Hill Day Survival Guide II: The “Do’s” of Hill Day

by admin on June 29, 2011

We kicked off the Hill Day Survival Guide with Policy Associate Rebecca Farley’s run down of the event itself and also 3 ways to impact public policy. But what about what you’re actually supposed to do once you’re standing in front of your legislator or their staff? What should you say? What’s too much? What’s too little? And for crying out loud what if you don’t know the answer to a question?! ┬áRest easy, Chuck Ingoglia (Vice President of Public Policy) and Mohini Venkatesh (Senior Director of Public Policy) walk you through exactly what to do on lobbying day.


Some of the top “Do’s” for Hill Day include:

  • DO: Be yourself!
  • DO: Invite your representative to visit your organization when they are in the district.
  • DO: Put current issues in the context of your work so

See you at Hill Day 2011 soon. In the mean time keep Tweeting with #HillDay2011 or stop by Facebook to catch our preparations and the Advocacy Tips of the Day. Or, of course, register for Hill Day for free!

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