Being a Rural Advocate at Home, In the Capitol
March 11, 2021
By JORDAN FEYERHERM
Community Development Manager
Center for Rural Affairs
Democracy needs input from citizens to thrive, but figuring out how to share your voice and have an impact on government can be challenging.
Whether you are interested in federal, state, or local policy, you can interact directly with elected officials by writing, calling, or visiting your representatives. While testifying in person is the most effective way, we understand not everyone is comfortable in that setting. Other options include writing letters to the editor or sharing information on social media.