Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Senator Fax numbers for Subcommittee on Public Land


Ron Wyden           202-228-2717

Robert Bennett      202-228-1168

Maria Cantwell      202-228-0514

Bob Corker           202-228-1264

Tim Johnson         202-228-5765

Mary Landrieu      202-224-9735

Blanche Lincoln     202-228-1371

John McCain         202-228-2862

Robert Menendez  202-228-2197

James Risch         202-228-1067

Jeff Sessions        202-224-3149

Jeanne Shaheen   202-228-4131

Mark Udall           202-224-6471

Harry Reid           202-224-7327

Monday, January 25, 2010

Senator Addresses in Washington

Senators on Sub Committee for Public Lands Addresses and Fax

These are the Washington addresses: Washington, DC 20510


Ron Wyden

223 Dirksen Senate Office Building


James Risch

483 Russell Senate Office Building


Jeff Sessions

335 Russell Senate Office Building


Jeanne Shaheen

520 Hart Senate Office Building


Mark Udall

317 Hart Senate Office Building


Robert Bennett

431 Dirksen Senate Office Building


Maria Cantwell

511 Dirksen Senate Office building

Bob Corker

185 Dirksen Senate Office Building


Tim Johnson

136 Hart Senate Office Building


Mary Landrieu

328 Hart Senate Office Building


Blanche Lincoln

355 Dirksen Senate Office Building


John McCain

241 Russell Senate Office Building


Robert Menendez

528 Hart Senate office Buidling  

Friday, January 22, 2010

Phone Numbers of Senators on Subcommittee for Public Lands and Forests

John Barrasso 202-224-6441 WY

Robert Bennett 202-224-5444 UT

Maria Cantwell 202-224-3441 WA

Bob Corker 202-224-3344 TN

Tim Johnson 202-224-5842 SD

Mary Landrieu 202-224-5824 LA

Blanch Lincoln 202-224-4843 AR

John McCain 202-224-2235 AZ

Robert Menendez 202-224-4744 NJ

James Risch 202-224-2752 ID

Jeff Sessions 202-224-4124 AL

Jeanne Shaheen 202-224-2831 NH

Mark Udall 202-224-5941 CO

Ron Wyndn 202-224-5244 OR

Thursday, January 21, 2010

How I see the big picture of the Twitter Campaign to Stop the Wildhorse Round ups

How I see this working. We meet regularly in tweet chat to discuss strategy and to create concrete plans of action that we can take and recruit others to take. By doing this we create a campaign with legs rather than a hit or miss where we don’t know what to do or what anyone else is doing. 

We regularly recruit other members to join us and ask the same of them. Growing our numbers will be key in spreading the word and gaining some real clout. We will have more flexibility as a grass roots effort.

My goal would be that we have at least 5 people from EACH state. We need to cover the entire United States. With people from each state we can grow our numbers within that state and leverage our ability to put pressure on our state senators and representatives to audit the BLM and to call for declaration of a moratorium.

Many senators and reps are up for re election, our vote and influence will be important and we will let be very clear.

When we all act within our areas in tandem we increase the power of our message rather than a random hit to a media source or a public office.

We will begin Tweet Chat meetings privately and with an access code. That way we can build our numbers and gain momentum before we take it viral. This will also protect us from early infiltration by our opposition. Hopefully it will grow fast which I believe it will and at that time we will need the chats to be accessible.