AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.

Take Action on Legislation in Congress

AAUW's advocacy tools make it easy for you to keep informed on the latest legislative issues affecting women and families and to make your voice heard on Capitol Hill.

With AAUW's Two-Minute Activist, it takes just two minutes to make a difference -- one minute to read, one minute to act.

AAUW sends out timely Action Alerts by email to members who have provided AAUW headquarters with their email address. These alerts provide information about congressional actions that impact women and families.

Download AAUW Fact Sheets and Position Papers on a number of issues crucial to education and equity for women and girls. These fact sheets contain background information and talking points to help you to communicate effectively with Legislators.


Contact Vermont Members of Congress


U. S. Senator Patrick J. Leahy

Website: http://Leahy.senate.gov
Email: through website

433 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510
1-202-224-4242





U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders

Website: http://Sanders.senate.gov
Email: through website

C2 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510
1-202-224-5141








U.S. Representative Peter Welch

Web site: http://Welch.house.gov
Email: through web site

1404 Longworth House Office Building
Washington DC 20515
1-202-225-4115


Locate other members of the U. S. Senate or U. S. House, or
research and follow federal legislation on the following web sites: 
U. S. Senate web site         U. S. House web site


The Library of Congress THOMAS web site is a searchable
database related to Legislative Issues in Congress. Here you can find:
Senate and House Committees
Committee Reports
Text and Status of Bills
A searchable online Congressional Record
 

White House web site: http://www.whitehouse.gov


Take Action on Legislation in the Vermont Legislature

The Vermont State web site:  http://www.vermont.gov
Contains links to governor's office and many other Vermont sites.
There is also a section on Vermont Tourism

Vermont Secretary of State web site:  http://www.sec.state.vt.us
Contains links to many other sites, elections, archives, etc.

Vermont Elections web site:  vermont-elections.org/soshome.htm

Vermont Legislative web site:  www.leg.state.vt.us
Here you will find links to:
Scheduled Meetings and Events
Today' Bills, Calendars, and Journals
The Legislative Bill Tracking System
Text of Bills and Other Legislative Documents
Minutes of Selected Committee Meetings
The Vermont Constitution and Vermont Statutes On Line

Vermont Legislative Directory: www.leg.state.vt.us/legdir/legdirMain.cfm
Here you will find links to:
Committees of the House and Senate,
Biographies and Photographs of Senators and Representatives,
Email and mailing addresses of Senators and Represenatatives
Vermont Department and Staff Directory

Vermont Judiciary web site: http://www.vermontjudiciary.org

Vermont Commission on Women's web site: http://www.women.state.vt.us
Here you will find:
Legislative Action Priorities for women and families.
Resources for Women
Publications and Research on family issues.

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Leahy Vermont Offices:

199 Main Street 4th floor
Burlington VT 05401
1-800-642-3193

87 State Street Room 338
Montpelier VT 05602
1-802-229-0569
Sanders Vermont Offices:

1 Church Street 2nd floor
Burlington VT 05401
1-800-339-9834

36 Chickering Drive
Suite 103
Brattleboro VT 05301
1-802-254-8732

2 Spring Street Suite 1
Montpelier VT 05602
1-802-223-2241
Welch Vermont Office:

30 Main Street Suite 350
Burlington VT 05401
1-888-605-7270