How to Contact Your Members of Congress Directly
Want to make your voice heard in Congress without going to Capitol Hill? Here are our top tactics for getting in front of your U.S. senators and representatives — in person, in writing, and over the phone.
Call Out Officials Who Oppose Abortion
Learn how to publicly question anti-abortion lawmakers and share a recording of your interaction far and wide.
Protest at Lawmakers’ Local Offices
If your congressperson opposes abortion rights, follow these tips to stage a protest at their local office.
Ask Questions at Town Halls
Town halls are great places to meet your lawmakers in person and get them on record about their stance on abortion rights.
Sample Script: Questions to Ask Congresspeople
Use this list of questions to get your U.S. senators and representatives on record on abortion.
Protest Signs and Slogans: Use Inclusive Language
Here’s how to write signs that ensure every abortion rights advocate feels at home in our movement.
Take Action From Home
Can't meet your representatives in person? Call or email them, or write a letter to the editor of a newspaper.