Arizona senators and representatives in
the United States Congress need to hear from you. And they aren't the only
ones. The Congressional leaders, committee chairs, and sponsors of important
proposed legislation from other states need to hear from you.
The President also needs to hear your views
on specific issues.
Phone calls, faxes, letters, and e-mails are effective ways to
make your opinions known. Cell phones have made calls to Washington DC as
convenient as calling next door. You can put their phone numbers into your
phone's memory, and call about issues and concerns.
As my Dad used to say about voting... do it early and often!
Seriously, our Arizona
representatives and senators,
and others in Congress must know your positions and opinions on issues to
represent you effectively... and hopefully, to your satisfaction.
Your Arizona representatives in Congress include the Arizona
District 1 Representative and our two US Senators. Each maintains
local offices and Washington D.C. offices to serve you.
Arizona representatives and their contact information is listed
United States Congressional Representative, Fourth District Arizona
Congressman Gosar represents the South of Flagstaff area and
citizens, as well as many other rural Arizona areas.
His Washington office is.
His Prescott office is.
504 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2315
Fax: (202) 226-9739
|240 South Montezuma Street #101
Prescott, AZ 86303
United States Congressional Representative, First District Arizona
Congresswoman Kirkpatrick represents a portion of the South of
Flagstaff area and citizens, as well as many other rural Arizona areas.
Her Washington office is.
Her Flagstaff office is.
330 Cannon House Office Building
Hours: M-F 9-6 p.m
405 N Beaver Street,
Hours: M-F 9-6 p.m
John McCain, United States Senator
John McCain email contact form
Phoenix, AZ 85016
241 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Jeff Flake, United States Senator
Jeff Flake email contact forml
885 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Congressional Districts Map
These maps were recently redrawn. The Arizona
provides for redistricting by an Independent Redistricting Commission,
following each decade's official census. You can follow the latest
redistricting activities by going to the Arizona
Districts 1 and 4 Map
Arizona representatives all...
On occasion you'll probably want to communicate with other
Arizona representatives and even non-Arizona members of the U.S. House of
Representatives... to express an opinion, request they consider
sponsoring legislation, or for other reasons:
You can find all U.S. Representative's contact information at http://www.firstgov.gov/
Find contact information for members of the U.S. Senate at http://www.senate.gov/
The website link for the White house is http://www.whitehouse.gov/
The President's webpage is at http://www.whitehouse.gov/president/
and his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
All Arizona representatives and the President welcome
informative, courteous calls, letters, and emails.
Representative Gosar replaces one term Representative Ann
Kirkpatrick, who replaced Rick Renzi. You can sign up for updates from Rep.
Gosar at his website.
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or another keyword phrase used in a quick Google search will show you many additional
Arizona Representatives and Senators are there to promote the
general welfare of the citizens of Arizona and the nation.
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Renzi Report went away when Renzi left office.
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