In Citizens in Action, Stephanie Vance, the “Advocacy Guru,” takes the controversial position that it is possible to get heard on the Hill, that not all politicians are corrupt (OK, a few are), and that citizens can “get things done” from Washington, D.C. to their city council. Vance’s tips and advice are helpful whether you’re just getting started on an advocacy effort or have been trying to gain the attention of elected officials for years. This edition ships February 15, 2009.
The Original U.S. Congress Handbook brings you detailed profiles of Congressional Members complete with biographical details, contact information (including address, phone and fax), committee assignments and key staff members.
The Advocate Edition includes a bonus chapter and practical checklist to teach readers how to effectively communicate with Congress and the exclusive “Member Name Pronunciation Guide” ensuring you’ll never make an embarrassing pronunciation mistake. Plus, Capitol Hill, Metro System and Washington, DC maps, and information on the Executive branch, Supreme Court and Governorships.
Just for visitors! A list of local attractions and the Top 10 Restaurants for Politician Sightings have been added for visitors and advocates traveling to the Nation’s Capitol.
Arm your advocates with the ultimate guide to Congress and all that Washington has to offer when you order the Advocacy Package today!