How to Email to the President and Members of Congress

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Email to the President
Learn How to send an email to the President and other members of congress.

Do you want to send an email to the President of the United States? Or, maybe you would like to email the Vice President, or one of the members of the House of Representatives, or the Senate. This article explains how to email the President and other members of congress.

Emailing the President, your senator, House representative or other member of Congress or the government s is an important part of keeping elected officials informed of our opinions. With today’s ever-increasing dissatisfaction with those who govern, it is important to understand how to communicate your thoughts, feelings and ideas to elected officials.

Sending an email to your congressman, or congressperson, is an efficient way to let the government and its elected officials know that you hold them accountable for their campaign promises and actions while in office. Don’t wait for the next election time to come around to voice your opinion. If you feel strongly about something, send an email to your congressman.

What happens when you send an email?

In most cases, you will initially receive a canned response from the government. You may get a response from the government office that you emailed, but the response is usually written by staff members. 

In rare cases, you may receive an email from the actual government official. Again, this is rare. Given the volume of emails they receive, it is usually not feasible for the official to personally respond to messages.

The following will help you get in touch with various members of the U.S. government via email:

How to Send an E-mail the President or Vice President

If you want to email the President of the United States, send an email to president@whitehouse.gov.

If you want to email the Vice President, send an email to vice.president@whitehouse.gov.

If you prefer to write a letter, mail it to:

  • The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500.

If you have any questions about how to email the President, please post a comment below.

How to Send an E-mail Your House Representative

To find your representative, search the House of Representatives database by zip code. As an alternative, visit the Representative’s personal website. Most government websites have email addresses and mailing addresses listed on the Contacts page.

Many websites also offer a contact form, but we recommend using this only as a last resort. Many contact forms are seen only by the website maintenance team and often don’t reach the representative or their staff. If you want a response, send a direct email or a letter.

How to Send an E-mail Your Senator

To find your state Senator(s), select your Senator from the state-by-state list at the United State Senate’s Web site. The list is arranged in alphabetical order and provides the following information for each senator:

  • Senator’s full name
  • Political party affiliation and state they represent
  • Mailing address
  • Phone number
  • Link to email contact form

Please note that the list changes whenever there are changes in office.

Questions and Comments

If you have any questions about how to email the President, U.S. representatives, members of Congress, or other government officials, please leave a message below.

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    • It doesn’t appear very easy to contact the U.S. Attorney directly. However, there is some general contact information available on the Justice Department website.

      Their mailing address is:

      U.S. Department of Justice
      950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
      Washington, DC 20530-0001

      The phone numbers are:

      Department Comment Line: 202-353-1555
      Department of Justice Main Switchboard: 202-514-2000
      TTY/ASCII/TDD: 800-877-8339

      Also, I found another phone number for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in DC – Main Line: 202-252-7566, Media Inquiries: 202-252-6933

  1. I am deeply disturbed by the President’s handling of the coronovirus. He is not following the science or medical recommendations. Anyone who would tell people that injecting disinfectants into their body has lost their mind. He really needs to keep his opinions to himself and follow the medical specialists. We have already lost many people to this virus and his recommendations are dangerous. I ask that you use your position to help the constituents. This is not a poitical but a humanitarian status. I am an independant voter and this weighs heavy on me. Thank you, in advance, for you time and consideration.

    • He never said that. The media takes things he says out of context and he has reli
      ed on medical experts. He put together a whole team of them. There has never been a president who has gotten so many experts on a team to inform the public on a daily basis. How would you have handled the whole situation?

  2. What you have done to President Trump was so wrong. He is doing wonderful things for our country and I am so mad at the Democrats for doing this and you will rue the day. I will NEVER vote for a Democrat again in my lifetime. I believe you and the Dems are jealous of what he has been able to do. Shame, Shame, Shame. AND this will go down in History to dirty your names forever, not his but yours. There was no fair trial, only partisan. God Help us and our country. Our justice system has been damaged by you. I feel so badly for the Trump family for all the things that the media and the Dems have done to our President and his family.

  3. I would like to write a letter to Nancy Pelosi. I am a Canadian and have no idea how to go about it. Thank you

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