Lobbying is an effective tool—one that’s made stronger when it’s backed up by the collective voice of 2,000 agency members. Lobbyists are influential, but constituents have the real power. After all, it’s your vote that puts that legislator in office, and it’s your vote that can remove him or her from office. Lawmakers must be made aware that their actions are being closely monitored by the voters back home. That’s why our members are such a powerful force.

FAIA’s advocacy is most effective when it works in concert with its nearly 2000 agency members. To that end, agents' relationships with elected officials or even a legislative staffer can help FAIA further your goals. Let us know who you know by completing a Political Contact Information Form.

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Get Involved

Other ways to get involved include:

  • Keep an eye out for and read FAIA Action Alerts.
  • Stay informed about the issues that matter most by regularly reading the Agents Confidential.
  • Get involved with the Legislative & Regulatory Advocacy Council.
  • Attend town hall meetings—FAIA will let its members know of activities in their area.
  • Call or write your legislators when there’s a call to action.
  • Attend fundraisers for candidates who support small business.
  • Contribute to one of FAIA’s political action committees or the federal InsurPac.
  • Plan to attend FAIA’s Capitol Days.

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