Writing Congress

Everything you need to write effective letters to Congress.


Who to write

-- legislators’ addresses, finding your legislators, and committee assignments and areas of responsibility

How to write an effective letter

-- what makes a good letter

Tracking Issues

-- information and resources on important topics, and where to go for more info, or to keep up to date

If you're not registered,

Register to Vote!

The National
Mail Voter Registration Form

State-by-State Voter Registration Info
from capwiz.com
from statedemocracy.com

110th Congress edition
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Who to write

How to write an effective letter

Tracking Issues


Constitution of the United States

  (annotated)  at senate.gov

The Federalist Papers

  the authors’ editorials explaining the Constitution, arguing for ratification  at senate.gov

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