Write to the papers and blogs.
You can influence many people with your words, so it’s important to an election. Send your opinions to the editors of our important news outlets.
Remember that not all letters will be printed, however those that do often go into the online version of the paper. All letters must include the author’s name, address and telephone number for verification purposes. You will be getting a call from the paper to verify that you wrote the letter. Only the name and hometown will be published. Take note of the maximum amount of words you are allowed to write.
- Forward this information to a friend!
- Write and spell check in a word processing document. Spell check and get a word count.
- Have a friend proofread it to make sure your thoughts are clear and concise.
Beloit Daily News – email@example.com - 300 words
Janesville Gazette – firstname.lastname@example.org - 250 words
Kenosha News – email@example.com - 250 words – The Kenosha News only print Kenosha county residents letters. You may include personal photo.
Racine Journal Times - firstname.lastname@example.org – 250 words - Preference given to Racine residents
Shepherd Express - email@example.com – 250 words – Liberal Milwaukee based weekly paper with the largest circulation in Wisconsin
Southern Lakes Newspapers – firstname.lastname@example.org - 500 words - (27 papers in Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth County) - Edward Nadolski – Editor-in-Chief
Daily Kos – Instructions on how to post – The Daily Kos is nationally known.
Kays Blue Racine – Blog – This local Southeast Wisconsin blog has a huge following.