If you're new to the group, here are some steps you can take which will facilitate future actions:
1) Store your Senators' and your House Representative's contact information in your phone. Store the address and phone number of their DC office as well as of their closest local district office to you. If your Senator is hard to get hold of, store phone numbers for several or all of their other offices. Links to help you find this information are on the Speak Out page of this site.
2) Go to your Senators' and House Representative's pages and sign up for email updates. This will let you know about public appearances, legislation they're involved with, policies, etc.
3) Fax Zero will send up to five free faxes a day for you; you can fax your Senators or House Representative. Bookmark Fax Zero, or link to it via this site.
4) Store the White House contact information in your phone.
5) Bookmark Vote Smart - this site will let you look up your reps’ voting record, their positions, their funding, etc.
Also useful is Open Secrets, which has valuable information about lobbyists, PACS, campaign donors, and "dark money."
6) Set up alerts about your House and Senate Representatives (or any other person of interest to you) at Google Alerts. You'll receive an email whenever
the person you've earmarked appears in the news.
7) Buy a supply of 34 cent postcard stamps. Because of security screening, sending mail in envelopes to the House or Senate delays delivery to the recipient by weeks rather than days. Postcards arrive quicker, and a handwritten note carries weight. Postcards can also be ordered from USPS.com.
8) Buy a supply of postcards. You can order 50 blank postcards for $8.95 from Amazon. Amazon also sells packs of 20 state postcards for $7.98.
9) If there is any particular issue or piece of legislation you'd like to keep track of, you can look it up at Congress.gov; bookmark the site.
10) Search on Facebook for an Indivisible group in your area. There are many Indivisible groups across the country, and they are invaluable sources of
information about protests, rallies, meetings, town halls, legislation, etc. And the Indivisible Guide online is a great resource.
11) If you shop at Amazon, consider logging in via www.smile.Amazon.com. Then you can select a good cause (e.g. NPR or the ACLU), and Amazon will
make a small donation to them every time you buy something.