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Sample Letter to Congress about Science

My name is [your name]. I live in [your town] and I am a constituent of [your representative/policymaker].

I am a PRO-SCIENCE VOTER.

I am writing to ask you to SUPPORT [name of relevant measures or scientific issue].

In order to build strong and healthy communities in [your state and/or country] we must use our best-available knowledge and the scientific consensus to make policy decisions. Therefore, we have to support scientific research and scientists in order for good policymaking to be possible.

I urge you to support [this measure or issue] because it will help scientists and scientific research better serve your constituents and our communities.  

[Give an example of how this policy will help you and your community, or how good science policy has helped your community in the past.  Tell your story.]

Please stand with me in supporting policy that makes good science possible, and takes advantage of good science to make decisions that affect all of us. Thank you!

Compose your letter online using Herd on the Hill technical partner StampsLicked.org

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Herd on the Hill volunteers will hand-deliver your letter to the DC office of your MoC

Your letter prints immediately at Herd on the Hill offices in DC

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Volunteers advocate on your behalf with congressional office staff

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Hand-Delivery

It's a simple process; you only need to do Step #1!

Herd on the Hill is a volunteer-run organization in the District of Columbia, whose volunteers, many of whom are DC residents, have no voting representation in Congress. Our mission is to elevate constituent issues with Congress through hand-delivery of letters, advocacy with congressional staff, and facilitating communication between constituents and their Members of Congress.

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