Everyday Advocacy: Tips to Ease a “Terrifying” Congressional Visit

Joel Shoemaker


They say that any chance to demonstrate the value of our services to our local congressperson is invaluable and, really, must be taken. They say to always have your “elevator speech” with you, should the need for declaration arise. And they say that as long as you study your talking points and memorize the materials you are leaving behind, you’ll be fine. No pressure. Among other things, that’s what they say, anyway.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5860/cal.17.4.36


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