Legislative Advocacy Resources

There are countless ways to create positive change in South Dakota. One tried and true way is contacting your elected officials on a regular basis to establish a relationship.

Below, we have assembled tools that will help guide your advocacy efforts.

This page illustrates how to effectively converse with elected officials in state or local office about issues that are important to you and your community. If you’re looking for additional ways to get involved with our work defending freedom on the great plains this session, sign up to receive email updates and action alerts and sign up to volunteer with us!

We’ll be in touch when the time comes with information on how you can take action to protect our rights and liberties in South Dakota.

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Research Your Elected Officials

Before you establish a relationship with your elected officials, you'll need to do your research! It's important to know their voting history and even previous campaign commitments to hold them accountable.

December 26, 2019

Call Your Elected Officials

Sometimes it's necessary to call your elected official. Here are some tips for planning out your phone call.

January 22, 2021

Meet Your Elected Officials

Meeting your elected officials in person, or virtually, is an effective way to build a relationship so they can understand what matters to their constituents. Here are some tips for planning your meeting.

December 26, 2019

Write Your Elected Officials

Letters and emails sent directly to your elected official can be extremely effective. Here are some tips.

January 22, 2021