At these links, you can find YOUR Florida legislators:
Democracy works best when the electorate is paying attention to what their elected officials are doing. Let them hear from you!
If you're in Jacksonville, here are some other helpful links.
Lists all elected officials for Duval County: https://www.duvalelections.com/Elected-Officials
After reaching the website, type in your address. It will offer a suggested match. Press enter and it will give you a list of all YOUR elected officials including school board members. This is for Duval County:
The Jacksonville NOW chapter is involved with local as well as state issues.
Each year during the 60-day state legislative session, we follow the bills that affect our priorities.
For more information check out
2021 legislative recap
2022 legislative recap
The National Organization for Women is a multi-issue, multi-strategy organization that takes a holistic approach to women’s rights. Our priorities are winning economic equality and securing it with an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that will guarantee equal rights for women; championing abortion rights, reproductive freedom and other women’s health issues; opposing racism; fighting bigotry against the LGBTQIA community; and ending violence against women.
Jax NOW is a chapter of the National Organization for Women as well as Florida NOW. In 2022 dozens of bills passed that did NOT reflect the values and needs of women, our families and our friends. Click here for an overview of 2022 bills that we opposed or supported
Don't know how the Florida legislative process works? Click here to see how.
Another suggestion is to sign up with the UUJF - Unitarian Universalist Justice Florida. Unitarian Universalists have a long tradition of working for social justice. UU Justice has similar values to our organization. They have created a marvelous alert system. If you sign up, you'll only get alerts for you to write your particular state representative or in some cases a committee chair or the committee members. Many times the bill shows up on a committee's agenda just a few days before the committee meeting so UU Justice's timely alerts are hard for us to duplicate. We encourage everyone to click here and sign up for their alerts.
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