Making Democracy Work

How to Reach Your Govt: Links to Federal, State & Local Officials

Here's how you can contact the people who represent YOU!

DISTRICT 1 SPECIAL ELECTION UPDATE

PLEASE NOTE: Rep Yancey is now official! You can go to her state website here
District 1 you have representation once again!

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On November 7, Tenisha Yancey was elected the new State Representative for District 1.  As soon as the election results are certified, she will be sworn in as its new representative.

Until then, you can contact the office at (517) 373-0154 or toll-free (888) 254-5291, or you can leave a message using this contact form

In the Pointes, State House District 1 covers GP Shores, GP Woods, Harper Woods as well as an eastern section of Detroit. To review the complete district map, click here

Gov. Websites: Federal

TO CONTACT YOUR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS:

Donald TrumpPresident Donald Trump

Sen StabenowSenator Debbie Stabenow

Rep Gary PetersSenator Gary Peters

Rep Brenda LawrenceCongresswoman Brenda Lawrence
Click here for a complete 14th District Congressional Map

GOVERNMENT WEBSITES FOR INFORMATION:

President/Executive Branch information
US Cabinet
US Senate
US House
Congress.gov (prev. called THOMAS) Here's where you can look up proposed US legislation, the Congressional Record, & Roll Call Votes

Gov. Websites: State of Michigan

Gov. Websites: Wayne County

TO CONTACT YOUR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS:

Warren Evans
Wayne County Executive Warren C. Evans

Commissioner Killeen
County Commissioner Tim Killeen
or email address: tkilleen@co.wayne.mi.us

GOVERNMENT WEBSITES FOR INFORMATION:

County Executive
County Commissioner Tim Killeen

Gov. Websites: Local City Halls and School Boards

Local Community Organizations

Michigan Redistricting Maps

Print Your Own Copy of the LWVGP Pamphlet: "Your Government Officials"

LWVGP's comprehensive brochure for 2016 which lists the officials who represent you in the many different levels of government is now available. Look for it at local city halls, schools, libraries and other civic institutions, or print it out here:
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