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Send holiday cards to your members of Congress!

This December, take a moment to add your new and returning members of Congress to your holiday card list! After coast-to-coast victories for Gun Sense Candidates in the 2018 midterm elections, we want our lawmakers to hear from their constituents this holiday season.

Look up your members of Congress with our tool below and add a short note to your cards asking them to prioritize the safety of your family and all families in the new year by making comprehensive background checks a top legislative priority of 2019.

Fill out the form below to find your members of Congress and the best address to mail them your holiday card:

Here are your members of Congress. Be sure to send them your holiday card with a short note and then share the action using the links below! We've included some suggestions to help you get started:

  • Happy Holidays! As your constituent, I would like you to make comprehensive background checks a top priority in 2019, and to support all gun safety measures that will protect our communities during this holiday season and throughout all the seasons this year.
  • As your constituent, I would like you to support comprehensive background checks, a measure that will keep our schools and communities safe from gun violence. Happy Holidays!
  • I'd like to wish you a happy holiday and new year. As your constituent, my hope is that one day we can walk into our schools, workplaces, and communities without the fear of a possible shooting. I know we can do this with your support for common sense gun safety measures like comprehensive background checks this year.
  • ${item.elected_official.title}$ ${item.elected_official.firstName}$ ${item.elected_official.lastName}$

    U.S. House of Representatives
    Washington, DC 20515

    United States Senate
    Washington, DC 20510

Now, share this action on social media using the links below! Be sure to take a photo of your card or the envelope addressed to your members of Congress to add to your post.