Cut the Pentagon: Put Your Action on the Map
In Concord, NH, a letter to the editor in the Concord Monitor stated that “America is strong enough for real discussion of budget priorities.”
In Florida, an FCNL supporter talked with Senator Nelson about Pentagon spending at a lunch.
In Arizona, people dropped information at Rep. Frank’s office about why Pentagon spending cuts matter.
And in Illinois, a meeting with Senator Durbin’s staff helped the senator see support for efforts to ensure the Pentagon pays its fair share of efforts to reduce the federal debt.
These are just some of the actions you’ve taken to keep cuts to the Pentagon budget on the national agenda. Are you on the map?
How can I add myself to the map?
Click "Edit" and search for the place you took action.
Click on the blue pin in the top left corner and drop it in your location.
Need help? Email Christine with your action and location.
On the map, red pins show where someone has had a letter to the editor published, purple pins show a meeting with a congressional office, blue pins show an information drop-off, and yellow pins show when someone has asked a question at a town hall meeting or other event.
Visits to DC offices are recorded by hometown.
I want to be on the map, but I don't know what to do!
It can be hard to know where to start, but we're here to help! Check out our Pentagon Cuts Action Center for ideas on writing letters to the editor or setting up a meeting at a congressional office near you.