Contact your state government by visiting the state's official website and locating the contact information page for the appropriate official or agency. It is also possible to find the contact details for an official or agency through sites such as USA.gov or StateLocalGov.net as well as through social media.
Each state maintains its own website that contains information about current elected officials along with resources for the various departments within the state, such as motor vehicle registration, employment, public safety or natural resources. Each site includes contact information for the office of the governor for the state, as well as links to the websites for each agency and methods for contacting them. USA.gov contains links to the contact information for senators and representatives for each state, along with select state agencies. In most cases, the information is for the office or department in general and not for any specific individual.
StateLocalGov.net contains a directory of each state, with sections that include contact details for various members of the state's government and special agencies. Another way to contact your state government is through a social media account, as many departments and members of Congress operate official accounts on sites such as Facebook or Twitter for interacting with constituents. USA.gov contains a page that includes links to officially managed government social media accounts.