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While electronic communications are quick and easy, it is often much more effective to lobby in a more personal manner. The most effective means of communicating with your government officials is in person, followed by letters, fax and email.
Some rules for lobbying include:
It is important when meeting with legislators to communicate that you are one of their constituents. You should also understand the position of the legislator on the matter that you're communicating. Effective lobbying is a grassroots effort to advocate your position. We urge you to use the resources of the Philadelphia Bar Association website to contact your legislators or obtain their contact information for more personal communication.