Find your Congressional Contacts

Get contact information for your U.S. representative and senators.

NCC members can access Cottonbelt House and Senate Ag LA's here.

You can find your ZIP+4 Code by using the U.S. Postal Service ZIP Code Lookup.
Tips on Writing to a Member

Due to increased security measures in Washington, DC, which slows the receipt of mail, the e-mail letter, a fax or a telephone call have become the most popular choice of communication with a congressional office.

If you decide to send a fax or e-mail letter, this list of helpful suggestions will improve the effectiveness of the correspondence:

  1. Your purpose for writing should be stated in the first paragraph of the message. If your correspondence pertains to a specific piece of legislation, identify it accordingly, e.g., House bill: H. R.______, Senate bill: S.______.

  2. Be courteous, to the point and include key information using examples to support your position.

  3. Address only one issue in each correspondence; and, if possible, keep the message to one page.

Note: When writing to the Chair of a Committee or the Speaker of the House, it is proper to address them as:

Dear Mr. Chairman: or
Dear Madam Chairwoman: or
Dear Mr. Speaker: