Political Involvement

Political Citizenship

Contact Your Lawmakers in Washington, D.C.
Remember, your representative and senators work for you. Not the other way around. CitizenLink is here to help you be involved in the political process. If you’ve never called your elected officials, give it a try today. If you’d rather e-mail your lawmakers, CitizenLink can help. However you choose to take action, remember the steps: Be Concise. Be Confident. Be Courteous.

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Does the thought of contacting your lawmaker make you nervous?

Do you feel hesitant or unprepared when Focus on the Family Action asks you to call your lawmakers on a big issue?

Focus Action is here to make the process as smooth as possible.

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Recent News

Massachusetts: The Tragic and Confusing Case of Justina Pelletier

CitizenLink is proud to work with the Massachusetts Family Institute and other family policy organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Learn more about the one in your state. The common question for many regarding the Justina Pelletier case is, “How is this happening?” Justina’s parents just want their daughter [...]

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Featured Blog

U.S. Senators Introduce Immigration-Reform Bill

This morning, Senator Charles Schumer filed the U.S. Senates’  long-awaited comprehensive immigration reform bill. You can read the text of the 844-page bill, titled the ‘‘Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act’’ here. According to Fox News (The Associated Press contributed), Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., expressed his optimism about the bill: “This bill marks [...]

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