Two calls to make: Senators Kennedy and Cassidy
Senator Bill Cassidy: DC Office: 202-224-5824; Metairie office: 504-838-0130; Monroe: 318-324-2111; Lake Charles: 337-493-5398; Alexandria: 318-448-7176
Senator John Kennedy: DC office: 202-224-4623; New Orleans: 504-581-6190; Lafayette: (337) 269-5980; Monroe: (318) 361-1489; Alexandria: (318) 445-2892; Baton Rouge: (225) 926-8033; Shreveport: (318) 670-5192
SAMPLE SCRIPT: Hi, my name is [Your Name] and I'm an active constituent from New Orleans, ZIP Code 70118 [or wherever your from]. I'm concerned that the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court is a threat to our civil and human rights. Earning President Trump’s nomination required satisfying troubling ideological litmus tests, including promises to overturn Roe v. Wade and undermine healthcare for millions of Americans. I urge you to put country over party to protect your constituents, the Constitution, and our rights by asking Judge Kavanaugh hard questions and demanding the release of the relevant records to determine whether he will protect the rights of all Americans. I oppose the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, particularly given the rushed nature of the hearing and the complete lack of transparency surrounding his record.
This call is courtesy of Metairie Indivisible.