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PLEASE NOTE:
Before you send e-mail to members of Congress, be aware that because of limited staff resources, Senators and Representatives can only respond to their own constituents. Please include your name, street address, city and zip code when you write. If you don't know who your Members of Congress are, please check Who Represents Me In Congress?

Congressional E-Mail Directories - 106th Congress

Contacting the Congress (Juan Cabanela)
Phone, fax, district phone, bio, and e-mail addresses for Members of Congress, listed by state; links to e-mail form and home page for each member.
Congressional E-Mail Directory (Jeffrey Hoffman)
Search by name or state, browse by state. Links are made to member's home page and to e-mail form for that member of Congress.
Don't Know Who Represents You? (Project Vote Smart)
Scroll down the page or use the "Find" command of your browser to search "Don't Know Who Represents You?" Enter your 5- or 9-digit zip code to get a list of your national and state-level Senators and Representatives. If you don't know your 9-digit zip, you are directed to the "Zip + 4" service of the U.S. Postal Service to obtain it.
Write to Congress (Congress.Org)
Find your Members of Congress by typing in your zip code, or select your member from scrolling list (arranged by state); click on the "Compose E-Mail" button to complete and send your message. You can also select "Compose Printed Letter," if you wish to print out your letter for conventional U.S. Mail delivery.
Congressional E-Mail Addresses (Yahoo)
Links to various sites offering congressional e-mail directories -- some searchable and linked to an e-mail form for immediate creation of a message to a Member of Congress.
Congressional E-Mail Addresses (CapWeb)
Links to various sites offering congressional e-mail directories -- some searchable and linked to an e-mail form for immediate creation of a message to a Member of Congress.
Contacting Congress (Project Vote Smart)
Provides address, phone and fax of the Washington, D.C. offices and district offices, as well as official e-mail and Web site addresses for each member.
Write to Congress (H.D. Marlowe & Company)
A political consulting firm's Congressional e-mail site. Find Representatives and Senators by state or by zip code. Also given are "Tips on Writing Effective E-Mail to Congress."

Senate E-Mail Directories - 106th Congress

U.S. Senate Directory (Grace York, University of Michigan Documents Center)
Most up-to-date e-mail listing. Senate directory includes office, phone, and Constituent e-mail addresses for individual Senators.
Contacting the Senate (Senate Web)
Although the Senate Web site does not provide a centralized e-mail directory for U.S. Senators, it provides instructions for contacting your Senator by postal mail, and provides a link to each Senator's home page, where an e-mail address for that Senator often is found.

House E-Mail Directories - 106th Congress

House Directory (Grace York, University of Michigan Documents Center)
Most up-to-date e-mail listing. Office address, phone, and e-mail addresses are supplied for each Representative.
Write Your Representative (House Web)
Look up your representative by putting in your 5- or 9-digit ZIP code. (Access to ZIP+4 Lookup allows you to find your 9-digit zip.) If your representative participates in the Write Your Representative service, a form is provided for sending your comments. If your representative does not have an e-mail address, his/her postal address is supplied.

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Before you can send e-mail to your Members of Congress, you need to know:

Who Represents Me in Congress?

Write Your Representative (House Web)
Look up your House Member by entering your zip code. For those 15% of instances when the 5-digit ZIP code is not specific enough to determine your Representative, type in your nine-digit zip. If you don't know your nine-digit zip, a link is made to the U.S. Postal Service ZIP+4 Lookup. You can find your ZIP+4 by entering your street address and state, then use the ZIP+4 to pinpoint your Representative.
Find Your Member of Congress (C-SPAN)
Find your Members of Congress by typing in your four or nine-digit zip code. For those 15% of instances when the 5-digit ZIP code is not specific enough to determine your Representative, type in your nine-digit zip. If you don't know your nine-digit zip, a link is made to the U.S. Postal Service ZIP+4 Lookup. You can find your ZIP+4 by entering your street address and state, then use the ZIP+4 to pinpoint your Representative.
Don't know who your representative is? Or what Congressional district you live in? (CapWeb)
Find out by typing in your zip code.
Find Your Member of Congress (Congress.Org)
Find your Members of Congress by typing in your four or nine-digit zip code. For those 15% of instances when the 5-digit ZIP code is not specific enough to determine your Representative, type in your nine-digit zip. If you don't know your nine-digit zip, a link is made to the U.S. Postal Service ZIP+4 Lookup. You can find your ZIP+4 by entering your street address and state, then use the ZIP+4 to pinpoint your Representative.
Zip To It! Plus Four (Juan Cabanela, University of Minnesota)
Lists all Senators and and the Representative for a given zip code. All possible Representatives for a given ZIP code, for those ZIP codes that are split between Congressional districts. Contact information includes Member's name, party affiliation, phone, fax number, district office phone, and e-mail address.
Congressional Lookup (If Not Now)
Just enter your address (don't need ZIP+4) and look up your Senators, Representative, and District, including e-mail addresses and links to Representatives' home pages.