A description of why courts matter in the protection of women's rights.
As we saw in the 2012 election, voting rights are still under attack, and so it has become more important than ever to have judges and justices who understand that the right to vote must be protected and all Americans – regardless of their background – have a right to fully participate in our democracy.
When we convince members of the media to cover our issues, they expose our knowledge and stories to a mass audience. Through this coverage, we can begin to influence public opinion and bring about change.
A description of each step in the federal judicial nomination process, highlighting when advocates can engage.
Media advocacy tools are what we use to attract a reporter’s coverage. Utilizing these tools at the correct “newsworthy” time will hopefully result in media attention.
A sample request letter to constituents to take action regarding a judicial nominee.
A sample press release in response to a judicial nomination announcement.
A sample press release in response to an announcement of a judicial vacancy.
A sample quick quote in response to a judicial nomination announcement.
Developing a profile on Twitter is essential to advocacy work.