- Advocacy Resources
NPMA’s Public Policy team has created tools for all NPMA members to be the best advocates for the industry. NPMA members can log in and view the Public Policy resource library, with one-pagers, videos, and how-to guides on topics like how to give politically, how to conduct a Hill meeting, and how to plan a fly-in.
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How to: Request a Hill Meeting
When you come to DC, it can be daunting to figure out how to set up a meeting with your members of Congress and/or their staff. This guide will walk you through how to find your members and request a meeting.
How to: Conduct a Hill Meeting
Now that you’ve set up a Hill meeting, you need to be prepared to conduct it. This guide will walk you through how to conduct a Hill meeting with a group of any size.
How to: Conduct a Virtual Hill Meeting
Virtual Hill meetings are very similar to meeting in person, with just a few additional considerations. This guide will walk you through how to conduct a virtual Hill meeting with a group of any size.
FAQ: Capitol Hill
Whether you are new to Hill visits or have come to visit with your representatives for years, NPMA is committed to helping you navigate Capitol Hill like a pro.
How to: Give Politically
This guide will walk you through how to best leverage making political contributions at the state or federal level.
Guidelines: Political Giving Limits (Personal)
Many NPMA members are politically active, whether on a personal level or through state PACs. It can be confusing to navigate state versus federal giving limits, especially if you are politically active in more than one state. NPMA has prepared a helpful guide to contribution limits for individuals at the federal level and in all 50 states.