June 5 Is Call Congress Day

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Thousands of CCL volunteers will call their members of Congress on June 5 to lay the foundation for our June 11 Lobby Day in D.C. Calling our senators and representatives helps demonstrate constituent concern about climate change and increase congressional offices’ awareness of the Energy Innovation Act.

To make calling easy and to automatically track the number of calls made, volunteers can use this online action tool: cclusa.org/call. The tool provides a script and the phone numbers to call, and it reports the calls so we know how many calls were made.

When calling Representatives who have cosponsored the Energy Innovation Act, volunteers can express appreciation and request that their Representative ask one of their colleagues to join them as a cosponsor.

Volunteers can help to spread the word about the Call Congress Day on June 5 by visiting this Facebook event, clicking "Going," and then "Inviting Friends."

Posted by Flannery Winchester on May 15, 2019 1:43 PM America/Los_Angeles


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Sign up at    cclusa.org/text    to receive a text alert on June 5th with the link to the calling tool!
  • Posted Wed 15 May 2019 04:31 PM PDT

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