Contact Congress

Here is the main number for Congress - the Senate and House - in Washington, DC. 202 225-3121

Toll-free numbers, sponsored by a variety of sources, come and go, so this list may not be current (although we try to update it often). If you find dead numbers here, or know of numbers we could/should add, drop an email to thom at thomhartmann.com.

1 (800) 828 - 0498
1 (866) 338 - 1015
1 (877) 851 - 6437
1 (800) 459 - 1887

You can also reach this web page quickly and easily by using the URL of www.CallCongress.org

I'm also listing here good local organizations around the country for people who want to get involved in politics. Here's the first to contact us:

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