(Follow HERE for tips on how to write/call your elected officials as well as a sample letter.)
Follow the underlined links below to find contact information for your elected officials.
• Find Your Congressional Members Using Your ZIP Code at Contacting the Congress
• Official United States Senate Member List
• Official United States House of Representatives Member List
If you know the names of your Senators and Representative, you can call the U.S. Capitol Switchboard at (202)224-3121 and ask for your Senators’ and/or Representative’s office. When you are connected, you can leave a message for your Members of Congress.
In the matter of Sergeant Bergdahl, it could also be beneficial to contact members of the appropriate House and Senate Armed Services subcommittees. In this case, your written message has a better chance of reaching your intended recipient if it is sent via mail rather than by email. In the first line of your letter you need to state “I am contacting you because you are a member of the (Senate Armed Services Committee) (House Armed Services Committee).”
• United States Senate Armed Services Committee
(click on member’s name below to visit site)
Room SR-228, Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510-6050
Carl Levin (Michigan) Chairman
John McCain (Arizona) Ranking Member
Check to see if your Senators are serving on the 26 member Senate Armed Services Committee
Senate Armed Service Committee: Military Personnel Subcommittee
• United States House Armed Services Committee
2120 Rayburn House Office Bldg.
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-4151
Fax: (202) 225-0858
House Armed Service Committee Chairman: Buck McKeon – California Visit Site
Adam Smith, Ranking Member - Washington Visit Site
Check to see if your U.S. Representative is serving on the 62 member House Armed Services Committee
House Armed Service Committee: Military Personnel Subcommittee
About the Subcommittee
The Military Personnel Subcommittee is responsible for military personnel policy, reserve component integration and employment issues, military health care, military education, and POW/MIA issues. This subcommittee makes sure that our troops and their loved ones are receiving the first class benefits that they deserve.