The ISEA Legislative Directory is run by Capwiz, a product of GQ Roll Call, through an agreement with the National Education Association (NEA). You can use it to contact your legislators, view action alerts, find out who is running for office during an election (national, state, county, and city), and even send letters to the editor of your local newspaper.
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