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Advocacy Tools and Information

Making an Impact at Every Level

NAPA's advocacy goals bring together the entire asphalt pavement industry – including suppliers and equipment manufacturers – to effectively advocate the need to grow investments in federally-funded highway and airport programs, secure federal funding for research and deployment of innovative pavement technologies, and defeat harmful pavement-type selection and pavement design mandates. 

2022 House and Senate Congressional Calendar

Conduct a Great Plant Tour

An CRH plant hosts Rep. Terri Sewell (D-Ala.)

Together We Can Make a Strong Case for Asphalt

One of the most effective ways to connect with legislators is to bring them into the plant, show them the equipment, and discuss your company's impact on the local economy.

Interacting with lawmakers at your site is a critical step in building long-lasting relationships with them, and provides an opportunity for legislators to better understand your business and focus their attention on the asphalt pavement industry’s priorities. LEARN HOW to schedule and conduct you best plant tour yet. 

TRIP Fact Sheets

Find Key Facts by State on America's Surface Transportation System

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Advocacy Handbook

Government decisions impact business and our lives, learn how to advocate to ensure legislators understand the real-world effects of their decisions.

Become an Advocate

Organize In-District Meetings

Lawmakers want to hear from you, organize a meeting and save on travel expenses by talking to lawmakers in the home office.

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Requesting In-District Meeting

Staffers on Capitol Hill schedule meetings in-district all the time, but for those unfamiliar, follow NAPA's template to get started today.

Sample Letter

Running Effective Meetings

Lawmakers are busy and often have limited time to meet with constituents. Follow this 10-step guide to ensure your meeting is a success.

Guide

White Paper on Reconciliation

Since many NAPA members have questions about the reconciliation process, NAPA has released a white paper on how the reconciliation process works and how it may be used in advancing infrastructure legislation. 

White Paper on Reconciliation