Your rep will be in town and likely attending public events during the August summer recess. This is the perfect opportunity to get your rep on the record about the Net Neutrality Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution.
"Bird-dogging" just means showing up, speaking your truth and asking the right question. This might seem intimidating, but it’s ultimately an empowering and impactful experience. When you sign up to bird-dog we’ll share our helpful step-by-step guide and have our organizers available to help you prepare.
Below, we’ve included a powerful example of a young voter stepping up to the mic and confronting a gubernatorial candidate about his absurd views on climate change. If she can do it, so can you!
Members of Congress are powerful people who spend a lot of time talking to other powerful people. Inside the D.C. bubble they often forget what it’s like to be accountable to everyday people who live and work in their community. Bird-dogging helps remind them of who they really work for and puts them on the record about Net Neutrality.
Sign up to hold your rep accountable by asking them tough questions about Net Neutrality during the August recess.
Check out this video of a Pennsylvania teen asking a candidate about climate change.