AB 2943 District Day of Action

What does AB 2943 do?

AB 2943 prohibits individuals, whether a pastor, clergy, or licensed therapist, from: advertising sexual orientation change efforts, offering to engage in sexual orientation change efforts, and engaging in sexual orientation change efforts. This legislation also bans books that are aimed at helping individuals deal with sexual orientation and gender identity questions.

AB 2943 has made it’s way through the CA State Assembly and is now making it’s way through the State Senate. AB 2943 could be heard as soon as Monday, July 2nd in the Senate Appropriations Committee, and then make its way directly to the Senate Floor. This is why we have formed the District Day of Action.

Once the bill passes the Appropriations Committee, it will be voted on by the entire Senate. Your senator needs to hear from you. The most effective way to make an impact is for people to communicate their opposition to those elected to represent them.

Ready to take action to stop this assault on free speech & religious freedom? We’re here to help you make an impact!

Follow this Step-by-Step Guide to participate in the AB 2943 District Day of Action:

Step 1: Click here to register.

Step 2: Find your CA State Senator here:

Step 3:  Click on their name to locate their website. Find their DISTRICT OFFICE address.

Step 4: Decide on a time to visit their DISTRICT OFFICE on Friday, June 29th.
(You can try to make an appointment, but if you are unable, don’t let that stop you from dropping by without an appointment.)

Step 5: Read the talking points below so that you are prepared with basic points on the bill when you go in.

Step 6:  Print the below items and give them to your legislator or staff:

Step 7:  Here’s some help on what to say when you arrive for your visit:


My name is _______________. I am a constituent in Senator _______________’s district. I wanted to drop off some information and find out where Senator _______________ stands on AB 2943? I am opposed to this bill because:

[Select from the talking points provided above]

I am asking Senator ____________ to vote no on AB 2943. Can you pass this information along to him/her? Do you know their position on the bill?

(Give them your contact info. Follow up with them.)

Step 9: Use this day to increase awareness on this bill among Californians by Tweeting at your Senator.Below are the Twitter handles of all California State Senators. Be sure you also use the hashtags:

#AB2943        #CALeg           #RespectOurFaith          #DontBanChange


Twitter handles:

Benjamin Allen @BenAllenCA

Joel Anderson @JoelAndersonCA

Toni G. Atkins @SenToniAtkins

Patricia C. Bates @SenatorPatBates

Jim Beall @Jimbealljr

Tom Berryhill @TomBerryhill

Steven Bradford @SteveBradford

Anthony Cannella @AnthonyCannella

Kevin de Leon @kdeleon

Bill Dodd @SenBillDodd

Jean Fuller @JeanFuller

Ted Gaines @TedGaines

Cathleen Galgiani @SenatorGalgiani

Steven M. Glazer @Steve_Glazer

Ed Hernandez @SenatorDrEd22

Robert M. Hertzberg @SenateHertzberg

Jerry Hill no account found

Ben Hueso no account found

Hannah-Beth Jackson @SenHannahBeth

Ricardo Lara @senricardolara

Conni M. Leyva @SenatorLeyva

Mike McGuire @ilike_mike

Holly J. Mitchell @HollyJMitchell

Bill Monning @billmonning

John Moorlach @SenatorMoorlach

Mike Morrell @MikeMorrellGOP

Josh Newman @SenatorNewmanCA

Janet Nguyen @SenJanetNguyen

Jim Nielsen @CASenatorJim

Richard Pan @DrPanMD

Anthony Portantino @Portantino

Richard D. Roth @GeneralRoth

Nancy Skinner @NancySkinnerCA

Henry I. Stern @HenrySternCA

Jeff Stone @SenJeffStone

Andy Vidak @SenAndyVidak

Bob Wieckowski @BobWieckowskiCA

Scott Wiener @Scott_Wiener

Scott Wilk @ScottWilkCA


That’s it! Pat yourself on the back for working to make an impact in the world around you!

Take pictures & videos and send to DanielleC@CapitolResource.org so we can share on social media to encourage others to participate.



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