What is the FPIW Legislative Liaison Network?
The FPIW Legislative Liaison Network is a growing collaboration of citizens, representing all 49 Washington legislative districts, who are interested in promoting good public policy in Washington State.
What is an FPIW Legislative Liaison and What Do They Do?
An FPIW Legislative Liaison represents FPIW’s pro-life and pro-family policy objectives to his or her own district lawmakers. This is a volunteer position.
An FPIW Legislative Liaison commits to:
- Pray on a regular basis for his or her legislators
- Meeting year round with legislators in order to inform, educate and advocate for good public policy
- Serve as the conveyor of information between the FPIW and their district lawmakers
- Invest the time and effort to know and understand more about what motivates lawmakers and their personal priorities
- Sharing their own personal stories about why the sanctity of human life and the family matter so much and the impact on society when these issues are eroded
- Foster good relations by establishing “bridges” of agreement on neutral issues that will lead to more meaningful and productive discussions on the weightier ones
How do I Get Started?
- Register as a volunteer (click the button to the right)
- Provide your contact information
- Select “Legislative Liaison” as one of your options
- Submit the completed form
- FPIW will contact you to schedule an legislative liaison introductory training and legislative priorities briefing session