As we watch things unfold in Washington D.C., it is critical that our message on Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act be communicated to our House and Senate members, as well as the White House. Any cuts to these programs are unwanted, unnecessary, and will do great harm to all of us. Now more than ever, we need to let our representatives know that they will be held accountable on these issues.
To get our elected representatives to commit to vetoing all cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, Social Security Works has created several tools that will help engaged Americans to effectively meet with their House members and Senators. These include guides for grassroots activists, tips and talking points for effective meetings, and resources about these critical programs.
Please join us in making sure the American people are heard by their elected officials on these critical issues!
Tips, Talking Points, and Reporting Forms for Meetings with House and Senate Offices
Talking Points for Grassroots Activists
Effective Visits with Your House or Senate Member
How to Lead a Meeting with a House or Senate Office
Suggested “Asks” when Meeting with Congressional Offices
Reporting Form for Grassroots Activists (printable form)
Online reporting form for grassroots activists
Materials to “Leave Behind” on Meetings with House and Senate Offices
Social Security Works State Reports: State-level information and data (View 2015 State Reports for information on Medicare and Medicaid.)
Polling on Social Security and Medicare
Resources for Grassroots Activists
Congressional Calendar – Find out when your Representative and Senators are on recess
Upcoming Town Halls with Your Members of Congress
Indivisible Guide: Best Practices for Making Congress Listen