|Author:||Stephen E. Frantzich|
|Subcategory:||Politics & Government|
|Publisher:||Praeger Publishers Inc (December 1985)|
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Write Your Congressman. Constituent Communications and Representation). Stephen E. Frantzich was born on March 4, 1944, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. Constituent Communications and Representation. 45681/?tag prabook0b-20. He is the son of Wensell S. Frantzich, a teacher, and Winifred (Vettel) Frantzich, an executive secretary. Published 1985 by Praeger in New York. Constituent communication, Mail preparation, Political letter writing, Political letter-writing, Records and correspondence, United States, United States. Congress, Protected DAISY, In library.
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Write Your Congressman: Constituent Communications and Representation. Communication and the Evolution of Society. Boston: Beacon Press. New York: Praeger Publishers. Gamson, William A. 1992. Studying Substantive Democracy. Congressmen’s Voting Decisions. Bias in Perceptions of Public Opinion among Political Elites. This book answers these fundamental questions by developing a theory of legislative perception that leverages insights from cognitive psychology. Legislators are shown to see only a few constituents in their district on a given policy, namely those who donate to their campaigns and contact the legislative office, and fail to see many other relevant constituents.
Writing your representatives may seem like only a small thing, but politicians need to know that their constituents are paying attention. Writing to your Congressman, or any other elected official, isn’t as hard or time-consuming as you might imagine. Follow the guidelines outlined below, exercise your citizenship, and make your voice heard. Before You Write Your Representative. 1. Hone in on exactly why you are writing. Do you have a strong opinion on an issue you heard about in the news?