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You can:

  • Visit GCADV and GCFV websites often from January through April to monitor the legislative session and respond to policy alerts to call your legislator.

  • Write, call, or visit your elected officials and tell them that family violence is an important issue to you as a voter.

  • Find out how candidates stand on family violence issues before voting for them.

  • Attend Stop Violence Against Women Day at the Capitol to show legislators how important this issue is to voters (usually January of each year).

Resources for Voters