Action Alert! Contact your legislators

Friends,

First of all, we want to thank you again for signing our petition to exempt people with serious mental illness from the death penalty. We are almost at 1,500 signatures! Please take a moment to sign and share this petition so we can make our goal of 2,000 by October 9!

Second, we promised we would let you know when the moment was right to contact your legislators. Guess what? Now is the time to contact the Florida House (we’ll tackle the Senate later!).

We’re setting up meetings with lawmakers next week, to find the very best sponsors to introduce the bill in the Florida House. It’s crucial they hear support for this legislation from their constituents.

Here are three ways to contact your legislator to prepare them for future legislation to protect people with serious mental illness from the death penalty:

Use this quick, easy online tool to send an email to your state representative

-Call your state representative. Click here to find your representative and click here for a sample script.

-The best option? Hand write your state representative and let them know why you want people with serious mental illness protected from the death penalty. Here’s our fact sheet on people with serious mental illness for inspiration

We’ll say it again: thank you. You are making the difference here and with your help, we are going to win!

Yours,

The FADP Team

P.S. We’re asking you to take immediate action to contact their legislators in order to protect people with serious mental illness from the death penalty. You can either send them an emailcall them with a sample script, or hand write a letter using our fact sheet for inspiration. And don’t forget to sign and share our petition!

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