Letters to the Editor

Writing a Letter to the Editor is a great way to reach a large number of people with the message of reform.  Letters are typically short, and many papers have a maximum of about 250 words.  To help your letter have the biggest and best impact, we've gathered a few tips from the Press Tips page of our Walk Toolkit:

  • Messages with relevance to a specific and current local issue, and personal stories, are often favored, so tie your letter in to something that's going on right now, either in your own life or state or national politics.
  • Be informative without using jargon -- it should be easily understood by everyone.
  • Be passionate but not inflammatory. Don't call people names - just prove your point.
  • Don’t forget to include your name, town, and phone number

Every letter you write helps spread the word in communities across the Granite State and build our movement to end big money corruption in our politics.  Please email [email protected] if you have any questions, need more advice, and to share your published letter!


Capital Region

Greater Manchester 

Greater Nashua


Monadnock Region

Lakes Region 

Upper Valley

White Mountains and North Country