Guide To Calling Your Legislator

Calling your national, state, or local government official is surprisingly easy.  In fact, if you start making a lengthy speech on the phone, you might even get cut off.  Here are the five key points you need share when calling your representative:

  • Your name

  • Representative’s name and that you are their constituent

  • Organization with which you are involved (if applicable)

  • Legislative Bill Number

  • Your support or disapproval of that Bill

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NOTE: YOU ONLY NEED TO LIST THE NUMBER OF THE BILL in your support email or call. THE TITLE IS FOR YOUR INFORMATION ONLY.

The SFV Climate Reality Chapter is currently supporting the following bills:

Call your State Senator and ask them to vote YES on: 

  • AB 30: Equitable Outdoor Access Ac

  • AB 1384: Resiliency Through Adaptation, Economic Vitality and Equity Act of 2022  

  • AB 1857: Solid Waste

  • AB 2446: Embodied Carbon Emissions, Construction Material

  • AB 2638: School Water Filling Stations

 

Sample Script:  Hi, my name is _____________ and I am a constituent of Senator _________________________. I am asking Senator _________________ to vote YES on AB30, AB1384, AB1857, AB2446, and AB2638 when they come to the floor for a vote.

Call your State Assemblymember and ask them to vote YES on:

  • SB 45: Organic Food Waste

  • SB 260: Climate Corporate Accountability Act

  • SB 379: Residential Solar Permitting

  • SB 905: Decarbonized Cement and Geologic Sequestration

  • SB 1010: State Fleet ZE vehicles

  • SB 1187: Fabric Recycling

  • SB 1203: Zero GHG for State Agencies

  • SB 1255: School Dishwasher Grants: Waste Reduction

  • SB 1314: Geologic Sequestration without Enhanced Oil Recovery

  • SB 1482: EV Charging, Multifamily Infrastructure

 

Sample Script: Hi, my name is _____________ and I am a constituent of Assemblymember _____________________. I am asking Assemblymember _________________ to vote YES on SB45, SB260, SB379, SB905, SB1010, SB1187, SB1203, SB1255, SB1314, and SB1482 when they come to the floor for a vote.

If you would like more information on these bills, visit https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/.