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Why Write A Letter?

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

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  1. Kentucky

    Kentucky Member

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    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

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    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

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    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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