Write a letter to the editor

Watch this short video that tells you how to write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper.

When it comes to Everglades Restoration and water quality in Florida there is no room for complacency.

One of the most effective ways to make your voice heard is to write a Letter to the Editor of your newspaper. Politicians aren’t always taking calls as they should, but they do pay attention to the newspapers. When your Letter to the Editor is published, your voice is amplified to hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of Floridians.

The best letters are factual and personal. People are more likely to remember stories versus facts and figures. If the environmental crises have directly impacted you in the last few years, we highly encourage you to write a letter to your editor.

In your letter be concise, informative, respectful and follow the word limit and rules for submission provided by each newspaper.

You can find instructions below for many newspapers around Florida. Share your thoughts, concerns, and stories with your local news outlets by visiting the links below. This is one of the best ways to have your voice heard and to make an impact for the upcoming 2019 Legislative Session.

If you have any questions, ASK US. We’re here to help!

Florida Times Union: How to submit a letter to the editor

Miami Herald: How to submit a letter to the editor

News Press: How to submit a letter to the editor

Orlando Sentinel: How to submit a letter to the editor

The Palm Beach Post: How to submit a letter to the editor

Pensacola News Journal: How to submit a letter to the editor  

Sun Sentinel: How to submit a letter to the editor

Tallahassee Democrat: How to submit a letter to the editor  

Tampa Bay Times: How to submit a letter to the editor  

 

 

 

  • Elizabeth Capozzi
    published this page in The Action 2019-01-20 19:53:14 -0500
  • Elizabeth Capozzi
    published this page in The Action 2018-08-07 12:16:54 -0400

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