Tools to Reach Members of Congress

  • Coordinated Calls: Calls are a light lift, but can have an impact. Call your MoC at an opportune moment about a specific issue.
  • District Office Visits:  Every MoC has one or several district offices. Go there. Demand a meeting with the MoC. Report to the world if they refuse to listen. Take photos, make a video - even if they are not there.
  • Public Events:  Find out where your MoC will be.  Don’t let your MoC get a photo-op without pointed questions about racism, authoritarianism, and corruption. Take video. Take photos.
  • Town Halls:  MoCs regularly hold public in-district events to show that they are listening to constituents. We hope.  Make them listen to you - request Town Hall meetings and understand that it is also news if your MoC refuses to respond or participate.  Document your efforts.  Contact the media. D3 Indivisible is actively working to plan a Town Hall on the Western Slope in the coming months. The Town Hall Project is a great tool for keeping track of where MoCs are and when. 
There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice,
but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.
— Elie Weisel