Finding your State and Federal Legislators

Congressional terms are six years for U.S. Senators and two years for U.S. Representatives.  It may be hard to keep up with knowing who your legislators are, especially if you move often or don't keep up with election news. 

Now, let's figure out who your federal and state legislators are so we can make connections!

 
 
  Image: VotingRevival.com, 2017

Image: VotingRevival.com, 2017

Identify your Federal Legislators

There are 435 U.S. Representatives and 100 U.S. Senators in the U.S. Congress.  You are represented by one U.S. Representative and two U.S. Senators. You will be re-directed to GovTrack.us in a new window when you click the button below.  You can search for your U.S. Representatives and Senators by entering your address.

 
  Image: GovSpot.com, 2017

Image: GovSpot.com, 2017

Visit your state government's website

State governments are similar to the federal government in terms of the three branches of power; however, each state has different electoral cycles that may not coincide with federal elections.  This resource can assist you with identifying your state legislators. You will be re-directed to USA.gov in a new window when you click the button below.  You can learn about the different government offices as well as issues that are affecting your state.

 
  Image: OpenStates.org, 2017

Image: OpenStates.org, 2017

Identify your State Representative

State representatives represent you in the your state district.  This person is different than your U.S. representative.  You will be re-directed to OpenStates.org in a new a window when you click the button below.  You can search for your state representative and their voting history by entering your address.