- Action Alert
- Middle East & Iran
Call Your Senators: Block Bombs to Saudi Arabia
Your senators will vote the week of June 12 on whether to block bombs to Saudi Arabia, which are being used to kill civilians in Yemen. Your calls to the Senate are crucial to ensure the Senate sends a strong message to challenge this deadly war.
Thank Senators who Voted to Block Bombs to Saudi Arabia
You can continue the push to end U.S. complicity in the Saudi war in Yemen by responding to your senators' votesWrite to Congress
UPDATE: FCNL applauds the 47 senators who voted on June 13, 2017 to block the sale of U.S. weapons to Saudi Arabia. Please raise your voice by calling your senators today and thanking them for their Yea vote or voicing your dissent from their Nay vote on S.J. Res 42 to block U.S. bombs to Saudi Arabia.
Call Your Senators in Three Steps:
1. Dial the Capitol switchboard:
1-855-68-NO-WAR (1-855-686-6927), where you will be directed to provide your zip code to identify your state/district, and will be automatically connected to the offices of your legislators.
2. Ask your senator to vote for S.J. Res 42, to block bombs to Saudi Arabia.
Please call both of your senators. Every vote will make a difference to block the bombs and challenge the war.
Hi my name is [NAME] and I'm a voting constituent from [CITY/STATE].
I'm calling to urge the senator to vote in support of S.J. Res 42, the Murphy-Paul-Franken legislation to block bombs to Saudi Arabia. In a war that has killed over 10,000 Yemeni civilians, the US should stop fueling the indiscriminate killing of civilians and instead should push for a peaceful solution to end the war.
Optional: You can also give the staffer your email and urge them to send you a written response to your request for maximum impact.
I look forward to your response.
3. Spread the word!
Tell your friends to call their senators as well. We don't have much time.
Then, you can take more actions:
Tell Congress: Block Weapons of Mass Starvation
Will you write a letter to the editor today urging your lawmakers to block bomb sales to Saudi Arabia?Write an LTE