Letters (intended here to also include emails) are a great way to make your position known to policymakers, make an ask, say thank you, or express your concern about a vote or position taken. Keep in mind that governors and state legislators receive a lot of mail, so you’ll want to give careful thought to its construction.
Grasstops sign-on letters follow the same format and rules as affiliate organization letters, but they are signed by a group of leaders within the community. This is a great organizing tool to cultivate, engage, and focus grasstops support.
Some suggestions for grasstops signers:
Note that the sign-on letter can be used with other groups of individuals sharing similar characteristics. For example, a letter signed by a number of artists or arts and culture organizations could be very persuasive. This article can provide more information on forming and working with grasstop groups.
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