People who want to contact the White House are able to use a submission form for comments, questions and greetings at Whitehouse.gov. Alternatively, the White House website also has phone numbers and a mailing address that correspondents can use to call or write letters to the White House.
To access White House contact forms and information, go to Whitehouse.gov, scroll to the menu at the bottom of the page, and click on Contact the White House under Speak Out. For the online questions and comments form, click on Submit Your Questions and Comments Here. Select whether you are contacting the President or the Vice President, and then fill in your name, address, email address, phone number and comment.
To call or write a letter to the White House, click on Write the White House or Call the White House in the menu on the right side of the contacts page. The site has phone numbers for the White House switchboard, the visitor's office, and general comments. Although the site gives an address where people can send physical letters to the White House, it recommends using email if the correspondent wants the message to reach the President or Vice President more quickly. Because of the security issues involved, the White House discourages sending physical objects such as food, liquids, flowers or valuable personal items as gifts.