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Use the following links to E-mail the White House, your senators and representatives and other government officials.

E-mail the President

You can send an E-mail to President Bush at president@whitehouse.gov. E-mail Vice President Cheney at vice.president@whitehouse.gov. If you prefer to write a letter, you can mail it to: The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500.

E-mail Your Representative

Search the House of Representatives database by zip code. If this doesn't prove fruitful, try searching this list of Representative Web sites. Many sites offer an e-mail address or feedback form.

E-mail Your Senator

Select your Senator from the state-by-state list at the Senate's Web site. If you know the name of your Senator, you can obtain contact information from this "Contacting the Senate" list.

E-mail Other Government Officials

If your car is swallowed up by a pothole the size of Poughkeepsie, E- The People can help you find the person you need to tell about it. Simply go to the site, click on "roads and transportation," type in your address and they'll forward your note to the right officials in your city. If your public works commissioner doesn't have Internet access, they'll convert your e-mail to a fax! This site makes it incredibly easy to voice your concern to more than 170,000 officials in local, state and federal government.

 
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