Contact Elected Representatives

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Find Your Officials: Contact info for Federal and state elected representatives.

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Call Federal Senators and Congressmen at (202) 224-3121 or toll free at

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7 Responses to Contact Elected Representatives

  1. Steven Crooks on February 21, 2013 at 5:05 PM

    Dear Jo, The law is called VAWA and it allows a vendictie woman that knows she is in a bad position in the marriage the ability to make a Giant leap over so much legal mumble jumbo and place hear in a far supior position and control in the divorce. It is VAWA and the money that pours into municipalities from the fed funding for this, I might alert you to a NEW epedimic that is emerging and that is the Abuse by frustrateed woman and misguided couples of these ‘step children’ that are dying-being murdered at the rate of 6 per day, Men are checking out at the rate of 3 per day and if you look at the stress calculations for woman over the past decade, Woman have no more stress than they have had for years- basically they are driving their men to suicide and killing the baby’s from those frustrated relationships….thanks for asking
    Steven

    • NCFM on February 22, 2013 at 5:50 PM

      Good points Mr. Crook. However, you are missing some zeros. Mr. are actually “checking out” at roughly 300 a day, not “3”. And they check out four times more often than women. Regardless, thank you for your thoughts.

      • STEVEN on January 3, 2014 at 7:55 PM

        Men are checking out. The point I am trying to make is that Child abuse at the hands of “the trusted government appointed caregivers-WOMEN” is climbing not diminishing. Everything you have been told is a lie.

  2. Steven Crooks on February 21, 2013 at 4:57 PM

    DddddddDeareear Jo,

  3. Jo Anna Patti on June 18, 2012 at 11:14 AM

    I want to know why innocent men are getting sent to jail especially when there’s no proof of wrong doing?
    Do u believe that any woman or man accusing someone should be pysc. evaluated? Especially if they have a criminal background?
    My fiancé’s ex wife put him in jail over claims that never happened. She’s a bitter woman who ruined her family’s life and his life because he wanted a divorce…
    This is how she paid him back, by making false accusations. That’s illegal and it’s also abuse!!!
    I want to know how this country is going to stop these sick tactics from happening??? How??
    Because lives are being destroyed, and the court system and judges, etc. don’t care…
    Is this what are country has reduced itself to???
    Just a business?

    • nancy on February 20, 2013 at 5:46 PM

      I am Canadian and my husband is now being dragged through our system because I wanted him removed from my vehicle. I am looking for help, he is american. I have told them that he is not violent etc.. but noone believes me or cares. I have read how the system is so monetary based and they make a lot of money off of domestic cases. I feel as much as they claim there is equality in the legal system, I can see with my own eyes the sexism that is displayed. they automatically assume because he is a man that he assaulted me, what if i assaulted him? just because I am a female does not mean i cannot have anger issues, but noone bothers to ever look at that. its sickening. it really makes you reconsider ever involving the police in anything. they are victimizing my husband who did no real wrong doing. and to take the voice away from the supposed victim in these cases allows them to do whatever they please.
      the system is sick and needs to be changed.

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