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Find Your U.S. Congressional District Number

… and the names of your
members of U.S. Congress


   By computer or by telephone call:

By computer at any hour of the day

    District Number and U.S. Representative:

    1. Get your 9-digit zipcode (ZIP + 4)
    2. Enter your 9-digit zipcode at the U.S. House website
          in the upper right corner of the screen.
    3. Select "Go" to get
         your U.S. Congressional District number
                                (within your state)
          followed by the name of
          your U.S. Representative.

    U.S. Senators:
    Select your state at the Single-Payer Support Monitor.
          At the top of the screen you will see the names
          of your two U.S. Senators after you select your state.
   
    Return to the previous page.

    Note: A set of instructions with more details, including another option, is available.

By phone between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays

   1. Call a post office to get your 9-digit zip code.
   2. Call the U.S. Capitol (at one of the phone numbers below) to ask the operator to help you get your U.S. Representative’s name & your district number.
   3. Ask for the names of your U.S. Senators during that same telephone call.
   4. Write down the information in a good place for future reference.

 


Telephone Numbers for Calling the U.S. Congress Operator
for the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate

Toll-free: here are multiple toll-free numbers
              because the numbers are not permanent
              and might go out-of-service.
              866-338-1015 ... or ... 888-797-8717;

Toll-call:  here are the permanent numbers:
             202-225-3121 for the U.S. House of Representatives
             202-224-3131 for the U.S. Senate


Similar Instructions with More Details

  1. Determine your 9-digit zip code (ZIP+4).
  2. Determine your U.S. Congressional District number and the name of your U.S. Representative:
    • Go to http://www.house.gov/. At the upper right corner of the screen at "FIND YOUR REPRESENTATIVE" enter your 9-digit (ZIP+4) zip code. Select "Go" to get the following:
               your U.S. Congressional District number
                                      (within your state)
                followed by the name of
                your U.S. Representative.
    • Or contact the U.S. Capitol switchboard
                               (9 a.m. to 5 pm. EST)
      • Call one of these toll-free numbers:
        • 866-338-1015 or 888-797-8717
      • Ask them for help in determining your U.S. Congressional District number. Depending on your district, they might require you to tell them your 9-digit (ZIP+4) zip code.
      • The hours of the switchboard: 24 hours per day every day of the year. However, it’s best to call between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. EST, because the operators during the day have a higher degree of computer access.
  3. Determine the names of your U.S. Senators:
    Select your state at the Single-Payer Support Monitor. At the top of the screen you will see the names of your two U.S. Senators.
  4. Write down the district number and the names in a good place for your future reference for your use during the effort(s) to get improved Medicare for All, including the use of this website.
  5. Click here to return to the previous page.

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