You can browse house.gov and enter your ZIP code. The service matches your ZIP code to your congressional district, with links to your member’s website and available contact pages. More »

To become a congressman, a person must meet the minimum age and residency requirements of the appropriate state. He must live in the state and have been a United States citizen for seven or more years to run as a represe... More »

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House.gov, the official House of Congress website, provides a list of representative pages with contact information. Enter your zip code in the box at the top of the page to find your representative, or click the Represe... More »

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House.gov, the official House of Congress website, provides a list of representative pages with contact information. Enter your zip code in the box at the top of the page to find your representative, or click the Represe... More »

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You can write to your local congressional representative by locating the contact information through the official website of the United States House of Representatives. Your letter should be short, and you should provide... More »

Anyone wishing to find his congressman should visit the Find Your Representative page at the official U.S. House of Representatives website. Enter the zip code, and the matching congressman's website and contact page wil... More »

Contact your congressman to find out how he voted on any particular issue, or use the U.S. House of Representatives Roll Call Votes Web page at Clerk.House.gov to see how your congressman has voted in roll call votes, as... More »