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Writing is an effective way to influence your representatives and other government officials. Here you will find postal addresses and suggested weekly topics, as well as sample letters and links to letter writing campaigns.


Writing letters can be quick and easy. See samples here. For those who do not feel comfortable calling, writing allows you to formulate your thoughts in your own space and your own time. From the limited space on a postcard to the limitless space on stationary, take as much or as little time as you need to state your opinion.

You can write the President and Vice President if you have an issue with their opinions or decisions. Don’t hesitate to let them know what you think! Click here for their addresses.

Every Georgia citizen has the same two Senators, Johnny Isakson and David Perdue. Our representatives are proportioned by district. You can find out who represents the district you live in here. Make sure to write the correct Representative when writing about a specific issue. However, you can write to any representative, even if they are not in your district or state. For example, if any representative is sponsoring a bill you disagree with, contact them to express your displeasure.

We also provide information to write your Georgia state representatives and senators. These are the members of Georgia's state congress and are different from our national reprensentatives. Click here to determine who your representative and senator is, plus find writing campaigns and topics.

Occasionally there will be a need for public comments on a topic. We'll include the links to those in the Public Comments section.

Additionally, we let you know if there are other local issues that could use some attention here.

It's not all bad. Click here to see who you can write with a letter of thanks!

Consider these tips to ensure your opinion is read:

You can subscribe to receive writing campaigns emailed directly to you, once a week, on Monday at 9am. Use the form below or sign up directly here.

U.S. Writing Campaigns and Topics

1. Vulnerable populations deserve protection and treatment. A new division and new guidelines at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will “ease the way for doctors, nurses and other medical professionals to opt out of providing services that violate their moral or religious beliefs.” This could lead to medical professionals refusing to perform abortions or treat transgender individuals and is considered to be “a major civil rights rollback” by many. If you are bothered by this please write HHS and Trump. Read more at the Washington Post.

HHS Acting Secretary Eric Hargan
200 Independence Avenue, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20201

2. If you were horrified and outraged by the allegations and stories of how USA Gymnastics Dr. Larry Nassar abused vulnerable young gymnasts, please let USA Gymnastics know. This doctor was in their employ. They bear responsibility. According to Olympian Ali Raisman, “treatments with [Nassar] were mandatory.” We must protect girls and women in our society. The abuse affected many, many young girls over a period of 30 years! This is beyond comprehension. Write USAG CEO and let her know your thoughts.

Read the full Raisman statement here and notice that she demands USA Gymnastics take responsibility.

You can read up on the issue here:
NPR article
NYTimes article

Kerry Perry, President/CEO
USA Gymnastics
130 E. Washington St., Suite 700
Indianapolis, IN 46204

3. Representing PA’s 13th District, Rep. Brendan Boyle has introduced HR4742, the STABLE GENIUS Act, which would require presidential candidates (beginning in 2020) to undergo a complete physical by the Dept. of the Navy. According to Boyle, "Before voting for the highest office in the land, Americans have a right to know whether an individual has the physical and mental fitness to serve as President.” Read more here.

Full text for HR4742

If you support this, please thank Rep. Boyle and urge your representative to support the measure.

Rep. Brendan Boyle
1133 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515

4. Georgia’s own Rep from district 10, Jody Hice, has introduced HR 586, Sanctity of Human Life Act, which states “that human life shall be deemed to begin with fertilization.” Many other GA Reps are co-sponsors and you can read that list here. If Hice or one of his co-sponsors (Allen/GA 12, Carter/GA1, Collins/GA9, Ferguson/GA3, Graves/GA14, Loudermilk/GA11, Scott/GA8, or Woodall/GA7), is your Rep, please let them know your thoughts on this. The ramifications of this could help law makers change abortion laws.

Full text for HR586 here

5. CHIP, the Children’s Healthcare Insurance Program, funds will run out in some states in January. “The CHIP program provides health coverage to 9 million children from lower-income households that make too much money to qualify for Medicaid.”

Please urge your members of congress to fix this problem. Read more at NPR.

6. Do you think the war on drugs has failed? Are you annoyed that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has revoked Obama-era rules leaving marijuana as a states rights issue? Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) has introduced the Marijuana Justice Act, which would legalize marijuana at the federal level. Urge your senator to support S.1689 - Marijuana Justice Act of 2017. In addition, write Jeff Sessions and let him know if you are opposed to his action.

Jeff Sessions
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001

7. Compared to lunches around the world, US school lunches don’t seem that healthy and now the “USDA secretary announces [a] halt on school nutrition standards [and] the rollback of Obama-era nutrition standards [that] would allow schools to serve higher-sodium foods as well as fattier and flavored milk to students. Georgia’s own Sonny Perdue is the Secretary of the USDA. Let Sonny know if you think that standards should be RAISED, not LOWERED. Read more at the Christian Science Monitor and the Huffington Post.

Sec. Sonny Perdue
U.S. Department of Agriculture
1400 Independence Ave., S.W.
Washington, DC 20250

8. Gagging our national agencies is a step toward fascism. That appears to be happening at the CDC. The Washington Post reports that ‘The Trump administration is prohibiting officials at the nation’s top public health agency from using a list of seven words or phrases… The forbidden terms are “vulnerable,” “entitlement,” “diversity,” “transgender,” “fetus,” “evidence-based” and “science-based.”’ (From the Washington Post)

What can we do to combat this anti-science, anti-free speech directive? Write to Trump and your Members of Congress. Tell Trump “science not silence”, “do not direct scientists in their studies!”, “you are not the vocabulary police!”, etc.

Ask your MOC to act to protect free speech in our government agencies. Words should not be banned at the CDC or any other government agency.

9. Please contact Georgia Attorney General, Chris Carr. Ask him to join the lawsuit against the FCC regarding the repeal of Net Neutrality.

Chris Carr
Office of the Attorney General
40 Capitol Square, SW
Atlanta, Ga 30334
Phone: (404) 656-3300
Fax: (404) 657-8733

10. Please tell your MOC to support Mueller’s investigation into the Russia scandal. Urge them to conduct a thorough, impartial investigation. We must root out those working against our democracy and to hold Russia and those working with them to account.

Past writing campaigns can be found here.

Public Comments and Petitions

1. Do you think it's time to impeach Trump? Join millions of Americans who have signed a petition started by billionaire hedge fund manager Tom Steyer to impeach Trump. The campaign also urges you to contact your representatives in Congress and demand impeachment. Sign Need to Impeach here.

Past public comments/petitions can be found here.

Local Writing Campaigns and Topics

1. Tell Governor Deal to stop cutting education funding in Georgia. The 2018-2019 budget “calls calls for districts to get $166 million less than the amount calculated by the state’s own school funding formula. This leaves school districts unable to hire teachers and reduce class sizes or to offer key supports for students.” (From Better Georgia)

Gov. Nathan Deal
Office of the Governor
206 Washington Street
111 State Capitol
Atlanta, Georgia 30334

2. Tommy Hunter, the Gwinnett County Commissioner who last year called US Rep. John Lewis a “racist pig”, has “threatened to file a $5 million lawsuit against other commissioners for sanctioning him over the remarks”. The suit will allege that the “reprimand caused ongoing and permanent economic and non-economic damage to Hunter”. Read the article and if you are bothered please write to Hunter and let him know.

Tommy Hunter
Gwinnett Board of Commissioners
75 Langley Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30046

Past local campaigns can be found here.

U.S. Postcard Campaigns

1. “This year on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day the Albuquerque Journal ran a repulsive advertisement from Los Ranchos Gun Shop that invoked the name and image of Dr. King in order to sell firearms and ammunition.” If this is appalling to you, write the Albuquerque Journal and voice your opinion. The article lists two ways to protest: write on Facebook page of the gun shop and write a letter to the editor at the Journal. (From One Pulse for America)

Karen Moses / Editor-in-Chief
The Albuquerque Journal
7777 Jefferson Street NE
Albuquerque, N.M., 87109

2. Really? In a pilot program, NY prison inmates in three prisons can no longer receive books in the mail. This is an attempt to prevent contraband from entering the prison. Though the prison library is still available to them, if they want to buy a book, “Novels cost $11.25 from one vendor. A book about chess costs $29.95 from another. When there were five vendors, 77 books were available for purchase and 24 of the titles were coloring books.” Read the article and if this seems ludicrous to you, write Governor Andrew Cuomo a quick postcard and let him know.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo
NYS State Capitol Building
Albany, NY 12224

Past postcard campaigns can be found here.

Want to send a positive note instead?

1. Sadly, in these times it is not often that we are able to thank our Senators for doing the right thing. Let’s let Senator Johnny Isakson know we appreciate his condemnation of Trump’s “sh*&^hole” comments. Though there are a lot of “Ifs” and “buts” in Isakson’s statement, he is at least condemning it , “if” it happened. Conversely, our other Senator, David Perdue, did “not recall the president saying these comments specifically”, though he was in the meeting.

Isakson, who was not in the meeting, stated “I did not hear it, but if it’s true, he owes the people of Haiti and all mankind an apology. That is not the kind of statement the leader of the free world ought to make, and he ought to be ashamed of himself. If he did not make it, he needs to corroborate the fact and prove it and then move forward.” Click here to see how all Republican lawmakers responded to Trump’s vulgar comments.

2. Congratulate Steph Koontz, the first transgender official elected in Georgia. She was recently sworn in as a City Council Seat for District 3 in Doraville, GA.
You can contact her here or email her directly at

Past positive notes can be found here.

The President and Vice President Addresses

    The White House
    1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Washington, DC 20500

    Eisenhower Executive Office Building
    1650 Pennsylvania Ave NW
    Washington, DC 20502

Georgia's U.S. Senators' Addresses

    131 Russell Senate Office Building
    Washington DC 20510

    One Overton Park
    3625 Cumberland Blvd, Suite 970
    Atlanta, GA 30339

    383 Russell Senate Office Building
    Washington DC 20510

    191 Peachtree Street NE
    Suite 3250
    Atlanta, GA 30303

Georgia's U.S Representatives' Addresses

Here is a link to find your Representative. If you already know who your Representative is we’ve provided the information for you below. Note: “HOB” is accepted shortening of House Office Building

    432 Cannon HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Brunswick Office
    1510 Newcastle Street, Suite 200
    Brunswick, GA 31520

    Savannah Office
    6602 Abercorn Street, Suite 105B
    Savannah, GA 31405

    2407 Rayburn HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Albany Office
    235 West Roosevelt Avenue
    Albany Towers, Suite 114
    Albany, GA 31701

    Columbus Office
    18 Ninth Street, Suite 201
    Columbus, GA 31901

    Macon Office
    682 Cherry Street
    City Hall Annex, Suite 302
    Macon, GA 31201

    1032 Longworth HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Newnan Office
    1601 E Hwy 34
    Suite B
    Newnan, GA 30265

    2240 Rayburn HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Decatur Office
    5240 Snapfinger Park Drive
    Suite 130
    Decatur, GA 30035

    343 Cannon HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Atlanta Office
    100 Peachtree Street NW
    Suite 1920
    Atlanta, GA 30303

    1211 Longworth HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Atlanta Office
    Coming Soon

    1724 Longworth HOB
    Washington, DC 20515-1007

    Lawrenceville Office
    75 Langley Dr.
    Lawrenceville, GA 30046

    2417 Rayburn HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Tifton Office
    127-B N. Central Ave.
    Tifton, GA 31794

    Warner Robins Office
    230 Margie Dr. Suite 500
    Warner Robins, GA 31088

    1504 Longworth HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Gainesville Office
    210 Washington St. NW, Suite 202
    Gainesville, GA 30501

    324 Cannon HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Milledgeville Office
    3015 Heritage Road, Suite 6
    Milledgeville, GA 31061

    Monroe Office
    100 Court Street
    Monroe, GA 30655

    Thomson Office
    210 Railroad Street
    City-County Administration Room 2401
    Thomson, GA 30824

    Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 728
    Monroe, GA 30655

    329 Cannon HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Woodstock Office
    9898 Highway 92, Suite 100
    Woodstock, GA 30188

    Cartersville Office
    135 West Cherokee Avenue, Suite 122
    Cartersville, GA 30120

    Galleria Office
    600 Galleria Pkwy, Suite 120
    Atlanta, GA 30339

    426 Cannon HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Augusta Office
    2743 Perimeter Parkway
    Bldg. 200, Suite 225
    Augusta, GA 30909

    Dublin Office
    100 S. Church Street
    Dublin, GA 31021

    Statesboro Office
    50 E. Main Street
    Statesboro, GA 30458

    Vidalia Office
    107 Old Airport Road, Suite A
    Vidalia, GA 30475

    225 Cannon HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Jonesboro Office
    173 North Main Street
    Jonesboro, GA 30236

    Smyrna Office
    888 Concord Road, Suite 100
    Smyrna, GA 30080

    2078 Rayburn HOB
    Washington, DC 20515

    Dalton Office
    702 South Thornton Avenue
    Dalton, GA 30720

    Rome Office
    600 East First Street, Suite 301
    Rome, GA 30161

“Don’t get frustrated, get involved. Don’t complain, organize.”

-Maryum Ali

Georgia's State Legislators

Write your state legislators to offer your opinion on Georgia state laws and issues. Begin by visiting to find the addresses for your state senator and state representative - you will have one of each. Enter your address and you'll see them on the right, along with your district numbers. Click the names to get their capitol and district mailing addresses.

Because the Lieutenant Governor oversees the movement of legislation through the senate, we suggest that each time you contact your state senator, you also consider contacting the Lieutenant Governor's office:

Lt. Governor Casey Cagle
Office of the Lieutenant Governor
240 State Capitol
Atlanta, GA 30334

Georgia Specific Writing Campaigns and Topics

For your Georgia state senator:
None at this time. We will provide updated campaigns when the legislature is back in session.

Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle
None at this time. We will provide updated campaigns when the legislature is back in session.

For your Georgia state representative:
None at this time. We will provide updated campaigns when the legislature is back in session.

Past writing campaigns can be found here.

“A word after a word after a word is power.”

-Margaret Atwood