I.E.M.R.A.
WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR SENATOR, CONGRESSMAN, REPRESENTATIVE, THE SUPREME COURT, THE PRESIDENT

Democracy is a government that is representative of the population and is comprised of officials from that population, elected by the people to serve in public office in the best interest of the populace. Our freedom of speech and our role in our own government allows us to, respectfully, voice our opinions, requests, and discontent to our elected officials.

All citizens, children included, are encouraged to write letters to their local Senators, Congressmen, Judges, and Councilmembers, as well as The President and other politicians.

Enjoy and utilize your power as a citizen, and share your political views and requests with your politicians. Keep in mind a few points of common sense when communicating--never use profanity or threatening language, speak clearly and respectfully, and keep your communication short and to the point.

Some of the addresses and salutations below may help you gain access to your elected officials.

Use the rights and freedoms we enjoy responsibly, and take advantage of those liberties that many other nations may not enjoy as we do in the United States of America.

Addressing Members of Congress

To Your Senator:

The Honorable (full name)
(Room #) (Name) Senate Office Building
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510

Dear Senator:

To Your Representative:

The Honorable (full name)

(Room #) (Name) House Office Building

United States House of Representatives

Washington, DC 20515

Dear Representative:

When writing to the Chairperson of a Committee or the Speaker of the House, address them as:

Dear Mr. Chairman
Dear Madam Chairwoman
Dear Mr. Speaker
Dear Madam Speaker

Finding Their Addresses

Senate and House of Representatives and U.S. Supreme Court

http://www.lib.umich.edu/govdocs
http://www.e-thepeople.com

These websites are helpful in finding the email and postal mailing addresses of elected officials.

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& AID THE PUBLIC DURING CRITICAL INDICENTS
IEMRA BADGE