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    Tim Bowyer

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Posted 30 January 2009 - 02:06 PM

New to this political game?? Not sure who to contact? Here's a couple of sites to help you find your elected officials and their contact info.

To find your state level officials, go here: ILGA > in the right hand column click on "Legislator Lookup" > click on the "By Address" tab. Fill out the address information exactly as you recieve mail. This screen is very picky about the data, so you may have to try a couple of different times. You'll get a listing of all your state officials as well as the Fed offices.

At the ILGA homepage, click on "Members" under either the House or Senate columns to get your official's contact info for the S-field and local offices.

For websites, the best site I've found is VoteSmart . At the homepage, roll over "Officials" and pick the category that you're looking for. Fill in your zip, or type in the official's name and you'll get lots of info about them.

Put their numbers in your cell phone, you may want to call them someday!!

If you have any questions about using the sites above, PM me.


Other links for finding your elected officials - http://www.capwiz.co...ction=chgaddr#0
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