The time to speak up and be heard is RIGHT NOW! Massachusetts legislators have until Friday to decide which bills they will cosponsor. Do you want your elected officials to cosponsor bills that uplift families?
Calling your elected officials is easy and effective. Sometimes it only take one or two calls from constituents to convince a legislator to add their name to a bill. By taking five minutes to call your state representative and senator, you can bring us another step closer to making Massachusetts a more equitable state.
- Look up who your state representative and state senator are.
- Call call your state representative and senator. Here’s a script you can use:
Hi, my name is _______ and I live in ______. I believe that we need to do more to make childcare, housing, and economic opportunity more accessible to families in Massachusetts. I’m calling to ask [Rep / Senator]______ to cosponsor several bills that are important to me. Those bills are:
– SD 1744 / HD 1879 An Act Relative to Affordable and Accessible High Quality Early Education and Care cosponsored by Sen. Cindy Friedman and Rep. Ken Gordon
– SD 1881 An Act Relative to the Scheduling of Employees sponsored by Sen. Marc Pacheco
– SD 1709 / HD 3300 Fair Share Amendment cosponsored by Sen. Jason Lewis and Rep. Jim O’Day
– SD 1143 / HD 1719 Work and Family Mobility Act cosponsored by Sen. Brendan Crighton and Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier
– SD 334 / HD 414 An Act supporting affordable housing with a local option for a fee to be applied to certain real estate transactions cosponsored by Sen. Joseph Boncore and Rep. Mike Connolly
- Let us know how it went: Fill out the form below so we know who we need to follow up with!