Effective Grassroots Lobbying

The single best way to influence Congress is to have their constituents identify a concern and express how it will impact their daily lives. Most members of Congress want to continue to represent their state and listen to those who voted for them. By establishing a personal relationship with your representatives and letting them know how you feel on issues, your concerns will be taken into account.

Don't stop with just your own Representative and Senators, either. You can make an impact with members of Congress in other districts of your own state, as well as members from other states. Private property and multiple-use issues are nationwide issues. Each member of Congress has the opportunity to decide the fate of any and all legislation that enters Committee or goes to the floor for a vote. Below are some tips to lobby effectively:


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