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Letters to the President

Idea for a Letter to the President

(If a legible letter is not possible for some reason, then print and sign; otherwise, writing it by hand is preferred.)

(Write the date.)

President Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20500]

President Obama,

I ask for your support for and promotion of Improved Medicare for All via single-payer health care.

You have known for years that we will get more, pay less, and cover everyone.

I am actively informing other Americans about Improved Medicare for All (via I request that you do the same.


  (Sign it.)

(Write your name)
(Write your address so that he can respond)

Send via the U.S. Mail. If you have any questions about sending it by U.S. Mail, see both of these very informative web pages about this topic:
Sending via Paper
About Sending Mail.

It’s best to write your letter onto a 8.5 inch by 11 inch sheet of paper and send it in a 4-1/8 inch by 9-1/2 inch business envelope, as specified by President Obama’s staff as the best format for sending a letter to Washington, D.C.

Encourage others in your household to send a letter whenever you do.

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