How to Talk So Your Legislators Will Listen
Brush up on your civics savviness and join the next event in a monthly series of programs on civics and democracy in the Woodbury Room of the Jones Library at 3 pm on Saturday, October 19, 2019.
Learn the most effective ways to reach your state legislators and make your voice heard on issues that are important to you in this non-partisan presentation by Nancy Brumback. Learn at what point in the legislation process is communication from constituents the most effective. Discover why it is important to contact legislators even when you know they agree with you.
Nancy Brumback is currently Co-Chair for Program and Action, and she also chairs the Legislative Action Committee, overseeing LWVMA’s activity at the State House. Brumback represents LWVMA on coalitions to combat voter suppression and reform election laws with such organizations as Common Cause, ACLU and MassVOTE.
This program is co-sponsored by the Amherst League of Women Voters. The Civics & Democracy Series is funded by the Friends of the Jones Libraries and the Woodbury Fund.
Free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Janet Ryan at 413/259-3223.