5. Contacting Your PA House and Senate Members

We can have democracy in this country, or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can't have both! 
- Justice Louis Brandeis

Now more than ever, we need to contact our elected officials, especially our Pa State Representative and Pa State Senator, and let them know what we support and what we oppose. This page hopes to make it easy to find out who your elected officials are and how to contact them.

To start - Click HERE  and enter your address and zip to find your elected officials from local to state to national. Bookmark this page for future use by using the star symbol in the upper right of your URL line. You also might want to record the contact information on a 5 x 8 card.
Next - click on the globe symbol for your official and their contact information. Email or phone with your message.


This League of Women Voters site is another way to find your elected officials when you enter your zip code.

For more details on each of your elected officials check:

HERE - PA State Senators
HERE - PA State Senators (phone and emails)
HERE - PA State Representatives
HERE - Pa State Representatives (phone and emails)

- US Senators from Pennsylvania (2)
HERE - US Representatives 

HERE - From Indivisible Berks are more details on the United States Congressional Districts (including the new court ordered map)  and State Legislative Districts in Pennsylvania. It is a great interactive map for each county in the state. You can use these maps to see what Congressional and State legislative districts look like in your County. (Hint: they're among the most gerrymandered, least representative in the nation)