Right to Petition: A Practical Guide to Creating Change in Government with Political Advocacy Tools and Tips

· Advocacy Blueprints Press
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150
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About this ebook

Today's political climate has Americans on both sides of the aisle frustrated and looking for new advocacy tools and change. Many want to take action but don’t because the process is too confusing and intimidating…until now.

Right to Petition is an easy to follow how-to guide that puts the power back into the hands of the people, empowering readers with impactful knowledge and tools including:

40+ sample Congressional asks Common advocate mistakes (and how to avoid them) Networking and timing strategies Real-life case studies outlining what works, what doesn't and why 

You'll walk away with a deeper understanding of how Congress works and a strong strategic plan for success. Right to Petition is for advocates, activists, and concerned citizens with any level of experience and a passion for sparking change.

"The tips I share are actual advocacy secrets from Capitol Hill,” says author Nicole Tisdale. “They are the tools staffers and Members of Congress have used and seen hi-powered lobbyists use to get movement and tangible results. My goal is to make Congress understandable and accessible to all."

About the author

Nicole Tisdale is a Capitol Hill insider, policy expert, and attorney dedicated to empowering individuals with the knowledge needed to spark effective change in government. Serving on Capitol Hill for nearly a decade, Nicole is a principal senior advisor and strategist to high-ranking Members of Congress. An expert on a wide variety of policy issues including national security, counterterrorism, and intelligence, Nicole is a respected collaborator known for her winning record of developing and executing bipartisan legislative agendas. Nicole holds Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctorate degrees from the University of Mississippi.

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