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Democracy in Action

Very important issues are being debated in the Senate this week. No matter where your views fall on the spectrum, you should contact your elected officials and let them know how you'd like them to vote.

Luckily, in the Internet Age this is easier than ever before. There's a handy web page with contact information on Kentucky congress-people, and we've even included the Senators here:


Senator Mitch McConnellDC Phone: 202-224-2541Local Phone: 502-582-6304

Senator Jim BunningDC Phone: 202-224-4343Local Phone: 859-341-2602

Give them a call -- your opinion does matter, and they'll be glad to have the input.



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