EIS L’ASOS L’HASHEMHA’ARETZ NASAN L’VNAI ADAMT’NU OZE L’ELOKIM
CALL to ACTION
Event:The Agudath Israel of America has called all Jewish voters to contact their state legislators immediately.A bill to change the definition of marriage, to make legal marriages between two men or two women, has been introduced in the Assembly and may soon be introduced in the Senate.It is expected the biggest battle will take place over the Senate.
Explanation:Every registered Jewish voter who is not osek b’Torah should take a few minutes to call his neighborhood Senator’s office. A sample nusach is included below, along with a chart listing the contact information for the Senators for our neighborhoods.
“I’m calling as a concerned voter in the district.I am deeply opposed to changing the definition of marriage.Please do everything in your power to stop this bill from becoming law.We will be watching to see how the Senator votes on this important issue.”
*It’s especially important that as many people as we can contact the senators with a star *.They hold leadership positions in the Senate or said they are “undecided” on the issue. Please forward and encourage any friends or relatives you have living in these districts to contact these senators.
Be Polite.Don’t Threaten. Be Positive.
May the Aybishter make us worthy of having the bruchos from this week’s sedra fulfilled through us.“You will pursue your enemies and they will fall before you… five among you will pursue one hundred and a hundred from among you will pursue ten thousand and your enemies will fall before you.”Parshas Bechukosai, Vayikra, 26.7-8.You should be matzliach l’kvod Shamayim.Dovid Z. Schwartz, Director, Community Guardian’s Group.
Senate District 22 Sen. Martin Golden
Phone (518) 455-2730
*(Voted AGAINST toeiva marriage last time, and he’s Assistant Deputy Whip in the Senate)
The Community Guardian’s Group permits all duplication of these reports.Prior issues of the Guardian’s Report are available online at www.zehjournal.com.For further information contact Director of CGG, Dovid Z. Schwartz, at CGG@zehjournal.com, (917) 680-6632.