Citizens' Pledge

On November 7th, our country will know who we have elected as our President for the next four years. I pledge to support the President and ask Congress to work in a cooperative, constructive, bi-partisan way with whomever we elect as our leader, to move our country forward and to solve our economic, social, educational, and other problems. 

It's been said that "united we stand, divided we fall." Please ask your member of Congress (Find here: http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml) to sign the pledge and to behave in a manner worthy of the office he or she will hold for the next two years. 

It is amazing what can be accomplished when no one cares who gets the credit, and how little can be accomplished when differences are greater than the common goal for the people of the United States of America. 

PLEASE JOIN US. Our future and that of our children, grandchildren, and fellow citizens requires that we and all of our leaders join together, having put aside our differences for the benefit of all. 

SHARE THE PLEDGE: 
1. SOCIAL MEDIA: Share and/or comment, like or tweet the Citizens' Pledge (RIGHT NOW) through Facebook and Twitter. 

2. EMAIL: Copy this message and email it to your representative: 

Dear (your Congressperson's name here)______________________, 
As your constituent I encourage you to make the Citizens' Pledge. If you have already done so, thank you. 
THE CITIZENS' PLEDGE 
"I pledge to support the President (whomever we elect) and ask Congress to work in a cooperative, constructive, bi-partisan way with whomever we elect as our leader, to move our country forward and to solve our economic, social, educational, and other problems." 
TAKE THE PLEDGE here: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/citizenspledge/ 

Use this link http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml to find your representative's email address or website. Paste the message you've copied into an email or website contact form and send.

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