50 Ways-Rockbridge

Research, Educate, Act

Take Action

 Here’s what to do when you’re ready to take action!

1. Get on the phone.

Call our U.S. Representative Bob Goodlatte and tell him (or really a staffer or an answering machine) how you feel about an issue. Bob doesn’t have a Lexington office, so feel free to call all five of his other offices:

  • Washington, DC: (202) 225-5431
  • Harrisonburg: (540) 432-2391
  • Staunton: (540) 885-3861
    • Debbie Garrett is District Supervisor
  • Lynchburg: (434) 845-8306
  • Roanoke: (540) 857-2672
    • When you call Roanoke, ask for Jennifer Faulkner, Goodlatte’s District Scheduler, and request a meeting with Goodlatte in person.

Call our Virginia Delegate Ben Cline and tell him too:

  • Amherst: (434) 946-9908
  • Richmond: (804) 698-1024

2. Write letters-to-the editor of Virginia newspapers.

If the topic concerns Congress and so all of our U.S. House district, submit to:

If a letter is too short to say it all, submit:

If the topic pertains to all of Virginia, submit to:

If the topic is specific to our Virginia House of Delegates district, submit to:

If you’re looking for other Virginia newspapers, look here:

3. Attend town hall meetings.

Bob Goodlatte:

A staffer from Bob Goodlatte’s office holds an “open door” meeting every third Thursday of the month from 9:00-10:30 at the Rockbridge County Administration Building at 150 South Main Street (second floor). Show up and ask lots of questions.

Ben Cline:

Ben Cline holds one town hall meeting in early January before the Virginia legislature session begins. It’s at the LDMS community center. We hope to have all of 50 Ways-Rockbridge there next time.

4. Attend 50 Ways Rockbridge meetings. Check the calendar for our next.

5. Join our Facebook page for daily updates.

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