Weekly actions
Hi <<First Name>>,

With Congress on recess, we will be skipping our regular calls this week. However, as we navigate the new stay-at-home order from Gov. Hogan, there are still ways we can help out in our community.
  • Maryland Unites: This page from Gov. Hogan's office lists a variety of ways you can help your community in this time of crisis.
  • Donate blood: The American Red Cross indicates they have a shortage of blood. If you are willing and able, please consider donating. They have setups appropriate for social distancing.
  • Volunteer: Montgomery County needs volunteers to do a variety of things including sewing masks for medical workers, translation work and more.
  • Communicate: Montgomery County has information for populations who are at-risk for contracting COVID-19 and also for small businesses affected by the pandemic.
  • Elections: And check out yesterday's message, scroll to the updates section, and check out the variety of ways you can get involved to make sure President Trump is voted out of office in November.
We are working on a fuller list of resources and ways to get involved during this difficult time. Until then, stay safe.


Chris Pickett
After-hours activism
Some of you aren't able to make phone calls or send emails during the workday. That's fine! You can still make your voice heard either by calling the office and leaving a voice message or by sending an email. These are still effective ways to get our point across, and you should take the time to do it!

Federal employees
If you are a federal employee, you still have the right to make your voice heard as a constituent. However, there are a few restrictions you need to pay attention to. This article has some helpful information on how to be an activist while being a federal employee. You are part of an important constituency with an important viewpoint. Exercise your rights to make your voice heard!
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