Call your Rep with this call script for

"Hi, my name is [name] from [city], and I am one of your constituents. I want to express my support for the Problem Solvers Caucus' bipartisan Health Care fix.

I think that Congress should act in a bipartisan way to stabilize the health insurance marketplace as soon as possible. May I ask if representative [representative's name] supports the bipartisan Health Care fix proposed by the Problem Solvers Caucus?"

If your representative DID support the Problem Solvers' health fix, you can respond with:

"That’s great, and I just want Rep. ___ to know how much we appreciate his/her bold bipartisan leadership in solving a problem that is very important to me."

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Why should I call my rep?

Calling district offices for your House Representative and State Senators is one of the most effective ways to make your voice heard. Emails and letters are often batched electronically, but speaking to a staffer on the phone is the best way to ensure a conversation happens where you can provide feedback and concerns to your rep. Emily Ellsworth has a great article and series of Tweets if you're interested in learning more.

Is this information accurate?

To the best of my knowledge, this information is accurate for the 114th Congress of the United States. It will be updated in January for the start of the 115th Congress of the United States. If you encounter an error, please report it here.

Is the full data of rep contact info set available?

Absolutely, please put it to good use. You can download nicely formatted a JSON file. Or, if you prefer a CSV file you can grab that too. At Large districts have a district code of 0, and Senators 100. An API is in the works.

What about Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands?

They each have a delegate that represents them. Click to see Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and Northern Mariana Islands. Learn more about how the House of Representatives works.