Sign up to receive email news updates and info on how you can help protect Maryland's air, water, and land.
We will protect your privacy and will not trade your email address!
House Speaker Michael E. Busch
Proper communication techniques with your elected officials often can determine their responsiveness to your issues. Before you begin writing, here are some tips to consider:Writing a Personal Letter
Go Online to Voice Your Concerns
While a personal letter is probably still the best and most effective way to communicate with your elected official, email offers a new and easy tool for citizens.
Make a Phone Call
Elected officials appreciate communication with their constituency. A brief, to the point phone call will demonstrate a greater constituent awareness of an issue and may sway or encourage their decisions accordingly. When calling remember: