Writing letters, making phone calls and submitting public comments through the White House webpage are methods used by the public to contact President Barack Obama. President Obama accepts correspondence from all segments of the public. People write handwritten letters to the President, contact him electronically and choose to sign up for email alerts and newsletters to stay informed of concerning issues.
President Obama strives to make his administration the most accessible in American history. This initiative, combined with the increased interaction allowed by technology, makes getting in touch with the President fast and easy. In addition to having places for submitting electronic letters and comments, the White House website contains a portal of public resources.