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Why Write A Letter?

Discussion in 'Activism Discussion and Planning' started by Kentucky, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. Kentucky

    Kentucky Member

    Mar 3, 2006
    Below is a copy of an email that I received from the National Motorist's Association. Their reasons for writing apply just as well to the RKBA cause as they do to Motorist's Freedom.

  2. ComradeBurg

    ComradeBurg New Member

    Feb 20, 2009
    This is advice I give to people all the time. If you want to get your point across send an old fashion letter.

    I believe phone calls work decently well but e-mail is almost useless. It can be deleted or worse claimed that the spam filter auto-deleted it. E-mail is the least likely to actually get to the legislator as it's the easiest to ignore.
  3. chuckusaret

    chuckusaret member

    Dec 6, 2008
    West Palm Beach Florida
    I agree, as a town commissioner, I get hundreds of e-mails, letters and phone calls a week. I read most of the mail and answer when necessary and of course take and/or return all of the phone calls. I read the e-mail when I can get to it and thats about once a week. Needless to say I am three or four weeks behind in reading them. The ones that require action are assigned a priority number and worked when that number comes up. The rest that don't get a priority assigned are deleted without any action taken.

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