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Courage at Congress Campaign Materials

Materials you’ll need to organize, prepare for, and execute a legislator meeting

Meeting planning checklist 

Start by reviewing this step-by-step breakdown of the meeting planning process.

Pre-Meeting Materials

Meeting scheduling tip sheet
Congressional district offices have a specific process for scheduling meetings. This document helps you navigate it. The key: Be persistent!

Written Schedule Request Template
Most offices will require a written meeting request. You can insert your meeting details into this document and email it to the office.

Meeting Materials

Meeting execution tip sheet
Everything you need to know to make the most of your time with your legislator.

Sample meeting agenda
This agenda helps you guide a productive 30-minute conversation.

FASTER Act leave behind
To help reinforce the message you deliver during your meeting, print out this document and leave it with the legislator and/or their staff member.

Please use this version for Democrats. And use this one for Republicans

Post-Meeting Materials

Meeting feedback form
Providing feedback on your meeting to FARE’s Government Relations Team is important. The results of your meeting will help guide our team’s future communications with your legislator. And, we can help you answer any outstanding questions from your legislator.

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