1. Use our website (www.judicialwatch.org) to learn more about our anti-corruption investigations and lawsuits, as well as about our work fighting for the American people’s “right to know” what their government is doing. Share what you learn and educate your local community by writing a letter to the editor of your local newspaper that focuses on the need for greater transparency in government, for stricter enforcement of government ethics standards, and respect for the rule of law.
2. Contact your elected representatives in Congress and ask them to support strong ethics, accountability and transparency in both the Executive Branch and Congress. You can contact Congress here: www.usa.gov/elected-officials.
3. Call (1-202-456-1414) or write the White House to urge the president to instruct all federal agencies to comply with Judicial Watch’s lawful Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. Investigate and advocate directly through your own open records requests about matters of interest to you and your community, such as whether taxpayer dollars are being used to promote Critical Race Theory teaching in your schools. Use our Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Handbook and other resources (www.judicialwatch.org/open-records-laws-and-resources/) to learn how you can ask your local, state or federal government for information about their activities.
4. Contact your state and local officials responsible for maintaining voter rolls in your community, ask them what they are doing to keep voter rolls clean, and ask them if your state and community are in compliance with the voter rolls maintenance requirements of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA).
5. Call, write or visit your local (town, city or county) police department to ask that they not provide illegal “sanctuary” to illegal aliens residing in your area. Contact Congress and the White House to demand that the federal government immediately resume full enforcement of our laws against illegal immigration.