Feeling passionate about what's going on in Washington? Here's how to contact your elected officials
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<p>U.S. senators and representatives elected from the Tri-State area.</p>
Posted at 1:41 PM, Feb 20, 2017
and last updated2017-02-20 13:44:00-05
Feeling passionate about what’s going on in Washington these days? With the women’s and pro-life marches, the immigrant travel ban and vehement claims of media bias, President Donald Trump’s first month in office has given armchair politicians a great deal of debate material.
Whether you want to heap praise upon your elected officials for “making America great again” or you want to give them an earful about how they’re "destroying the country," here’s how to get in contact with the people representing the Tri-State in Washington.
Note: Mail delivered to the Capitol is often delayed by security clearance, meaning telephone or email are the best methods to contact these elected officials.
Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio
Brown hosts a coffee for any Ohioan visiting Washington from 8:30 to 9:15 a.m. every Thursday morning when Congress is in session. RSVP here. Constituents can also sign up for Brown’s newsletter to follow his work here. Find Brown's email contact form here.