If you live in one of the thirteen congressional districts listed below, your U.S. representative is a member of the Congressional Freethought Caucus. Will you thank them for their leadership today?
In February, the Congressional Freethought Caucus held its most important meeting to date. For the first time, caucus members met with leaders from across the secular community to discuss priorities and establish a way forward for science-based policy and the separation of church and state. Now is an excellent time to let caucus members know how much we appreciate their leadership.
The more support caucus members receive from constituents, the more likely it is that they’ll encourage their colleagues to join. Will you take this moment to thank your representative for joining the Congressional Freethought Caucus?
- GA-4, Decatur (Hank Johnson)
- IL-6, Chicago (Sean Casten)
- MD-8, Takoma Park (Jamie Raskin)
- PA-07, South Whitehall Township (Susan Wild)
- TN-9, Memphis (Steve Cohen)
- WA-7, Seattle (Pramila Jayapal)
- Washington, D.C., At-Large (Eleanor Holmes Norton)
- WI-2, Madison (Mark Pocan)
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Director of Government Affairs
Center for Inquiry
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