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Your Most Important Advocate Duty
By Amanda Stratton, Manager, Grassroots & Advocacy Outreach
The election may be over, but your job is not done! Being an advocate for the AIA means more than just voting – it is even more important to forge relationships with your legislators and members of their staff. What can you do right now to start the process? Check out our latest video to find out:
Consult our seven steps to scheduling an in-district meeting to see just how simple it is to set up a meeting. AIA Advocacy has also already developed talking points for you to use in your meeting, and will be providing a full list of newly-elected legislators with their office contact information as it becomes available.
If you can schedule a meeting with your newly elected members of Congress or their staff, send us an email to let us know. AIA Advocacy staff will make sure that you have the support and tools you need to start building strong relationships immediately.
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