Tools to boost Democrats and take on Governor Baker and his Republican allies.
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Our goal with the MassDems Wire is to give you the tools to boost Democrats and take on Governor Baker and his Republican allies. Use this information on social media, as the basis for a letter to the editor of your local paper, in emails to your personal network, or in conversation with your friends and neighbors.
Just now, President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal into law! Billions in funding is on its way to Massachusetts to repair roads and bridges, improve public transportation, and deliver clean water and high-speed internet to every resident of the Commonwealth.
Along with the Build Back Better Act, the second part of President Biden’s transformative agenda, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal will be one of Democrats' big wins heading into the 2022 midterm elections. Right now, we need your help spreading the word about these historic bills.
We’ve compiled the past few week’s guidance into one, easy-to-use toolkit on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal and the Build Back Better Act. ([link removed]) There’s plenty of shovel-ready content for you to use as an activist, local committee member, or committee chair. Scroll down for three ways you can use our toolkit to amplify Democrats' message online, in the news, or in conversations with friends, family, and neighbors.
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3 Ways to Take Action Now
1. Post on social media.
Social media is a great way to let friends and followers know what the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal and Build Back Better Act mean for you and your family. Use the sample posts below and graphics here ([link removed]) to post online about each bill. Click here for more sample posts and graphics. ([link removed])
* Tips for posting on social media:
+ Post in Facebook groups too! Posting in groups is an easy way to make sure a lot of people see your post.
+ Follow and share posts from @massdems, @theDemocrats, @JoeBiden, @POTUS, and @WhiteHouse!
+ Use hashtags like #BuildBackBetter and #mapoli.
It’s *finally* infrastructure week ☀️
Thank you @POTUS and Democrats for delivering billions in funding for Massachusetts. #mapoli
promised to work across the aisle and forge consensus to deliver results – and that is exactly what he has done. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan is another step closer to improving the everyday lives of millions of Bay Staters. Next up--the #BuildBackBetter Act.
For too long, this economy has worked great for those at the top. While ordinary, hardworking Americans — the people who built this country — have been cut out of the deal. With the Build Back Better Framework, @POTUS is changing that. #BuildBackBetter
2. Write a letter to the editor.
Letters to the editor can help reach people outside of your typical network. Use the tips below to write a letter to the editor highlighting the key details of the bills that will mean the most to you. Click here to view talking points to use in letters to the editor. ([link removed])
* Tips on writing a letter to the editor:
+ Respond to something: a letter to the editor is more likely to get published if it directly addresses an article, editorial, or column from the last few days.
+ Keep it short: Letters to the editor should only be about 150 to 200 words.
+ Focus on one topic: You have limited space so focus on one topic and make a clear case to your readers.
+ Write what you know: Personal stories can make your letter more interesting.
+ Proofread: Before you send off your letter, check for typos, spelling, and grammar mistakes.
3. Spread the word!
Forward this email to your network and use the talking points in our toolkit in conversations with friends, family, and neighbors. If you’re a local committee member or chair interested in organizing a messaging workshop, letter to the editor push, etc., please contact Communications Director Allison Mitchell at [email protected]
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