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    Senator Chuck Grassley
    721 Federal Building
    210 Walnut Street
    Des Moines, IA 50309
    Phone: 515-288-1145
    Fax: 515-288-5097

    (I'm not from Iowa, but have been here a few years & vote)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinnity View Post
    I think writing them is the best impact - better than an email or phone call.
    I suggest pre-stamped post cards ( tip-o-the-hat to Calypo Jones for that little gem). Buy some and keep them in your desk or wallet. When writing Senators, use this format................

    The Honorable (full name)
    United States Senate
    (Room #) (Name) Senate Office Building
    Washington, DC 20510

    Example:
    The Honorable Rand Paul
    United States Senate
    124 Russell Senate Office Bldg.
    Washington DC 20510-1703


    ...............the staff will know you're respectful and informed and that may help you get attention from the many other pieces of mail. Also, CJ pointed out to me that if you use a post card, your mail goes straight through. Letters have to be sorted, opened, and checked for Ricin or whatever - so they go to a big sorting facility before being sent to the Senator you've written.
    BING!!!

    Phew! Aren't you glad I deleted that old sig?

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    I'm calling my Senator (Burr) this morning and tell his office he better get on board for Trump, because this is payback for 8 years of obama and for giving the R's the House and Senate and they did nothing. NOTHING.

    SO. If he doesn't support Trump, I'm going to NOT vote for a senator this fall - I'll leave it blank.

    Any of you who live in NC, the number is above and there are other numbers above to contact your critters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinnity View Post
    I think writing them is the best impact - better than an email or phone call.
    I suggest pre-stamped post cards ( tip-o-the-hat to Calypo Jones for that little gem). Buy some and keep them in your desk or wallet. When writing Senators, use this format................

    The Honorable (full name)
    United States Senate
    (Room #) (Name) Senate Office Building
    Washington, DC 20510

    Example:
    The Honorable Rand Paul
    United States Senate
    124 Russell Senate Office Bldg.
    Washington DC 20510-1703


    ...............the staff will know you're respectful and informed and that may help you get attention from the many other pieces of mail. Also, CJ pointed out to me that if you use a post card, your mail goes straight through. Letters have to be sorted, opened, and checked for Ricin or whatever - so they go to a big sorting facility before being sent to the Senator you've written.
    Is it OK to use "Dishonorable"? Both my senators are Democrats.

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    today on Rush...a caller asked Rush...what do we do as trump supporters/voters to support trump as president. Rush said he'd been asked this question for 30 years...and it's changed slightly NOW with this situation. HE SAYS....write the senators and reps....yours and anyone elses and tell them.....Trump is legitimately elected (this is my idea here) and no matter what YUGE lie or how many lies you come up with, we are with President Trump 100% All the way. You send cards, have your family and friends send cards.

    My thought again..INUNDATE THEM with these cards and letters. I do cards because I can do them quickly and drop them in the mail anywhere. PLUS, things in envelopes are slower to be delivered..part of that is the holding office where they are checked for anthrax etc. A post card is not a problem. I purchase the pre-stamped ones.

    Lets do this.

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    I'm doing this too. I hope others here will do. This is something we can do for a few dollars. @Calypso Jones, how much do the pre-stamped post cards cost?

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    Pre stamped post card is .37 each....you can get a hundred for $37.00 or you can purchase 50 for about 18.50. I try to get them by the 100 because I use them up fast.
    Last edited by Calypso Jones; 03-06-2017 at 06:54 PM.

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