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US Congressional Delegation from California

Senator Diane Feinstein

Los Angeles District Office: 310-914-7300

11111 Santa Monica Blvd. Suite 915, Los Angeles, CA 90025

Washington, DC Office: 202-224-3841

331 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510

Senator Kamala Harris

Los Angeles District Office: 213-894-5000

312 N. Spring St. Suite 1748, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Washington, DC Office: 202-224-3553

112 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510

Find your US Representative

Be heard

The most effective way to make your elected officials listen is to join together in a small group in person.  Make an appointment to see the official or their relevant staff at their office, or attend a public event where they will be interacting with constituents.

The second most effective way is to make a phone call.  Identify yourself as a constituent, and be willing to give your ZIP code and name.  Focus on one issue per phone call.  Request that the official take a specific action, such as sponsoring or voting against a specific bill, or thank them for an action they have recently taken.

Don't bother contacting politicians who don't represent you - those messages are almost always ignored.  Use your time wisely to focus on the officials from your district, who are counting on votes from you and your neighbors.

Contacting the President



TTY/TTD: 202-456-6213


The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500



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