LETTER: Contact Your Elected Leaders & Tell Them Black Lives Matter

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FRAMINGHAM – Over the last week, millions of people have peacefully protested, donated, and posted online about the Black Lives Matter movement and racial injustices across the country.

After donating and spending hours online reading posts and spreading resources, many people have been left wondering what they should do next.

Calling your representatives and voting are two of the easiest and most effective ways to make change on a local, state, and national level.

We have compiled a list of publicly available phone numbers, email addresses, and social media handles of local and state officials in Massachusetts to call and ask what THEY are going to do to make change

We have included additional resources such as how to find your representative, where and how to register to vote, and a phone call or email template script to contact officials.

Now is the time to take action and make systemic change and to stop the cycle of violence

Black Lives Mater, say their names, and make your voice heard 

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Find Your Legislator

Register to Vote Online in MA

Phone Script 

Hello, my name is ______ and I am a constituent from the ____ District. I am contacting you because I want to know what you will do to protect black lives and prevent further instances of police brutality. I am calling to urge you to condemn police brutality, racial profiling, and the use of excessive force by police.

Email Script

Dear [Representative],

My name is [Your Name] and I am constituent from the [District Name] District. I am contacting you because I want to know what you will do to protect black lives and prevent further instances of police brutality. I am calling to urge you to condemn police brutality, racial profiling, and the use of excessive force by police. 

Sincerely,

[Your Name]

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GOVERNOR’S OFFICE 

  • Governor Charlie Baker 
    • @MassGovernor AND @CharlieBakerMA on Twitter
    • (617) 725-4005 Office for Constituent Services
      • Michael Vazquez, Director michael.vazquez@state.ma.us
      • Springfield Office (413) 784-1200
      • TTY (617) 727-3666
      • Washington, D.C. Office (202) 624-3616
    • Governor Charlie Baker’s Office of Constituent Services Massachusetts State House, 24 Beacon St., Office of the Governor, Room 280, Boston, MA 02133

ATTORNEY GENERAL

  • Maura Healy 
    • @MassAGO AND @maura_healey on Twitter
    • Boston (617) 727-2200
      • 1 Ashburton Place, 20th Floor, Boston, MA 02108
    • New Bedford (508) 990-9700
      • 105 William Street, 1st Floor, New Bedford, MA 02740
    • Springfield (413) 784-1240
      • 1441 Main Street, 12th Floor, Springfield, MA 01103
    • Worcester (508) 792-7600
      • 10 Mechanic Street, Suite 301, Worcester, MA 01608
    • TTY (617) 727-4765
    • ago@state.ma.us

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS

CURRENT U.S. REPRESENTATIVES FOR MASSACHUSETTS

CURRENT U.S. SENATOR FOR MASSACHUSETTS 

  • Ed Markey
    • 617-565-8519 (Boston Office)
    • Boston Office: 
      • 975 JFK Federal Building 15 New Sudbury Street Boston, MA 02203 
      • Phone: 617-565-8519
    • Fall River Office: 
      • 222 Milliken Boulevard, Suite 312 Fall River, MA 02721 
      • Phone: 508-677-0523
    • Springfield Office: 
      • 1550 Main Street, 4th Floor Springfield, MA 01103 
      • Phone: 413-785-4610
    • Washington, D.C. Office: 
      • 255 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510 
      • Phone: 202-224-2742
    • International toll-free number: 800-744-17441
    • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EdJMarkey
    • Twitter: @SenMarkey – https://twitter.com/SenMarkey
  • Elizabeth Warren

CANDIDATES RUNNING FOR US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

CURRENT STATE SENATORS

CURRENT STATE REPRESENTATIVES

CURRENT MAYORS/TOWN SUPERVISORS

Cassidy Slamin & Megan Romine

Framingham High Class of 2018

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