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Contact Your Elected

Make your voice heard by the people who represent you. Ask them to support or oppose a bill. Thank them for a vote you appreciated. Tell them which issue matters most to you.


Choose the best way to communicate:

In Person: A face to face visit to your representative is an effective way to deliver your message. If you plan to visit the capitol, make an appointment.

In Writing: Make your message brief and send it several days before a bill will be discussed in committee or on the floor. Email usually works best, since letters may take weeks to be delivered, due to security screening.

Tips to increase your impact:

  • Be brief and to the point. Discuss only one issue in each email or letter.
  • Identify bills by title and number.
  • Research your issue, organize the facts, and respond knowledgeably to opposing arguments. How to learn more about legislation.
  • Get to know the people you want to communicate with. Study officials’ background and voting records. Attend candidate forums and town halls in your local community.
  • Use the correct forms of address.

Send a Message

Look Up Who Represents You


President Donald J. Trump (R)

White House: 202-456-1414

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U.S. Senators

Michael Bennet (D)

Cory Gardner (R)

United States Senate

U.S. Representatives

District 1, Diana DeGette (D)

District 2, Joe Neguse (D)

District 3, Scott Tipton (R)

District 4, Ken Buck (R) 

District 5, Doug Lamborn (R)

District 6, Jason Crow (D)

District 7, Ed Perlmutter (D) 

United States House of Representatives

State Level

Governor Jared Polis (D)

Attorney General, Phil Weiser (D)

Treasurer, Dave Young (D)

Secretary of State, Jena Griswold (D)

Colorado General Assembly

Colorado Secretary of State Elections Center

Governor Polis at a League of Women Voters Colorado Event