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Government Contacts

At some point in time, you will probably disagree with the decisions of your elected representatives. Next time they fail to represent your best interests, let them know what's on your mind.

The democratic process allows citizens to contact and influence the government officials who make decisions that affect their lives. The Internet provides a fantastic medium for this information exchange. It has never been easier to track down elected officials in any branch or level of government:

  • USA.gov
    Contact information for the U.S. President, Senators, Representatives, Governors and Legislators.

  • Congress Merge
    Online Congressional Directory. Click your state on the map or search by your address.

  • U.S. House of Representatives
    Write your representative directly.

  • Contacting the Congress
    Click your state on the map or search by your address to identify your members of Congress.

  • Office of the Clerk
    Official list of members of the U.S. House of Representatives.

  • Project Vote Smart
    Search by name, your zip code or key words to find your elected officials.

  • Common Cause
    Search for elected officials by state, by zip code, by address or by Advanced Search.




  • FindLaw
    This site's search engine helps visitors locate contact information at the federal, state, city or municipal level. It provides a contact's title, name, city and state information. You'll also find federal and state government directories offering phone numbers and addresses.

  • FedWorld.gov
    Makes it possible to search government sites for any topic and yield tons of information. It also provides a list of federal and independent agencies with contact information.

  • USA.gov
    The official online gateway to the federal government offers telephone and email directories for elected officials and agency representatives.

It is still possible to go directly to the source. The U.S. Senate page offers a list of senators, their home pages and contact information. The U.S. House of Representatives offers the same service on its site. And if you want to go all the way to the top, you can e-mail the president.

For additional information, check out GovSpot.com's lists of frequently requested federal toll-free numbers and government search engines.




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