Expose Anti-Abortion Pregnancy Centers is an advocacy project to help citizens’ voices be heard by elected officials. In the 2023 Legislative Session, an unprecedented amount of $25 million was allocated to the anti-abortion pregnancy network per year. Now more than ever, it’s crucial to demand our state STOP using taxpayer dollars to fund these centers.
Thank you for participating in the campaign and spreading the word to protect our communities.
Download this PDF to print your own set of postcards addressed to four elected officials. Or, to print multiple sets, send to your local print shop. Not sure who your Representatives are? Find out here.
Adding your name and your return address adds credibility to your message. Anonymous mail is easily discarded. Please be sure to include your name and zip when you write to these officials. Make sure your voice is heard.
Help us spread the word about this project! Please snap photos of your completed cards and post to social media with our hashtag #EndTheLies, tag your elected official and share our website: FloridaReproFreedom.org
As stated above, some participants in the Expose Anti-Abortion Pregnancy Centers postcard campaign are sending the PDF to their local print shop for double-sided printing onto cardstock. Some are doing their own cutting, while others are paying for the print shop to cut the cardstock into four pieces. Either way is fine.
Printing and Setup Tips for using your own printer at home
Most desktop printers should work for this, if cardstock will go through.
- Do not scale to fit or shrink to fit
- Print at 100%
Printing BOTH sides of the postcard
- There is a backside for each card file. Be sure to print both sides! The back side has the address portion.
- It can be best to print the front and back page in separate passes. (Print only the page w/ the designs by selecting the “range” of pages – not “All”)
- Take note of how the paper is fed into the printer (put a small dot on one side so you can test to see how the paper feeds through your printer)
- Your printer may have an option for printing double-sided. If you can understand how to adjust the second side, feel free to try this. Sometimes the default setting puts the back side of the card upside down.
What type of paper to use?
- Postcards need to be printed on cardstock
- Choose 80-lb to 110-lb cardstock to meet USPS regulations
- Reams of this paper can be purchased at any office supply store
- The card prints in black and white so any color cardstock is fine (consider a bright color)
What postage is required?
- “Small” cards require a USPS 35-cent stamp.