What NOT to say to your Kentucky State representative

 

When contacting your Kentucky State Representative, along with the “Do’s” also remember a few “Don’ts.”:

  • Do not use religious language when addressing a legislator.
    Unless he shares your religious convictions, he probably will not be able to relate to it.

  • Do not make threats.  He/she is far more likely to do what you want if you build a responsible and credible relationship.

  • Unless you are an official spokesperson for a group, make sure you speak only for yourself. Mentioning a group may only pigeonhole you.


Click here For tips on how to enlist support from other Kentuckians who would like to have Family Friendly Jury Duty laws.

The above information was adapted from the Kentucky Citizen Digest

Last updated Tuesday April 03, 2007

 

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