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Who speaks for you?

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You voted. Now, are your representatives listening? Find out who should be listening and how to tell them what you think. Use these sites to find your government officials.

  • House.gov and Senate.gov: Type in your ZIP code or select your state to find out who your representatives are. House.gov also shows you a map with your congressional district borders. Website information is shown for each one.
  • www.lwv.org/go/legislators: The League of Women Voters‘ site gives you the entire roster of elected officials in your district based on your ZIP+4 code, including your state representatives. Phone numbers and/or email addresses are shown for each one.
  • www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml: Look up any state’s governor, congressional representative, or the whole congressional roster. Click on the U.S. Representatives link to bring up a table with name, party affiliation, phone number, Washington, D.C., location and committee assignment.

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