Contacting Senators and Representatives

How to easily contact your Senators and Representatives

It is so important to contact your state and national lawmakers regarding your support for pro-passenger rail legislation, or opposition to anti-passenger rail bills.    If we are silent when Amtrak is attacked and passenger rail funds get drastic cuts, how are our Lawmakers to know how they are hurting the transportation system
that so many rely upon.

Members of Wisarp and rail fans in general can really help to protect passenger rail.    Just a quick email on your Lawmaker’s official website !    Let’s let them know just how much support for passenger rail is out  there !    This is so easy.  (the steps described below may differ a little on some browsers)

State of Wisconsin Lawmakers

The quickest way:     Go to http://www.wisconsin.gov.   Then click on “Government” near the top.  Then click on   “Elected Officials”  on the left side.    Then click on “Who are my elected officials?” on the left side.     In the white box on the top right,  type in your address.   Your state lawmakers with their toll free phone number and
email address comes up.
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To see all officials In Wisconsin:
State Senate:  Go to http://www.wisconsin.gov.    Then click the tab near the top that says “Government”.   Click on “Elected Officials’ on your left.

Click on the blue tab for “State Senate.”  Then click on “Senators” on the left side.   On the top left of this list, you can sort the list by district or last name.  The Senator’s email address and phone number are near their picture.     Or on the Senator’s website:   click on “contact” to email or call them.

Assembly:  Go to http://www.wisconsin.gov and click on blue box on top that says “Government.”  Then click on “Elected Officials” on your left.

Click on the blue tab for “State Assembly.”     Then scroll down a little and click on “Representatives” on the left side.   On the top left of this list, you can sort the list by district or by last name. The Representative’s email address and phone number are near their picture.

Or on the Representative’s website:   click on “contact” to email or to call them.    All the webpages are not quite the same so just find where you can contact them.

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