NTEU’s Capitol Call In Week

February 5 through 9, 2018

Man dialing cell phone
NTEU is holding its annual Legislative Conference in Washington, DC, next week, and NTEU leaders from around the country will be meeting with their members of Congress about the legislative issues that impact federal employees like you every day.

People overlapping hands to show unityYou can also play a part and be sure that your voice is heard! And your voice will amplify the voices of NTEU members physically on Capitol Hill– showing members of Congress just how many federal employee constituents they have, and that NTEU is mobilized.

Please take a few moments out of your lunch hour or before or after work next week to tell your members of Congress:

Don’t Re-shut the Government! Make sure federal agencies stay open and are properly funded, and that employees are paid on time.

Making a call to your members of Congress has never been easier!

  1. Click on NTEU’s Capitol Call In Week in the NTEU Legislative Action Center
  2. Enter your contact information
  3. Call the numbers provided for your members of Congress and use the talking points provided by the system

Want more information on the issues that are being discussed at NTEU’s 2018 Legislative Conference? Follow NTEU on Facebook for daily updates and read about the priority issues for 2018. 

NTEU members can take action on legislative issues in the workplace, on their own time. In addition, NTEU members can now take action on legislative issues using their personal smart phones and tablets. Visit action.nteu.org from your personal mobile device to respond to call alerts and e-mail letter campaigns on legislative issues that impact federal employees. If you need further assistance on contacting your members of Congress, please contact your chapter president or representative.

Author: chapterpresident

I have worked in the FDA since 1990 in a variety of positions. I currently serve as chapter president of NTEU Chapter 254, representing FDA employees in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah.