From: Pagan Unity Campaign
Subject: I Am Campaign
Date: May 15, 2008
Contact: Ginger Strivelli (firstname.lastname@example.org), Fallon Glenn (email@example.com)
Seven years ago the Pagan Unity Campaign began what has, for many, become an annual tradition. We gathered our post cards and set to work reminding elected officials that the United States is home to some of the most diverse groups of people around; and Pagan Americans are one of those groups. With one simple line, 'I Am a Pagan _____,' we reminded elected officials in all 50 states that this is truly a nation of religious diversity and that we expect them to work to preserve that diversity and the importance religious beliefs of every stripe hold to the American people.
As Pagans, our religious beliefs hold a special place in our lives, but our religious beliefs are not the only thing by which we may be defined. We are teachers, we are parents, we are students, we are lawyers... and we are everything between. And just as importantly, we vote.
It is once again time to take up the charge and remind elected officials that we are American, we are here and that we not only pay attention, but that we are proactive in addressing issues of religious tolerance.
The Pagan Unity Campaign would like to encourage the Pagan community to get involved during this important election year and send in post-cards to current elected officials at the local, state and federal level in addition to those who are running for office. Your post cards should say "I am a Pagan ______" (as always, that blank can be anything you wish it to be) and should be mailed during the week of the Summer Solstice. The rest of the details are up to you.
Contact information for elected officials can be found below!
https://forms.house.gov/wyr/welcome.shtml (House of Representatives)
15 Old House Lane
Chappaqua, NY 10514
Post Office Box 8102
Chicago, IL 60680
2211 East Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Post Office Box 19312
Washington, DC 20036