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When visiting the State House, it’s always good to have note paper with you in the event that the senator or presentative from your district is not available when you stop by to chat with him/her.

Briefly write what you would like: usually to support or oppose a certain bill.

Be sure to include your name, address and email address as a part of your note. This assures the senator or representative that you are from their district and provides them with information so that they can respond to you.

You can download blank forms here. Simply print out a few sheets. Each sheet can be cut into four panels.

Hope this helps you.