|CONTACT THE WHITE HOUSE|
|Begin at the top! Contact President Bill Clinton at The White House,
1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, DC 20500. (202) 456-1111.
Complete the web feedback form at www.whitehouse.gov/WH/Mail/html/Mail_President.html
or send email directly to email@example.com
Or approach the real powerbroker, Hillary Rodham Clinton, via her web site which has a feedback form: http://www.whitehouse.gov/WH/EOP/First_Lady/html/HILLARY_Home.html Email her directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Give feedback to Vice President Al Gore at email@example.com or Mrs. Tipper Gore at firstname.lastname@example.org
|CONTACT FEDERAL SENATORS & CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES|
|The main web site for the United States Senate is www.senate.gov
California Senator Barbara Boxer can be reached via her web site www.senate.gov/~boxer
or by email at Senator@Boxer.senate.gov
The main web site for the U.S. House of Representatives is www.house.gov and the member search interface is at www.house.gov/writerep
The honorable Lois Capps represents California's 22nd district.
Her web site is at www.house.gov/capps/
and her email address is email@example.com
|CONTACT STATE REPRESENTATIVES|
|In San Luis Obispo, our state representatives are Assemblymen Tom Bordonaro
and State Senator Jack O'Connell. Students from out-of-the-area might
contact the legislators serving their hometown. Easy to enter your zip
code into a search directory at www.leginfo.ca.gov/yourleg.html
to find contact information for appropriate representatives.
|COUNTY & CITY CONTACTS FOR SAN LUIS OBISPO|
|The official listing of contacts for the City of San Luis Obispo can
be found at:
Mayor Allen Settle can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors maintains a web site at http://www.slonet.org/vv/ipslocao/ Email to this address will reach the supervisors: email@example.com
|SAMPLE EMAIL FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS|
|Dear _____________ : Please support Senate Bill 1896
regarding student fees in public postsecondary education. This bill would
reduce the education and registration fees charged to resident graduate
students in the California State University system. Fees for the
1999-2000 fiscal year would be reduced by five percent below the level
charged during the 1997-98 fiscal year. Undergraduate students have already
benefited from a similar rollback in 1998 fees.
As a graduate student at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, I have been delighted
by the high quality of the education provided by the CSU system. Although
tuition costs are reasonable, particularly in comparison to private institutions,
I struggle each quarter to cover the expenses of my education. I urge you
to vote "yes" on SB-1896 so that higher education will remain feasible,
accessible, and affordable for self-supporting students on moderate budgets.
Sincerely . . .
|RESOURCES FOR STUDENT ACTIVISTS|