Contact Your Legislator
Ever wondered just who is representing you at the state and national level, or
how to contact your legislator? Sometimes it seems like a big mystery. Now, the
mystery is solved! Follow these links to identify and communicate with your
A service of the Library of Congress,
http://thomas.loc.gov offers a wealth of current, national legislative
information. Among other things, you can easily search legislative bill text,
determine committee members, and find out when Congress is in session.
To find out who your legislator is, simply click on
House or Senate. You can then
search the directory by state or by last name.
U.S. House Representatives are listed by hometown and by district number. Ohio
holds eighteen (18) congressional districts. You can view detailed sections of
the Ohio congressional district map at
On the website for the Ohio General Assembly (http://www.legislature.state.oh.us/),
you can search for your state legislator quickly by using the search form on
the lower right hand side of the page. Click in the box next to
“House” and/or “Senate.” Then, search by zip code,
district number, or name.
The Ohio House of
Representatives and the Ohio
Senate each have their own website, with search tools for your
Ohio has ninety nine (99) House districts and thirty three
(33) Senate districts. Maps and more information can be found at
Ohio Secretary of State’s website.
As with congressional representatives, state legislators have
personal web pages that can be accessed through the above links. These will
provide contact information. Don’t be shy about letting your legislators
know exactly what you think!