Representing us and the families we serve, legislators rely on us to share our perspectives on issues related to children and libraries in their districts. When we keep our legislators informed, they’re positioned to make better decisions for both kids and libraries.
Before setting up a meeting with your legislator to discuss library business, you'll want to be clear about your advocacy role within your organization.
Arranging meetings with legislators is easier—and our meetings more effective—when we adapt to their particular environments. Here’s how to arrange a meeting and make the best use of the time with those we elect.