SRW CALLS TO ACTION
January 16, 2019
NHSRW calls on every member to contact the NH Congressional Delegation and tell them to stop playing politics and fund Border Security including the Border Wall. We support President Trump's reasonable request for border security to stop the flow of deadly drugs into NH, end the humanitarian crisis, and prevent gang members or known criminals from harming women and children.
Ask Senator Shaheen why she supported “700 miles of boarder fencing” as stated on her 2014 website when she was running against Scott Brown. Ask the Senator why her position has dramatically changed. https://jeanneshaheen.org/nh/
Ask Senator Hassan why, after a visit last May to the border in El Paso and McAllen, Texas, stated then that "a physical barrier may be appropriate” along some stretches but does not believe this now. https://www.concordmonitor.com/Hassan-goes-to-U-S-border-with-mexico-says-US-might-need-a-wall-17353557
Ask newly elected Rep. Chris Pappas why he continues to vote in lock step with Speaker Pelosi (perhaps as a payback for the last minute $800K injection of funds into his campaign) and why he ignores the will of his constituents.
Many of us wonder if phone calls and emails work. The simple answer is YES! By joining together and making our SRW voices heard, our elected officials will take notice.
Do your part: Make the phone call! Write the email!
330 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
Phone: (202) 224-3324
506 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
Phone: (202) 224-2841
Representative Chris Pappas
Unites States Congress
323 Cannon House Office Building
Washington DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-5456
September 25, 2018
SRW Members - if you have a minute today, please consider contacting Senator Susan Collins and urging her to support the Kavanaugh nomination. They may vote as early as tomorrow and we NEED her vote!
Use the contact form below to email her:
Thank you! Let's do this!
September 29, 2018
CALL TO ACTION - SRW Members, we need to contact Senator Maggie Hassen and ask her to explain why she ignored the multiple cases of sexual assault at PEA while her husband was principle (and later censured) for mishandling these serious charges.
Read the newspaper account for details: