Make Your Voice Heard
One of the most valuable things you can do for the Party is to make your voice heard! The possibilities for doing this are limited only by your imagination, but here are a few of the most common:
Talk to your friends–let your friends know that you’re interested in the issues.
Invite your neighbors over for a discussion–you don’t have to lecture. Have a coffee! Broach the subject you’re interested in talking about and let your neighbors express themselves. This is a great way to right the lies and inuendos–if your neighbors trust you, your opinion will matter to them.
Put up a yard sign–many people share your view but are afraid to bring up the topic. Putting a sign in your yard gives the signal that you are willing to talk. This can help you find the neighbors you want to invite over for a discussion.
Put a bumper sticker on your car–if you are worried about the sticker damaging your vehicle you can put it on glass.
Write a letter to the editor–it’s an easy way to participate! See tips on writing letters to the editor
Call in to talk shows–be polite but firm. Know in advance what you want to say.
Take advantage of the internet–tweet, blog, Facebook. All are excellent ways to communicate with a larger audience.