Legislative Resources

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Tracking Congress In The Age Of Trump

Tracking Congress In The Age Of Trump

An updating tally of how often every member of the House and the Senate votes with or against the president.

How They Voted
Social Security Tax- History
Social Security Tax
Save Our Society from Drugs

Use the sign up button to access your personal page that lists drug policy action items and allows you to directly communicate with your elected officials. 

Legislative Action Alerts

State, Florida, Action Alert Resources
Priests for Life

Sign up on this page.  Priests for Life has come to signify two distinct but related movements within the wider pro-life movement.

On one level, as described below, Priests for Life refers to a very specific effort to galvanize the clergy to preach, teach, and mobilize their people more effectively in the effort to end abortion and euthanasia.

 

Action Alert Resources, National
Open Secrets

Open Secrets- 

In some ways, lawmakers' finances look a lot like those of many Americans. They include diverse portfolios of stocks, bonds, mutual funds and real estate. They have bank accounts, credit cards and mortgages. The difference: Politicians generally have more money, must make their investments public and routinely have access to nonpublic information.

Open Secrets
National Right To Life

Founded in 1968, National Right to Life is the nation's oldest and largest pro-life organization. National Right to Life is the federation of 50 state right-to-life affiliates and more than 3,000 local chapters. Through education and legislation, National Right to Life is working to restore legal protection to the most defenseless members of our society who are threatened by abortion, infanticide, assisted suicide and euthanasia.     Federal Legislation    Abortion Statistics

Learn how you can elect pro-life candidates and pass state and federal pro-life laws!    CURRENT LEGISLATION

Scorecards, National, State, Statistics, Action Alert Resources
Florida Family Policy Council

Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC) is one of 38 other state-based policy councils around the country which are associated with Focus on the Family. Many of these organizations are the leading pro-life, pro-family organizations in their respective states. FFPC is a 501c3 non-profit corporation under the IRS tax code. We have an independent board of directors and are responsible for raising our own financial support.    Abortion Facts

Florida, Education, Statistics
Faith2Action

ABOUT US
“Faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead.”   James 2:17 (NIV)

OUR MISSION: Pro-Life, Pro-Family, Pro-ACTIVE

Faith2Action is the pro-active launching pad for the pro-family movement.   Whether you search by issue or by state, Faith2Action provides the largest network of pro-family organizations in which to enlist.

Janet Porter, Heartbeat Bill, National, State
Florida Capitol Map

Map of Tallahassee Capitol Building- pdf

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Maps, Florida
Heritage Action for America

The Heritage Action is branch of Heritage Foundation effectively communicates rigorous conservative policy research to Congress and the American people. Scroll to bottom of the page to sign up for Action Alert.   Scorecard

 

Action Alert Resources, National, Scorecards
Gov Track - Tracking the United States Congress

Find your representative and senators and legislation that affects you.   8,193 bills · 542 legislators · 865 votes this year

Legislative, Legislation
FRC Action (Family Research Council)

Based in Washington, D.C., FRC Action is the legislative affiliate of Family Research Council. We seek to educate and influence elected officials on Capitol Hill and in the states, activate our grassroots network, and mobilize Values Voters on behalf of faith, family, and freedom. FRC Action is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit and was founded in 1992. Tony Perkins  

Take Action     Score Cards   Party Platforms    i voter guide partner

Action Alert Resources, Party Platform, Voter Guide, National, State, Scorecards
US Capitol

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Cannon House Office Building-  Office Numbers: All rooms have 3 digits, the first number indicating the floor the office is on. Example: Rep. Mark Green’s office is 533 CHOB and is on the fifth floor.
Tunnels: Take the elevators to the basement level to reach the underground tunnel access to Longworth and Rayburn. 

Longworth House Office Building Office Numbers: All rooms begin with the number 1, and have four digits. The second number indicates which floor the office is on. Example: Rep. Warren Davidson’s office is 1107 LHOB and is on the first floor.
Tunnels: Take the elevators to the basement level to reach the underground tunnel access to Cannon and Rayburn.

Rayburn House Office Building Office Numbers: All rooms begin with the number 2, and have four digits. The second number indicates which floor the office is on. Example: Rep. Mark Meadows’ office is 2160 RHOB and is on the first floor. 
Tunnels: Take the elevators to the subbasement level to reach the underground tunnel access to Longworth and Rayburn.   

SENATE- Inside walkways to all buildings.

Congress, Maps
Contact Officials

National     National Organizations' Scorecards

Florida, Tampa Bay, National, State

Marketing 911 on a shoestring budget

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Hillsborough Legislative contacts

Find your elected officials

Need a conservative to run in House District 59. 

EASY TO CUT AND PAST EMAILS. Hillsborough and Pinellas State Officials

SENATORS

Darryl Rouson
Janet Cruz
Jim Boyd
Danny Burgess

rouson.darryl@flsenate.gov 
cruz.janet@flsenate.gov
boyd.jim@flsenate.gov
burgess.danny@flsenate.gov
850-487-5019
850-487-5018
850-487-5021
850-487-5020
 

LawrenceMcClure
Traci Koster
Jackie Toledo
Dianne Hart
Susan Valdes
Fentrice Driskell
Mike Beltran
Andrew Learned
Chris Sprowls 
Nick DiCeglie 
Chris Latvala 
Ben Diamond 
Linda Chaney 
Michele Rayner 

Lawrence.McClure@myfloridahouse.gov   
Traci.koster@myfloridahouse.gov
Jackie.Toledo@myfloridahouse.gov 
Dianne.Hart@myfloridahouse.gov
Susan.Valdes@myfloridahouse.gov
Fentrice.Driskell@myfloridahouse.gov
Mike.Beltran@myfloridahouse.gov 
andrew.learned@myfloridahouse.gov
chris.sprowls@myfloridahouse.gov
nick.diceglie@myfloridahouse.gov
chris.latvala@myfloridahouse.gov
ben.diamond@myfloridahouse.gov
linda.chaney@myfloridahouse.gov
michele.rayner@myfloridahouse.gov

850-717-5058
850-717-5064
850-717-5060
850-717-5061
850-717-5062
850-717-5063
850-717-5057
850-717-5059
850-717-5065
850-717-5066
850-717-5067
850-717-5068
850-717-5069
850-717-5070

Hillsborough County and City Officials

Organization Contact Page Other Information Address and Phone
Tampa City Council 

Contact Page
E-mail all:   tampacitycouncil@tampagov.net
City Council Meeting Procedures 
Transcripts

View Agenda & Related Documents  
Cable TV: Spectrum Channel 640    
Frontier Channel 15  
Internet: https://www.tampagov.net/livestream

City Clerk- 813-274-8131
Mayor Jane Castor  Contact Page
E-mail Mayor- Form
Proclamations 
Policy on Policing
306 East Jackson Street
Tampa, FL 33602
(813) 274-8251
County Commission Contact Page  County Commissioners  All Agendas  
School Board Board Members Agendas  
Superintendent
Addison Davis
Contact Page
Addison.Davis@hcps.net
View Meetings
Current Agendas
901 E Kennedy Blvd  P.O. Box 3408
Tampa, Fl 33601 USA
 (813) 272-4000
Governor Ron deSantis Contact Page 
governorron.desantis@eog.myflorida.com
  (850) 717-9337

Contact Tampa City Council 

  1. Call City Hall: (813) 274-8877
  2. Send written comments by internet or web at https://www.tampa.gov/PublicComment 
  3. Send written comments by email to TampaCityCouncil@tampagov.net or use this link for official public record emails 
  4. Speak remotely during public comment with the use of CMT: Complete the form at https://www.tampa.gov/city-council-meeting-public-comment-form state on the form under “Request Type” 
    1. Provide a written comment to be submitted into the official record
    2. Request to make a comment during the live meeting using GoToWebinar you wish to speak live during the public comment period. You will then be contacted with additional instructions on how to participate live through the use of CMT. 
  5. Participate by using CMT available at Old City Hall: Those individuals, who do not have access to a communications media device, have the option of participating via communications media technology, which will be made available to the public by the City of Tampa, during the hybrid live/virtual meeting, at: Old City Hall 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33602 (2nd Floor)