Use this information to help you connect with your federal, state, and provincial policymakers.
United States Congress
All members of Congress can be reached by calling the Capitol switchboard at 202-224-3121. Then simply ask for your Senator or Representative by name.
To find your Representative’s direct address, phone number, or e-mail, visit www.house.gov. Then enter your zip code in the upper right corner to find your Representative and contact information. For Representatives, you can mail to: The Honorable [Representative’s name], U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC 20515.
For Senators, go to https://www.senate.gov/senators/contact.
Although mailing is the slowest way to reach your members of Congress, you can reach them all by using a similar address. For Representatives, mail to: The Honorable [Representative’s name], U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC 20515. The address for Senators is: The Honorable [Senator’s name], U.S. Senate, Washington, DC 20510.
State Legislatures and Governors
The National Conference of State Legislatures maintains links to each state’s legislature and much more. To find your legislature, visit http://www.ncsl.org/aboutus/ncslservice/state-legislative-websites-directory.aspx and then select your state name and the Legislators under Content Area.
The National Governors Association maintains a directory of all governors, where you can find contact information for your governor.
Canadian Policy Makers
The Parliament of Canada maintains an alphabetical list of all of its members or you can search for your member by postal code. Mail can be sent at no charge to any Senator by writing to: The Senate of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A4. For Members of the House of Commons, write to House of Commons, Parliament Buildings, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0A6.
Wikipedia provides information on provincial and territorial legislative assemblies with lists of representatives.