Let's get Involved!
Are you good with words? If so, why not write a letter to the editor? The easiest way to do this is to write your letter in word or a text editor. When you're happy with it, save it and then post it to either (or both) of the local papers and/or the Atlanta Journal Constitution. For the local papers, go to this site - http://www.tribuneledgernews.com/
Click on the "Submit Letter" tab on the top left side of the screen. You probably have a better chance the Ledger News (the third line on the screen). Fill out the form and then copy and paste your letter into the box.
You can also email your letter to the AJC - the address to send to is : [email protected] Be sure to put in an eye-catching title and then copy and past your masterpiece into the message section of your email document and click the ole send button.
On your letters, be sure to include your phone number because if they're interested in publishing it, they call to verify that you wrote it.
Join Indivisible - a Democratic grass-roots movement of voter advocacy and involvement. All politics is local, so the saying goes. Network with other Democrats to make your/our voices heard. Go to one of the following to join and get involved:
Twitter: @indivisible_ga @indivisiblega11
Email: [email protected]
Red Clay rebellion - [email protected]
Indivisible Cobb County FB - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1276600762418077/
You can download the manual at his link: https://www.indivisibleguide.com/ and this looks like a really good link with lots of informative info to get you started.
A new group that just formed out of the Women's March is called Cherokee Action Huddle and you can email them at:
Join or renew your ACLU membership at: