Advocacy Resources

Have you ever found yourself thinking, "Wow, that's terrible. I should do something." after seeing the latest headline about local politics?

Well, you definitely can. We're here to help.

The ACLU of Wyoming has compiled several resources for fine tuning your advocacy skills to make your case with local and national elected officials. We'll show you effective ways on how to incorporate advocacy into your daily life starting today. 

Together, we can improve the lives of Wyoming, reduce inequities, and spread best practices across the state. 

Please Note: As a local activist, you don’t represent the ACLU of Wyoming as an organization. You represent your own causes as a concerned community member. This is critical to local advocacy. As you work on your campaign(s), your voice will be stronger as representative of your community. If anyone is looking for comment about a formal ACLU of Wyoming position, please contact us.

Research Your Elected Officials

Before you establish a relationship with your elected officials, you'll need to do your research! It's important to know their voting history and even previous campaign commitments to hold them accountable.

July 14, 2020

Call Your Elected Officials

Sometimes it's necessary to call your elected official. Here are some tips for planning out your phone call.

July 14, 2020

Write Your Elected Officials

Letters and emails sent directly to your elected officials can be extremely effective. Here are some tips.

July 14, 2020

Meet Your Elected Officials

Meeting your elected officials in person is an effective way to build a relationship so they can understand what matters to their constituents. Here are some tips for planning your meeting.

July 14, 2020

Legislative Infographic

A vital part of holding your elected officials accountable is knowing effective ways to do so.

January 4, 2021