I need some advice. I recently sent emails to two of my local assembly members on a non 2A issue. I din't know it at the time (if I did I wouldn't have sent the emails), but they took all the emails on that issue and published them in a searchable data base. With my name on it. So I am now forever connected to that. I'm a public employee, and I work in a very public, highly scrutinized field. I get doxxed at least a couple times per year. (For example, my voter registration is public information, so I deliberately register as independent/no party affiliate, so people can't (easily) accuse me of partisanship. Now I find myself wanting to contact my US Senator regarding anti gun statements she made recently in connection with the COVID19 aid package, but it would be unwise for me, professionally, to permanently and publicly go on the record on any political issue, especially this one. How can I, as a voter, communicate my concerns to my elected officials in an anonymous fashion that protects my privacy, my job, and my personal safety, while still holding credibility with politicians?