Persuasion letter to favor the improvements of city hall


  1. If you are informing the reader about an issue, keep his/her attitude or behavior in mind. Guess what objections he/she will raise. Then give convincing explanations. Express the gravity of the situation and state why it is important to agree with you.
  2. Explain the problem and mention your stance. You can also tell the reader what action you expect from him/her.
  3. Explain the reason for your position. Explain why is it important for the reader to agree with you. If you haven't mentioned it yet, tell the reader what course of action you expect him/her to take.
  4. Give a final call to action.


[Senders Name]
[Address line]
[State, ZIP Code]

[Letter Date]

[Recipients Name]
[Address line]
[State, ZIP Code]

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Dear [Recipients Name],

I have come to the knowledge that a certain group has been spreading black propaganda against the current plan to upgrade the current facilities of the city hall. The project to improve the city hall is not just some scheme to channel more money into the mayor's pocket as some would like to believe, but it shall go on to building new facilities that would cater to all of the needs of all the residents of (name of city).

Mayor Edmunds has served our city tirelessly throughout her term, and she has given no reason for anyone to doubt her plans. Please join me in voicing our support for a better (name of city)!


[Senders Name]
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