Congressional Email Directory

. . . government of the People by the People for
the People shall not perish from the Earth.

All Americans should be in contact with their elected officials. This directory makes it easy. Most Congressfolks now use web forms as their primary contact method. They often will only be responsive if you demonstrate that you are one of their constituents. So be sure to include your snail mail address in your correspondence. If you happen to find errors in or have comments about this directory, please let me know.

Congressional Email Directory (click to open form)

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Contact Your Representative

Make your voice heard!

You can make a huge difference in protecting Propositions 13 and 218 by contacting your Assembly and State Senate representatives yourself.

Every year, the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association battles with tax-and-spenders at the State Capitol in order to protect taxpayers’ rights. But it really gets their attention when their own constituents contact them.

The most powerful tool for taxpayers when contacting representatives is still a one-page handwritten letter. However, if you do not have time to write, a call or a brief e-mail message will still have a great impact.

When contacting your legislator, remember that the best way to be heard is to be polite, stick to the point, and ask for specific action from the legislator.

Thank you for supporting HJTA’s efforts to protect taxpayers!

Don’t know your legislators? We can help. Click on the link below for a list of state assembly members and state senators, including their addresses.

Find your legislators online.


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