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Day 3: Storming Twitter to Show Your Support for Young Children
Early childhood professionals across the country have taken to social media to elevate the importance of investing in quality early learning and healthy development.  Social media provides a unique public platform where you can share resources, offer valuable insights based on your personal experiences, and connect directly with state policymakers. Social media is a quick and easy way to elevate awareness about early childhood issues (i.e. child care, home visiting, health care, ect.) and engage with policymakers at the Statehouse. 


Take a moment to tweet your state elected officials letting them know why early childhood education and health are important to you and why they need to be prioritized in the state budget. You can use this tool to quickly send a prepared tweet to your legislators in only a few clicks!

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