There are many ways that you can help build the peace voting bloc and make this a movement that the politicians can no longer ignore! We have seven great ideas for you below, as well as resources to help you get started. If you have any additional ideas, email them to action [@] VotersForPeace.org. We welcome your feedback!
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1. Start your own VotersForPeace pledge drive!
You can help build the peace movement by downloading our pledge form and getting all of your friends and family to sign the pledge. Better yet, use the pledge as a way to build your own membership base and community visibility! Use it as leverage to meet with local candidates and incumbents, create a media buzz around the pledge, and show your elected officials that they cannot ignore peace voters!
Download the Voters' Pledge sign-up form
2. Host or attend a Cancelled Check Party!
Host a Cancelled Check party to divert hard cash contributions from pro-war candidates. We give you all the tools you need to sign-up to host, find, or organize a party!
3. Display a VotersForPeace lawn sign or bumper sticker!
4. Contact your members of Congress
5. Write letters to the editor
Tips for writing a letter that will be published -- coming soon!
Read this example of a letter to the editor
People often have "email signatures" about something that Margaret Mead or Gandhi said. Put the Voters' Pledge in your e-signature and spread the word about the pledge to everyone in your email network!
7. Advertise the VotersForPeace pledge on your website or print materials!
You can link to our pledge page from your website using one of logos below. Click on the image to get the full graphic and URL location. For the full html code to link to our pledge page, click on the file name below the graphic.
8. VotersForPeace flyer
The next time you go to a community event, have the VotersForPeace flyer on hand to pass out! (Tip: Print the 2-page document double-sided to produce the leaflet.)
9. Join the VotersForPeace yahoo group
Take part in the national conversation about the Voters' Pledge. Post tips for fellow activists, discuss strategy, or simply share your thoughts on how to build the peace movement. To subscribe, send an email to: [email protected]