Send a Letter to the Editor Demanding Coverage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Let Your Local Paper Know That The TPP is Too Big and Too Dangerous to Ignore

With President Obama calling for completion of Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations by October, it’s crucial that we raise public awareness right now. The TPP can only become reality if the public remains unaware and does not demand Congress stop this attack on our basic rights. Please send a letter to the editor to your local newspaper to demand coverage of the TPP deal that is swiftly becoming “NAFTA-on-steroids” with the world. In the short term, simply getting a letter run on TPP will help raise awareness of this stealthy pact and it will let editors know what their readers expect them to cover.

It’s quick and easy to do.

You can use one of the sample letters (PDF) and personalize it, or write your own original letter. And you can use the handy form below to send your letter directly to your local papers without having to look up more information.

Check out these tips (PDF) and sample letters (PDF) to help you get your letter to the editor published.

And remember — keep an eye out for your letter and please let us know if it shows up in the paper by emailing us at

Thank you for helping — together, we’ll drag TPP out of the shadows!

Step 1 - Select a Recipient

Letter to the Editor

The Letter to the Editor Section is one of the most widely read sections of the newspaper and can reach a large audience. It allows community members to comment on the way issues are being addressed in the media and to influence the topics the local paper may choose to cover. Elected officials often monitor this section of the newspaper and take notice of constituents' opinions.

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Step 2 - Write your message

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