… including calling your government representatives! I’ve never called any reps before (bad citizen, bad!), and it’s about time I said my piece.

Do you know who your United States Senators are? Check them out here.

I’m calling Washington tonight to leave voicemails for the Illinois Senators to ask that they support the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. I don’t want them getting a vacation until this is voted on and passed. Are you with me?

It couldn’t be easier to do, so call the Senate switchboard today and ask your representatives to call for a vote and repeal DADT this year!

(202) 224-3121

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Andrew Hall · December 7, 2010 at 7:03 pm

Good job. I called up my Republican Senator, Scott Brown (MA) last week and talked to one of his overworked interns about this same issue. Senator Brown just announced that he is definately in favor of revoking DADT. No, I’m not pyschotic and think it was just my one phone call. There was a concerted letter writing/emailing/calling campaign about this issue. You may want to call the state office (they have at least one office in-state), too.

    Godless Girl · December 7, 2010 at 10:46 pm

    I’m glad you get involved too. And I’m also glad he’s supportive of revoking!

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