Call Now: Ask Your Representative to Cosponsor the TRADE Act!

The momentum for progressive trade reform has shifted our way in recent weeks. Thanks to your effort, the White House recognized the political peril of their Trade Representative trying to bring up Bush's leftover NAFTA expansion to Panama instead of focusing on important progressive priorities like health care and energy.

The TRADE Act will be reintroduced for 2009 very soon - likely next week. Thank you for taking action earlier and emailing your member of Congress. Now that we're in crunch time, please take the next step by calling your member of Congress and asking them to cosponsor the 2009 TRADE Act! Here's how to do it:

  1. Click here to find out who your representative is, if you don't know already:
  2. Call the Capitol Switchboard at (202)-224-3121 and ask to be connected to your representative. When you reach your representative's office, ask to speak to the person who handles trade issues.
  3. Tell the staff member you are a constituent concerned about trade and globalization issues. Ask that the representative sign on to consponsor the 2009 TRADE Act, sponsored by Maine Rep. Mike Michaud (pronounced "Me-Show").

After you've called, tell us what the staff person said! Use the form below to let us know that you made a call about the TRADE Act. If you are told that your member of Congress definitely will or will not cosponsor the TRADE Act of 2009, let us know. This is critical to our ability to build support for an agenda of change in trade and globalization policy.

March 21, 2019

I called about the TRADE Act

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