United States House of Representatives – Find Your Representative

Where can I find a list of public e-mail addresses for members of Congress? There is unfortunately no central listing of member e-mail addresses. Each member of Congress establishes their office’s policy related to the processing and management of e-mail. Generally, if a member has a public e-mail address, it can be found on the member’s website. While some offices may list a public e-mail address, most only provide a form on the member’s website, and so cannot be emailed directly. The U.S. House of Representatives does not provide a listing of public e-mail addresses for the elected Representatives.

Are there alternative ways to reach my elected representative? If you know who your representative is but you are unable to contact them using their contact form, the Clerk of the House maintains addresses and phone numbers of all House members and Committees, or you may call (202) 225-3121 for the U.S. House switchboard operator. In addition, you may choose to visit your member’s website directly for further information.

State & Local Government – Find Your Elected Officials

When a bank’s greed begins to erode a community, you need to get in touch with your local elected representatives — city council, ombudsmen, mayors, assemblymen. Banks have enormous resources — often gained in part by the same violations and tactics that are eroding our communities — and we can’t fight them along. Use these online resources to find your local government representatives and fight back!

Click here for other resources for individuals struggling with communities being eroded by banks.