NFFV Legislative Captain GUIDELINES
Objective of the Legislative Captain Program: To provide a substantial voice from “We the People” to our State Senators in support of “JUST” bills and opposing “UNJUST” bills.
The Role a Legislative Captain: The role of a Legislative Captain is to be a “NFFV point of contact” for information either supporting or opposing priority bills in your area of interest. Captains then disperse the talking points to your five or more friends (sphere of influence) and encourage them to contact the State Senators.
Duties of a Legislative Captain:
1) Choose one or more categories that represent your area(s) of interest. The categories are as follows:
- Pro-Life / Anti-Abortion
- Religious Liberty
- Education & Children
- Medical Freedom
- Second Amendment
- Taxes and Job Growth
- Election Integrity
2) Receive information from NFFV during the legislative session on the talking points for priority bills in your area of interest.
3) Disperse the information you receive from NFFV to your friends/contacts and encourage them to reach out to State Senators.
Time Commitment: The time commitment will occur during the legislative session, and will be dependent upon the number of proposed bills that are in your area(s) of interest. On the days in which your priority bills need addressed, the time commitment is the amount of time it takes you to reach out to your friends/contacts with the talking points and encourage them to contact the State Senators. For some this may be via email, for others it may be via text, and others may have a social media group of like-minded people.