Get ready for recess
The current recess period began July 31st and will continue through September 5th. Find when and where your representatives' next town halls, office hours, and other constituent events are happening at the Town Hall Project—and then get ready to engage with them by using our Recess Toolkit and other quick how-tos.
Recess Toolkit 2017
Learn how to effectively and respectfully engage with your members of Congress using this toolkit as your guide.
August Recess: Issue Updates
In this guide, you will find a brief overview of the current state of some of our most pressing issues, including guidance to use when talking to your representatives and actions you can take during the upcoming recess.
ACA "Thank You" Host Guide
Host “Thank You” events at your member’s district office to thank them for being never wavering “No” votes on health care repeal.
Pics or it didn't happen—make sure your efforts are seen and amplified! Here are some practical tips for getting the best shots at your events.
Every American deserves to be heard by their elected officials and get answers to their questions, especially when it comes to matters of life and death. If your member of Congress is too ashamed of having voted for a disastrous health care bill to face you and your neighbors, you can invite a more progressive representative from a neighboring district to do what yours won’t: talk about health care and this bill’s implications in your district.
This guide was created by the Center for American Progress, Indivisible, OFA, the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, and the Town Hall Project. It includes key facts, message guidance, and steps for inviting members of Congress to your district—and helps you get to work on hosting an event, tweeting, and bringing district-specific impact numbers into the public conversation.