Contacting The Congress
Contacting the Congress is a very up-to-date database of congressional contact information for the 107th Congress. As of July 3, 2002 there are 532 email addresses (of which 389 are Web-based email homepages), and 538 WWW homepages known for the 540 members of the 107th Congress. More traditional ground mail addresses are available for all Congressmembers.
To get contact information for every Congressmember from a
particular state/commonwealth/territory, click on the state or
follow the links below the map:
[Alabama], [Alaska], [American Samoa], [Arizona], [Arkansas], [California], [Colorado], [Connecticut], [Delaware], [District of Columbia], [Florida], [Georgia], [Guam], [Hawaii], [Idaho], [Illinois], [Indiana], [Iowa], [Kansas], [Kentucky], [Louisiana], [Maine], [Maryland], [Massachusetts], [Michigan], [Minnesota], [Mississippi], [Missouri], [Montana], [Nebraska], [Nevada], [New Hampshire], [New Jersey], [New Mexico], [New York], [North Carolina], [North Dakota], [Ohio], [Oklahoma], [Oregon], [Pennsylvania], [Puerto Rico], [Rhode Island], [South Carolina], [South Dakota], [Tennessee], [Texas], [Utah], [Vermont], [Virginia], [Virgin Islands], [Washington], [West Virginia], [Wisconsin], [Wyoming]
Because of the number of issues Congress has to deal with, both
the House and the Senate divide up a lot of the 'grunt' work of
law-making among numerous committees and subcommittees.
Committees consider legislation, conduct hearings and investigations,
and carry out other assignments as instructed by the chamber. Some
(but not all) Committees have Subcommittees, which handle some
specific issues assigned to the committee.
For a full list of the committees, go to source:
Go Directly to: House Committees - Joint Committees - Senate Committees