Let them hear your voices: How to contact your Louisiana U.S. senators & representatives

By Robert Mann

As I write in my Times-Picayune | NOLA.com column this week, “preventing a racist plutocrat from reversing years of hard-won social and economic progress — or, worse, bumbling us into a war — won’t be easy, but the Tea Party’s success in 2009 provides a roadmap worth following. “At the very least,” I added, “our members of Congress need to hear from us, constantly.”

The Louisiana delegation’s office phone numbers, in Washington and at home, are listed below. I’ve also listed their mailing addresses. Print this out and keep it handy. Now, let’s start calling and writing.

To write your U.S. Senator a letter:

Senator (name)

U.S. Senate

Washington, D.C. 20510

To write your U.S. Representative a letter:

Rep. (name)

U.S. House of Representatives

Washington, D.C. 20515

U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy

https://www.cassidy.senate.gov/contact

Washington: (202) 224-5824

Metairie: (504) 838-0130

Baton Rouge: (225) 929-7711

Lafayette: (337) 261-1400

Lake Charles: (337) 493-5398

Monroe: (318) 324-2111

Alexandria: (318) 448-7176

Shreveport: (318) 798-3215

U.S. Sen. John Kennedy

Washington: (202) 224-4623

U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise (1st District)

https://scaliseforms.house.gov/contact/

Washington: (202) 225-3015

Hammond: (985) 340-2185

Houma: (985) 879-2300

Mandeville: (985) 893-9064

Metairie: (504) 837-1259

U.S. Rep. Cedric Richmond (2nd District)

https://richmond.house.gov/contact-cedric

Washington: (202) 225-6636

Baton Rouge: (225) 636-5600

Gretna: (504) 365-0390

New Orleans: (504) 288-3777

U.S. Rep. Clay Higgins (3rd District)

https://clayhiggins.house.gov/contact

Washington: (202) 225-2031

U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson (4th District)

https://mikejohnson.house.gov/contact

Washington: (202) 225-2777

U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham (5 District)

https://abraham.house.gov/contact

Washington: (202) 225-8490

Monroe: (318) 322-3500

Alexandria: (318) 445-0818

U.S. Rep. Garret Graves (6th District)

https://garretgraves.house.gov/contact

Washington: (202) 225-3901

Baton Rouge: (225) 442-1731

Livingston: (225) 686-4413

Thibodaux: (985) 448-4103

To write Donald Trump at the White House:

The President

The White House

Washington, D.C. 20500

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  5. Melanie O'Neill says:

    Excellent

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  6. Excellent! Thank you!

    Like

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