How to contact your Members of Congress
Resistbot is one of the easiest ways to send your message to your Members of Congress.
Text resist to 50409, then follow the instructions they will give you.
Type “fax” to send a fax, or “email” to send email.
You can send a message to your representatives in the House and Senate in under 2 minute just like that.
Learn more about Resistbot at https://resistbot.news/
From your computer, go to the Resistbot Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/resistbot/ and click “Send Message”.
Here are some alternatives
Fax your legislators for free: Reps: https://faxzero.com/fax_congress.php
and Senate: https://faxzero.com/fax_senate.php
and Governor https://faxzero.com/fax_governor.php
and even Attorney General Jeff Sessions (while he’s still around) https://faxzero.com/fax_attorney_general/
Find Official Senator Twitter Id, Senate Staff Twitter Id, Campaign/Other ID, Facebook Accounts here:
Find representatives on Twitter here:
If your senators and reps aren’t saved in your phone yet, text your US postal address to (520) 200-2223 and get a text back with your STATE & FEDERAL legislative rep phone numbers.
MEMBERS OF CONGRESS DISTRICT 39
Dianne Feinstein, Senior Senator from California
Kamala Harris, Junior Senator from California
Phone: (202) 224-3553
Fax: (202) 224-2200
Ed Royce, Representative from California District 39
Rowland Heights Office
Fax: (202) 226-0335
|Federal Election Commission –
Learn all about any Federal candidates who have filed with the FEC. Who they are. Where their money comes from, and where it goes. For example Candidates for House California 39 2018
As of 8/11/17 the FEC shows 7 candidates in the 2018 California House district 39 election:
|CASTANEDA, JULIO MR.||NONE|
|JANOWICZ, PHIL ANDREW DR.||DEMOCRATIC|
|ROYCE, ED MR.||REPUBLICAN|
The Indivisible Guide Video
They inspired us to found our own local group.
Neighboring Indivisible Groups ? Websites/Facebook/Contacts
Find all the other Indivisible groups in and around our CA 39.
Filmmaker and activist Michael Moore launched The Resistance Calendar, which features an extensive list of rallies taking place on any given day across the United States. The events listed focus on advancing progressive policies, and stopping the Trump agenda.
(Indivisible, Women’s March, Working Families Party, ACLU, etc.)
Weekly call; Sundays at 5pm Pacific. RSVP. Click on photo above to link to website.
5 Calls MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD
Turn your passive participation into active resistance. Facebook likes and Twitter retweets can’t create the change you want to see. Calling your Government on the phone can. Spend 5 minutes, make 5 calls. Click on photo above to link to website.
“he promised a wall. he will be stopped by a wall of us.”
Subscribe to get FOUR CONCRETE ACTS OF RESISTANCE DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX EACH WEEK.
Two Sites That Regularly Post Actions
Just a reminder of two, well done lists that regularly post actions (and to which you can subscribe). Click on photos above to link to websites.
I Am NOT a Paid Protester
I’m sharing this badge you can print and cut out. You can write your zip code in the space in the middle. When we are at Ed Royce’s office, town hall meetings or Listening Projects, it can be one way of saying “I am NOT a paid protester!” (and if the design looks a little familiar, it’s inspired by the Real California Milk logo). – Cindy Calisher – Click image for full sized picture
We will be posting these Senate Watch Reports every week or so, as time allows, covering activities of our US Senators, upcoming bills, news, etc.
These reports are written by Indivisible CA 39 member, Gayle K. Brunelle. They contain Action Items and other features. And each report shows Committee Highlights, all Standing Senate Committees and their current activities (with links to every committee’s web sites, in case you want to learn more about each them and their activities), and likewise, the Select and Special Committees with links. These are well documented, with many links to sources and resources to help you dig further into the facts.
Each report is available as a web page, and as a PDF file.
|Date||Web Page||PDF doc|
|June 15, 2017||Senate_Watch_June_15.htm||Senate_Watch_June_15.pdf|
|June 25, 2017||Senate_Watch_June_25.htm||Senate_Watch_June_25.pdf|
|July 7, 2017||Senate_Watch-July-7-2017.htm||Senate_Watch-July-7-2017.pdf|
|July 14, 2017||Senate_Watch_July_14.htm||Senate_Watch_July_14.pdf|
IndivisibleGuide – TRACK WHAT’S HAPPENING IN CONGRESS