Are you interested in issues affecting older adults? Join members of the Wisconsin Aging Advocacy Network (WAAN) and others to help educate state legislators about issues affecting Wisconsin’s aging population.
Citizens from around the state will gather on Wednesday, May 16th, in Madison for a day of advocacy training and meetings with legislators. No experience necessary, because you’ll get the training and support you need before meeting with state lawmakers. Then join others from your district to provide legislators with information on how their votes will affect older adults.
Aging Advocacy Day Schedule
9:00—10:00 a.m.: Registration, Bethel Lutheran Church, 312 Wisconsin Ave., Madison, WI 53703
10:00 a.m.: Advocate Training, Briefing on WAAN’s state priority issues, Tips for effective communication with your state legislators
11:00 a.m.: Planning time with others from your Senate district
11:30 a.m.: Planning time with others from your Assembly district
12:00 p.m.: Lunch & travel/walk to the State Capitol (2 blocks)
12:45 p.m.: Meet at the State Capitol for group photo
1:00—2:45 p.m.: Legislative Visits
1:15—3:00 p.m.: Check-out and debriefing, State Capitol, North Hearing Room—2nd Floor. Turn in your Advocacy Day Feedback Sheets and Evaluation Form.
Your voice can make a difference!
Check back soon! Registration will begin March 1; registration deadline is May 1.
Share this opportunity with your communities! Legislators have a better idea of how their votes affect thier constituants when they hear personal stories. Use the article or ad (available as .jpeg and .pdf) below in your local paper.