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A tool to send advocacy letters to local and national politicians
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P&GA Wired to Washington
Tap into the power of advocacy for issues important to the materials science and engineering community!
WIRED TO WASHINGTON
Wired to Washington is a service offered through TMS and its Public and Governmental Affairs Committee that will deliver your message on materials science and engineering (MSE) issues straight to the desk of national decision-makers, from the president to cabinet members to your legislator on Capitol Hill.
Through Wired to Washington, you can help our nation's political leaders make the connection between MSE and such key U.S. initiatives as national security, energy independence, and economic growth. With just a few clicks of your mouse and in a few minutes, you can be an effective part of TMS’s advocacy initiative.
SUBMIT A LETTER
The Wired to Washington online tool allows you to utilize a pre-written letter or compose a personalized one on key issues that will be delivered easily and electronically to the audience you select.
To Submit A Letter:
- Visit the online W2W Letter Generator.
- Click on the easy to navigate menu to select the subject of your letter
- Select its destination and audience.
Make your voice heard. Get Wired to Washington.