Michigan’s Children remain committed to supporting and encouraging all of us to get involved as advocates and we know there’s no better way to engage with policymakers than during the election season. While the “look” of such engagement has changed due to most of our worlds moving to virtual formats to consider social distancing measures, the need and mutually beneficial outcomes for both candidates and constituencies remain.
Candidates — Are you looking to expand your platform, connect with voters and explore public policy ideas and approaches that serve the best interests of children, youth and families? Great, be sure to check out the background and resources provided here that can help guide you in fostering the type of constituency connection that can be sustained for years to come.
Constituents — Are you looking to elevate and amplify the issues that matter most to children, youth and families in your community in efforts of seeing positive change happening due to policy action? Look no further; we’ve got your back. Explore the background and resources provided here that can help you and others become more effective advocates this election season and in the future.