WHAT WE DO
It's a new day in the USA & we must take action and fight for our rights!
Let YOUR Senators & Reps know your STATE of mind!
We've been doing this since 10 days after the Election - and it WORKS!
Influence policy with Postcards for America #postcardsforAmerica Elected Officials at all levels. In-depth Actions & Addresses.
Plus, action is the antidote to despair!
ACTION: We postcard to each of our own Senators & Representatives at National & State level.
Postcard (or Electronic Postcard) them about Suggested Topics which are kept updated.
Postcards for America gives you PC2As (Postcarders Calls to Action) on key bills, topics and issues so you have all the info you need to write your Reps about your concerns.
Addresses, background information and even Suggested Wording provided.
(See the links under the Icons by Topic.)
Remind your Representatives, at all levels, that they are representing you and let them know that you are watching!
This IS making a difference! You can make a difference!
ALL 50 STATES have members in the closed Postcards for America FB group here:
And follow the Public #PostcardsforAmerica Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/postcardsforAmerica/
Follow on Twitter @postcards4USA
HOW WE DO IT
1 Get picture postcards from your home state, or design your own
Check gift shops at local tourist sites and museums, gas stations, and truck stops. Or, order state postcards on Amazon. You can also design your own at VistaPrint or other online printers where you might normally order holiday photo cards. There is also a list under the "Allies" of places that do free downloadable activism postcards and others that sell them.
2 Buy 35¢ postcard stamps at the post office
or order online at USPS.com.
3 Write a polite message
You can write about your concerns, or use our PC2As (Postcarders Calls to Action) links to find current topics, addresses, and suggested wording.
Be sure to include #PostcardsforAmerica or @postcards4USA so they know you are part of the group.
4 Sign your Name and put your Address.
Make sure that the Senator or Representative knows you are their constituent and a voter in their district ― that's who they care about!
(If writing to other than your own Rep, use the Committee addresses.)
5 Address it, affix a stamp and mail it.
Visit our Addresses page for the contact information you need.