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As a citizen of the United States of America, you have the right to seek help from your elected representatives in addressing your concerns -- including policies that affect your conditions of employment as a federal employee. You may contact your Congressional representatives on

such matters as long as you are on your own time, use your personal phone/computer, and

make it clear you are contacting them as a citizen and not speaking on behalf of the agency. For further information regarding your right to petition the government, click here.

U.S. Capitol Switchboard

(202) 224-3121

You can contact your House Representative or Senators by phone by calling the Capitol Switchboard. Simply call the number above, give the operator your zip code, and he/she will connect you with your elected officials' office. Or use the contact lists below:

House l Senate

U.S. House of Representatives

United States Senate

Defend Federal Jobs and Services Letter      Defend Federal Jobs and Services Letter
Protect Federal Pay Letter Protect Federal Pay Letter
Defend Federal Retirement Security Defend Federal Retirement Security
Preserve Union Official Time Letter Preserve Union Official Time Letter
Defend Federal Employee Health Benefits Defend Federal Employee Health Benefits
Federal Employee Paid Parental Leave Federal Employee Paid Parental Leave

Federal Employee Pay Talking Points Memo
Federal Workforce Reduction Talking Points Memo
Federal Employee Retirement Security Talking Points Memo
FEHB Voucher Talking Points Memo
Official Time for Union Business Talking Points Memo

Giving Federal Employees a Real Pay Adjustment

Seeking Paid Parental Leave for Federal Employees

Protecting Official Time

Repealing Harmful Pension Cuts

Protecting VA Employee Due Process Rights

Opposing Efforts to Slash the DoD Civilian Workforce

Providing VA Employees Equitable Collective Bargaining Rights



Want to see where your elected representatives stand on the issues that matter to America's middle class? Interested in finding out whether they have YOUR best interests in mind? Use this handy interactive map to find your elected officials and see if they are a friend of working families.

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