State-by-State Advocacy Resources

 

When taking part in NPCA's National Days of Action, district office meetings or related advocacy initiatives, we strive to provide you with state-specific background materials. Contact us to receive information about the 116th Congress, including:

  • Congressional Delegations: For each state, we can provide you with a two-page summary of Senators and Congressmen/women, including contact information, committee  assignments, key actions related to the Peace Corps, and more. Use this information judiciously, as a lack of indicated support does not always mean the lawmaker is not supportive of the Peace Corps. One such example is some lawmakers may not sign a “Dear Colleague” letter because the letter is addressed to the committee on which they sit.
  • Your State and the Peace Corps Summaries: We have information related to individual states and profiles of some notable RPCVs with current/past connections to your state. Please contact us if you have updated information that we may want to incorporate into these documents in the future.
  • Peace Corps Reflections: Utilizing powerful Peace Corps community comments found in NPCA's member directory, we have compiled state-by-state testimonies on the impact and importance of the Peace Corps.

Looking for our state-by-state advocacy coordinators? Click here.


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Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas


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California

Colorado

Connecticut


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Delaware

District of Columbia


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Florida


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Georgia


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Hawaii


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Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa


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Kansas

Kentucky


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Louisiana


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Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

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Mississippi

Missouri

Montana


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Nebraska

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota


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Ohio

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Pennsylvania


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Rhode Island


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South Carolina

South Dakota


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Tennessee

Texas


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Utah


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Vermont

Virginia


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Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming