My congressman, who has been in office for decades, and often votes the wrong way on issues, sometimes does something right.
He has an office nearby, and sometimes when I'm in the area, I stop and borrow a piece of paper from a staffer and leave him a note about ending the federal drug war, or healthcare freedom.
I think I'll stop by and say, "thanks."
I figure they add up the feedback and in-person visits get more points than any other communication. (Even if he's thousands of miles away, in D.C., they keep track.)
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