170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting

So far this year, Congressional opposition to public broadcasting has been pretty quiet. But yesterday all that changed when Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) began circulating a letter to his colleagues asking that the federal government eliminate future funding for public broadcasting.

Right now, Senator DeMint is pushing his letter to every office in the Senate- asking his fellow Senators to sign on.

We need to counter this dangerous attack on public broadcasting, and demonstrate the strength of the public support for public broadcasting to every Senator!

Please, help us spread the word now.

Call, email, tweet or facebook your Senators today and ask them to SUPPORT PUBLIC BROADCASTING and urge them to OPPOSE SIGNING SENATOR DEMINT’S LETTER to eliminate funding for public broadcasting.

Please call Sen. Jeff Bingaman at (202) 224-5521 and Sen. Tom Udall at (202) 224-6621 today and tell them to support public broadcasting and oppose Senator DeMint’s letter.

To send an email to your Senators, click here

Tweet: @SenatorTomUdall I urge you to support public broadcasting: I do. http://170MillionAmericans.org #standupforpublicbroadcasting

Facebook: Senator Jim DeMint from South Carolina began circulating a letter to his colleagues, asking the federal government to eliminate future funding for public broadcasting. This would cut top-of-the-line, in-depth news, educational shows for all ages, and local programming. These are programs that are important to us all. More than 170 Million Americans access public media every month! Protect your local station: Join us with 170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting and call your Senators today. Ask them to support public broadcasting and urge them to OPPOSE SIGNING SENATOR DEMINT’S LETTER.

Your voice is critical to the future of public broadcasting. Please help safeguard continued federal funding for your local public broadcasting station. Please contact your Senators today.

Obtained from http://170millionamericans.org/

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