Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Are you ready to advocate with new (maybe) CMs?

If voters in the District of Columbia elect new members of the Council, Communications for DC Advocates: How-to's and lessons learned over 15 years will come in handy.   This 40-page guide is full of how-tos, tips, and advice about writing letters and testimony, participating in meetings with DC Council and executive branch staff, and making phone calls.   But there's much more in the guide; take a look at the table of contents:

Section I: Writing to the Mayor and members of the DC Council, and ANCs
Section II: Writing to appointed officials
Section III: Preparing testimony and statements for the record
Section IV: Delivering testimony
Section V: After the hearing
Section VI: Executive branch agency hearings
Section VII: Commenting on proposed/emergency regulations
Section VIII: Fact sheets
Section IX: Meeting with elected and appointed officials
Section X: Briefing elected and appointed officials
Section XI: Meeting with legislative and executive branch staff
Section XII: Phone calls to elected officials
Section XIII: Facility tours
Section XIV: The value of nice
Section XV: Conclusion
Section XVI: Resources and extras

Buy the guide here for only $35 so you can have important how-to steps to engage new CMs at your fingertips.

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