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Get Engaged

Democracy - a government in which the power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving periodically held free elections. As engaged citizens,  besides the critical mandate of voting in both local and national elections, we need to be active in telling our representatives what we think about pressing issues in society today. Our voice is needed now more than ever and we are depending on YOU to help us amplify it!

MOBB United for Social Change strongly encourages active engagement as a means to change. We have attended rallies, sent pink postcards to local and national representatives, met with officials to voice our concerns on Capital Hill, and continue to partner strategically with organizations that have missions that align with our goals. We have had successes with strong participation and ask you to join us on the frontlines of change. Please check out our local chapters and reach out to any of the state chapter representatives to get started!

So who represents you? 

Print out this form and fill it in with info from the links below. Keep it handy for when the issues needing your input arise, as they will... again, and again, and again.

Who Represents Me?

Find your federal legislators

Find your state legislators

Visit the state websites below to search based on your address. Some of the state sites are much easier to use than others. If your state's site is difficult to navigate, try this independent one - Open:States

Pending Legislation

At both the federal and state levels, you can search for pending legislation and set up alerts to keep yourself informed as the pending bills move through the process. Congress provides access to search and notification tools through the national website. Many of the state websites have this info also, but there are independent organizations that have standardized the search across all states that are very easy to use. An example is listed below.