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The Washington NARFE Federations of Chapters is divided into five districts, each one lead by a District Vice President who serves as the liaison between chapter legislative chairs, federation leadership, elected officials and NARFE’s Legislative Department, providing expertise and direction for members, motivating them and coordinating effective grass-roots action for a specific congressional district (NARFE’s Legislative Officer and Congressional District Leader (CDL) Manual, Form FH-7, provides additional guidance and can be obtained from National Headquarters).

❖ Provides legislative updates to NARFE members at federation meetings and through newsletters;

❖ Serves as the main point of contact for the members of Congress and his or her staff representing that congressional district;

❖ Builds and maintains a relationship with the member of Congress and his or her staff who represents the district;

❖ Keeps up to date on Capitol Hill and Protect America’s Heartbeat activities;

❖ Is familiar with NARFE’s Legislative Program and positions on pending legislation;

❖ Prepares grass-roots activities in which NARFE members can participate; and

❖ Works with Chapter Legislative Chairs in the congressional district to make sure they have the resources necessary to be successful.




List of Chapters by number, location, district