Contact the U.S. Congress and the White House
Here is how you can contact the U.S. Congress and the White House
1. Identify Your Representatives in the U.S. Congress
Find your Representative in the U.S. House of Representatives using your ZIP code.
Here’s a list of Representatives by State.
Here’s a list of Senators by state.
2. Visit Your Representative’s Website
Click the name of the elected official you want to contact. This will take you to their website.
3. Type Your Message
Look for the “Contact” link on the website, and click on it to find a web form to send your message.
If you want to send a message to an official who does not represent you, you can:
Send a message to the Representative or Senator that represents you, and ask his or her office to forward it for you.
Go to the website for the member of Congress you wish to contact to find a postal address and mail a letter.
Call the United States Capitol switchboard at 1-202-224-3121. The switchboard operator will connect you with the office you request.
Visit the White House website to send questions, comments, or concerns, to the President or his staff.
Note: The White House URL will work but it has been reported that it often takes a very long time to load. This is a known issue with regard to the White House website.