Education Issues Committee

Hi there! An organizer here from the communications committee with some suggestions. I fixed a few typos in the original and here are two other options:

Version 1

Re: HB 610 – Your bill to divert funds from public education to private school vouchers will damage public education – one the cornerstones of American Democracy. Marylanders are proud of our public school and encourage you to withdraw this damaging bill and to instead support public schools throughout our nation.  
The second is shorter and more emotional and direct. The third is a variation of the second, but a little longer. My professional recommendation is to use the second or third because I’m using proven direct response strategies. But I think we can give the group choices. And of course they can modify from there. But if they just want a quick and dirty, then go with number two.

Version 2

Re: HB610 – Please REJECT this anti-American bill that causes more HARM to Maryland’s vulnerable children than benefit. Our kids need MORE support – inc. guarantees of healthy food etc – not less. Please do the right thing for our MD schools and vote NO to HB 610.

Version 3
Re: HB610 – Please REJECT this anti-American bill that causes more HARM to Maryland’s vulnerable children than benefit. ALL of our kids deserve access to a quality education and healthy foods. This bill removes those basic standards and further erodes the funds they so desperately need. It’s not fair to them. Please DO THE RIGHT THING and save our MD schools. Vote NO to HB 610.
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To: Congressman Andy Harris, 1st District of Maryland
Address: 1533 Longworth HOB

                Washington, DC 20515

Text – Re: HB 610 – Your bill to divert funds from public education to private school vouchers will damage public education – one the cornerstones of American Democracy. Marylanders are proud of our public school and encourage you to withdraw this damaging bill and to instead support public schools throughout our nation.

Notes:

We are open to having someone on the communications committee shorten/ tighten the language so it fits better on a postcard.

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