Easy link to all your Fed and State Congress Critter’s emails.

Just fill in the blanks and your Senators and Reps, both State and Fed, are brought up for you to choose from.  Write your message and you’re done.  No more going to their website and doing the ‘contact me’ routine.

This comes from http://www.Congress.org and is a real time saver for those who want to keep in touch with their elected officials.  If you’ve never been to http://www.Congress.org you should give it a try.  It’s a site that gives great information about what your congress person is doing.

Congress.org – Get informed, get involved.

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 Barack Obama (D), President
 Your U.S. Senators
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