Using the Scorecards
There are a few easy ways for you to put this valuable information to action. The first is in the voting booth: ultimately, the most effective way to make sure our leaders uphold our values is to hold them accountable through our votes and donations when they run for office. Additionally, the scorecards are a valuable resource to inform your participation in Resolve's campaigns and to utilize in your own advocacy actions. You can incorporate this tool when you:
1) Email your Member of Congress, which can be done directly from the scorecard pages.
2) Write an Editorial to your local newspaper about the crisis, referencing the score your elected representative received, and calling for your leaders to take stronger action for peace.
3) Lead or Attend a Meeting in person, either by participating in a Resolve campaign (like the Lobby Days in Washington, DC or the organization's local lobbying initiatives) or by attending a public Town Hall meeting, which your Senators and Representatives organize regularly, and asking a question about this issue.