How to contact your elected officials
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your legislative districts
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Contact the President
Each even year, the NCWU member organizations produce a "Draft Agenda" that
forms the basis for local discussions around the state. These local meetings
inform citizens on the issues, and collect information on local priorities
that will inform NCWU efforts at the start of the new legislative session.
Reports on the Legislative Sessions
NCWU has released summary reports on the long sessions of the legislature.
See below for reports from our member organizations on the short session.
Other NCWU information
NCWU has developed a rich set of e-mail lists to support its communication
on issues related to its goals. More about NCWU e-mail lists...
NCWU is also using the following communication methods:
If you'd like to help the communications committee with any of these efforts, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women's Legislative Agendas
These documents have been presented to the Legislators at Women's Advocacy
Day in Raleigh.
These documents, prepared by member organizations of NC Women United, form
the basis for the biennial Women's Agenda Assemblies. The feedback from those
meetings and other information from member advocates is now used to produce
the "Women's Legislative Agenda" (see above).
Writing to your Legislator: Why and How
Training for Women in Public Service
The NC Center for Women in Public Service, www.nccwps.org,
offers one-day workshops and an intensive three-weekend summer institute for women
interested in elected or appointed public office. It is sponsored by two NCWU
members, the Women's Forum of NC and Peace College.