Awesome FWD.us Tool to Advocate for Immigration Reform


FWD.us Push 4 Reform

Find out where your State Congress men and women stand on immigration reform. Using this interactive tool, you can easily find where all of your state’s senators and representatives stand on immigration reform. If you click on any individual senator or representative, the tool will provide specific statements or voting records to show what forms the basis of the stance. For example, I picked Dan Coats and Joe Donnelly, the two Senator from Indiana, to learn where they stood on immigration. After reading about their public statements and voting records, I was able to take public action by writing a quick email to Dan Coats about the damaging effects our outdated business immigration system has on our economy and job market. I was also able to send a Tweet to Joe Donnelly thanking him for supporting comprehensive immigration reform. Never has it been so easy to take part in the political process, outside of voting for the candidates that champion your issues.

About FWD.us

FWD.us was founded in April 2013 by Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Reid Hoffman and other leaders in the technology and business communities. We are a bipartisan organization that harnesses the best of advocacy campaigns and the technology sector to tackle tough political problems and issues critical to the United States knowledge economy. FWD.us’ mission is to mobilize the tech community to support policies that keep the American Dream achievable in the 21st century.

FWD.us is a full stack advocacy organization with a top-tier rapid response operation, a robust digital organizing team, and thousands of active volunteers in 34 cities and 15 states across the country. We bring together a diverse team of engineers, community organizers, and policy experts. Since our inception, we have used technology to enable over 400,000 different individuals to take meaningful action in support of immigration reform. FWD.us enables individuals to come together to create a potent new political movement and advocate for policy change.

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