One Republican senator was swayed by as little as 4,000 calls apparently. Now we need just one more senator.
Here are the undecideds; please please please contact them:
UNDECIDED NEW YORK STATE SENATORS:
Greg Ball. firstname.lastname@example.org, (845) 279 3773
Andrew Lanza, Staten Island. (718) 984-4073
Stephen M. Saland of Poughkeepsie. (845) 463-0840, email@example.com
J. Kemp Hannon, Nassau County. (516) 739-1700, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Grisanti of Erie County, not answering the phone. May be in hiding. (518) 455-3240
When you call, just say "I'm calling about the gay marriage vote. I'm not a constituent but I am a resident of NY. I'm entirely in favour of gay marriage and I really hope that Senator X will be too." They may ask you where you're from or your name, but chances are good they won't. They'll say thank you and hang up. The end.
And you might have done a small part in a civil rights movement. You might have helped families.
You can also tweet and email at them, though no texting.
I think, by the way, it's also important to find your Senator and Assemblyperson and thank them (provided, of course they voted Aye) for supporting Marriage Equality. We want to let them know that their constituents stand behind them on this issue and we'll support them when they support us.
Also my Senator and my Assemblyman both tweeted back at me and my senator follows me now. <3<3 Local politics are THE BEST you guys.
Go, help make history today. Please.
Plus, as I offered on twitter; if you contact them and ask them to support gay marriage and then tell me you did so? I'll make you cookies.
ETA: At lowellboyslash 's request, I include the text of the bill: http://www.dailygotham.com/lizasabater/b