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How do you contact Barack Obama?

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As of 2015, correspondents are able to contact President Barack Obama using an online form at WhiteHouse.gov. Alternatively, they can write to the president or phone the White House and leave a message.

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To access the online form to communicate with President Obama, go to WhiteHouse.gov, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click on Contact the White House under the subtitle Speak Out in the category Participate. Click on Submit Your Questions and Comments Here under Submit Your Questions and Comments Online. Select the White House and President Obama beside Who Are You Trying to Contact, and fill in your name, email, phone number and street address. Write your message to Barack Obama in the comments box provided.

To receive instructions and an address to write a letter to Barack Obama, go to the Contact the White House page, and click on Write the White House in the menu on the right side of the page. Type or write your message clearly on an 8 1/2-by-11-inch piece of paper, include your return address, and use the complete White House address on the contact page. The White House is unable to receive monetary gifts or perishable items such as liquids, food or flowers. To phone and leave a message for Barack Obama, use the White House comments or switchboard number provided on the contact page.

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