These letters express congratulations on a victory, but they also serve as subtle reminders to politicians about the debt they owe to their constituencies.
1. Make a direct statement of congratulations that also identifies you (or your organization) and the celebrated event.
- On behalf of Local #345, let me congratulate you on passing the Labor Relations bill. It was a hard fight, but we were behind you all the way. We will not forget you on Election Day.
- Congratulations on your victory last Tuesday! The Kansas Pig Farmers Association worked hard to get you elected because of your concern for the pork industry. We know you will continue to work hard for Kansas agriculture and industry.
- As a parent and a taxpayer, I was thrilled to learn of the passage of the so-called Kiddie Porn bill. Your support for the bill clearly demonstrated to me and many others that you believe in and support "family values."
- Please accept our congratulations on your success in getting the Teen Pregnancy Act passed. This issue has greatly concerned the Council of Christian Churches (CCC) and, as you know, we have financed an extensive study of the problem. Please contact us if we can help.
- Congratulations on your reelection to the City Council. We are pleased that you will continue to be a strong voice for our southern neighborhood's redevelopment.
- I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your victory speech at the Professional Realtor's Association luncheon yesterday. I was happy to see how much interest you had in the real estate industry. Your presentation went straight to the heart of what many of us have long felt.
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2. Express your good wishes for the future.
- We are glad to have you where you can do so much good. Thank you.
- Keep up the good work.
- We appreciate your work on our behalf.
- We rely on your wisdom more than you can know. Thanks.
- Your reelection has restored our trust in the electorate.
- Thanks for having the courage to act according to your convictions.
- We look forward to your representing us for the next four years.
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