Congress has the responsibility and authority to impeach the President when, as here, he has violated the Constitution and federal law. But it is up to every American – every one – to ensure that Members of Congress do their job. And that’s what we’re going to do. We’re going to deliver millions of signatures to Congress to convince Members to introduce articles of impeachment; we’re going to flood Congress with calls from their constituents and pass local resolutions to pressure Members of Congress to defend our Constitution; we’re going to build the case for why Donald Trump should be impeached and removed from the office immediately; and we’re going to organize in every county across the country, until Congress has no choice, but to uphold the Constitution and represent the people who elected them.
Here’s how you can help:
Step 1: Sign the Petition – If we can show that the American people are willing to stand up for the Constitution, Congress will follow our lead. After you sign, share it with your friends and neighbors by email or social media. Or, click here to download petitions to collect signatures your community. If you’re looking for more information to share, check out our Resources page.
Step 2: Call, write, or visit your representative – If you’re feeling empowered, you can do all three! Ask your Representative to co-sponsor our impeachment resolution to ensure that no one is above the law, not even the President. Click here to download Phone Instructions and a Sample Script for Contacting your Representative in Congress.
PHONE: You may phone the United States Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121. A switchboard operator will connect you directly with the Senate office you request
MAIL: You can direct postal correspondence to your Senator or to other U.S.Senate offices at the following address:
For correspondence to U.S. Senators:
Office of Senator (Name)
United States Senate
Washington, D.C. 20510
EMAIL: You can reach your Senator via email, by looking up their contact information , by clicking here for the U.S. Senate website.
TOWN HALL: Meet with your representative face to face, or attend a Town Hall event near you. You can look up your next Town Hall meeting and access materials to organize one by visiting the Town Hall Project.
Step 3: Pass a state and/or local-resolution – Ask your local elected officials — student body government, town council, or state legislature— to draft a resolution in support of impeachment. Click here to download our model resolution. (Updated 11/5/18)