How to Contact Elected Officials
Don't you sometimes wish you can contact your elected officials and give them a long lecture? Well, in a democracy, every day is your opportunity to be heard. Heck, you do not even have to be a citizen of the United States of America to make your opinions heard by our government leaders.
If you want to contact the President of the United States of America, you can use these White House contact sources:
Web Site: www.whitehouse.gov
Washington Office: The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20500
Phone: (202) 456-1414
Fax: (202) 456-2461
You can contact both houses of the United States Congress too.
First, the United States Senate information such as who are your senators and their addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses can be found on this contact webpage.
Second, the United States House of Representatives information such as who are your representatives and their addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses can be found on this contact webpage.
Additionally, the congress.org website will find your federal, state, and local politicians' contact information as well as provide already written letters for a number of political concerns, such as the environment, energy, terrorism, border control, etc.
As a citizen of the world, it is our duty to help shape governmental policies and laws. And the easiest method to be heard is by contacting our elected officials. Whatever your concerns are, please participate.
by Phil for Humanity