Call Your MoC About
- What to do when your MOC’s voicemail box is full (posted on 24 September 2020)
- #RBG’s Replacement (posted on 22 September 2020)
- The Post Office Monkey Shines of the Trump Regime (posted on 15 August 2020)
- The Coronavirus Relief Package (posted on 20 July 2020)
- Stopping the Federal Police Agencies in Portland (posted on 19 July 2020)
- The HEROES Act (posted on 10 July 2020)
This is my solution to the problems with trying to post about bills and issues that we as members of the informed electorate should be contacting our members of Congress about. A weekly column proved to be too much both timewise for a part-time blogger and a full-time citizen as well as taking up too much space on the front page of blog posts.
My solution: I’m trying a page called Call Your MoC in which I do two things: (1) I link to individual pages for all of the individual pieces of legislation that I’m highlighting where you can find summaries of the legislation and scripts for calling your MoC and (2) the usual tips, other things you can do, contact information links, and link to Indivisible that you found in all of the Call Your MoC blog posts.
I’ll post a post now and again pointing readers to the Call Your MoC page, but if you’re like me and think a weekly call to your MoC is not too much to ask for from an informed involved electorate, then you’ll bookmark and check back frequently.
Let me know how it goes in the comments!