We need your help. CAHU is gearing up for a very heavy year of legislative and regulatory action. At moment’s notice, we may need your help communicating CAHU’s position on critical issues. To make CAHU’s “one voice” as effective and efficient as possible we have a simple, online system – VoterVoice. Many of you might be familiar with NAHU’s Operation Shout – VoterVoice is essentially the same – a grassroots system designed to communicate, via email, a group’s position on an issue to political leaders.
To register for VoterVoice, use Quick Sign Up below! By registering, you are simply activating your participation in future campaigns. For those of you who have already registered – thank you.
To view current CAHU Calls to Action choose the Advocacy Campaigns link below. Calls to Action campaigns will open and close according to where the bill is in the legislative process.
Every CAHU member should “adopt” his/her elected representatives (State Assembly, State Senator, federal Congressional representative, U.S. Senator). “Adopting” means developing a personal relationship with the elected representative and his/her staff. It also means meeting with the legislators in their district and capitol offices and acting as citizen lobbyists at CAHU’s Day at the Capitol and NAHU’s Day on the Hill each year.
- Find Your Legislator - State Assembly (PDF)
- Find Your Legislator - State Senate (PDF)
- Find Your Legislator - US House of Representatives (PDF)
- Log a Legislative Visit Here!
There are many ways to get involved in our legislative advocacy program, and make no mistake about it - your active participation is critical and greatly appreciated. Monetary contributions to our state and national Political Action Committees, CAHU PAC and HUPAC are the lifeblood of our success and need not be spectacular to make a difference. We also need boots on the ground in your local communities, as well as your input and insights about issues that affect our clients and their families. Please see below and explore these are the many other ways you can help us make a difference on behalf of health care consumers.