1. Quick Survey About Your Work With Legislators

On July 9th and 10th, Hawaii State Senator Les Ihara (a long-time supporting member of NCDD) is organizing a Kettering-NCSL meeting of 26 state legislators from 20 different states. NCDD's director, Sandy Heierbacher, will be attendance, and we are gathering info on how NCDD members have worked with legislators (especially state legislators) in the past, and which of you may be interested in providing assistance to and collaborating with a legislator in your state.

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* 1. Please provide the following contact details to help us get back to you as appropriate. Only name and email are required, but if you are from the U.S., be sure to also enter your city and state.

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* 2. In your dialogue and deliberation work, have you worked directly with legislators? Just to be clear, a legislator is anyone with the authority to create laws. This can be anyone from a city councilman to a member of congress.

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* 3. If you answered yes, what level(s) of government did the legislators represent?

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* 4. Please tell us WHO you've worked with -- especially at the state and national level, and WHEN you worked with them. (Too many to list quickly? Mention a couple, and let us know there are many more.)

Share just a little more detail about up to three project(s) you've worked on with legislators. The shorter the better! But please feel free to include a link to where more details can be found.

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* 5. First Project...

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* 6. Second Project...

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* 7. Third Project...

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* 8. Whether you have worked with legislators yet or not, let us know if you might be interested in providing assistance to and collaborating with a legislator in your state. Please add some text that help us make the argument that you would be a great person/organization for a legislator to choose to work with!

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* 9. Any final comments?

Thanks so much for taking the time to respond. Click the "Done" button to submit!

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