The PSATS Grassroots Network is composed of local leaders who work together to ensure that the voice of all townships is heard in Harrisburg and Washington.
PSATS keeps members of the network informed of the status of important legislation and policies. Network members are encouraged to establish relationships with their legislators and communicate with them regularly about how a piece of legislation or a particular policy would impact township government.
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Questions or comments can be directed to Melissa Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (717) 763-0930 Ext 178. Thank you again for all that you do!
Grassroots Advocacy Network Resources
► PSATS Week in Review
Looking for what happened this week in Harrisburg and Washington? Check out the PSATS Grassroots Network Week in Review.
The Week in Review contains information on upcoming meetings and events pertinent to townships, the status of legislation that PSATS is tracking, legislation that is expected to be introduced, and much more. To access the Week in Review PSATS members can login to connect.psats.org or email email@example.com
The National Association of Towns and Townships (NATaT) is the voice for more than 10,000 towns and townships across America seeking to enhance the ability of smaller communities to deliver public services, economic vitality, and good government to their citizens. America’s towns and townships seek to partner with the federal government to ensure that public laws, policies, regulations, and resources support our role in fostering local democracy. Click here to view NATatT’s 2020 Federal Platform
► PSATS Grassroots Lobbying Guide
Interested in learning how to become an effective grassroots lobbyist? Check out the PSATS Grassroots Lobbying Guide. This guidebook is an excellent tool for township officials interested in becoming effective grassroots lobbyists.
Add Your Voice to the Network
Interested in becoming a member of the PSATS Grassroots Advocacy Network? Contact PSATS at firstname.lastname@example.org or (717) 763-0930 ext. 178.