FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS

Add Public Officials to the Endorsers List

There are several ways to add a public official to the United 4 Equality endorsement list.

Declaration of Support

For Public Officials: Complete the form below, which constitutes your affirmation of the following statement:

I, ____________, declare my support for H.J. Res. 47 in the U.S. House of Representatives to remove the deadline for ratification of the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

I, ____________, declare my support for S.J. Res. 39 in the U.S. Senate to remove the deadline for ratification of the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

Name

Title/Position

Location: City, State

Email

Phone


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Other Public Statements of Support

  • Any statement of support for removing the deadline for ratification of the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment made by the elected official or an official spokesperson on the official's website or the letterhead of the official's office.*
  • An article in a newspaper or magazine that includes a statement of support for removing the deadline for ratification of the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment in order to complete the requirement of 3/4 of the states or (38) states from the public official or an official spokesperson.*
  • A video of the public official featuring a clearly visible and audible expression of support for removing the deadline for ratification of the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment, which has been posted on YouTube or another video sharing website.*
  • Sponsorship, co-sponsorship or vote cast by the public official, or statement made as part of the public record in favor of a resolution or bill supporting removing the deadline for ratification of the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment.

Adding a Public Official to the Endorsers List



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