Keep letting them know where you stand each and every election cycle.
Without you, DACA will not happen.
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