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Last Updated:
February 08, 2018

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Professional organization Advocacy links

Legislative Advocacy

  • Federal
    • Contact/Find your legislator  Enter your zip code to find your elected officials; you can email your Representative directly from this web site. To find your national representatives, name, phone number, address, email and web address, candidate profile visit: www.vote-usa.org
    • To find out more about your national representatives, their party affiliation, background, committee assignments, voting record by going to a map: visit http://www.cqpolitics.com
    • To write or call your representatives, find their committee and subcommittee assignments, find legislation: Access federal legislative activity including committee business by bill number, key words at www.senate.gov for the US Senate and http://clerk.house.gov of the clerk for US House of Representatives.
    • Discover a bill's status: Thomas Search Engine for Library of Congress: http://thomas.loc.gov/home/thomas.php
  • State/Local links
    • To contact your State legislators, county reps, governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and voice your opinion, visit www.Vote-usa.org
    • To find useful general information about your state, including vital records, with links to many sites, access www.50states.com
    • Track what issues are currently being focused on at the state level state level through the National Conference of State Legislatures : www.ncsl.org
  • Other government links
    • Federal Agencies and commissions links www.whitehouse.gov and www.usa.gov
    • Federal Register to access rules, proposed rules, comments, and notices of Federal agencies and Organizations- including executive orders and Presidential documents. www.federalregister.gov
    • For Comprehensive disability related information and resources by topic or state: www.disability.gov

Please note that the AACPDM Advocacy Committee provides the links above for informational purposes only. The appearance of a link on this page does not indicate endorsement or recommendation of the content on the linked website by the AACPDM and/or the members of the Advocacy Committee.