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NEW ADVOCACY TOOLS

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People attending Advocating for Change Day 2015 were given a new Advocacy Toolkit that includes lots of helpful information to hone your advocacy skills.  For those that were unable to attend, you can find the new resources made available to participants at the links below:

Again, these tools are given to ID Action registrants that sign up to receive infoNET.  So if you know of others that would like to directly receive these and other ID Action benefits, have them join ID Action now!

Make sure you mark your calendar for Advocating for Change Day 2017 - April 5, 2017!

Rep. Kevin Koester of Ankeny speaks with a constituent at Advocating for Change Day.

President of the Senate Pam Jochum of Dubuque has lunch with her constituents.

Advocates lobby their legislator, Representative Chris Hagenow of Windsor Heights.

Senator Amanda Ragan of Mason City, who chairs the Senate Health/Human Services Budget, gets tips from advocates from her district.