Participating in the Process

You are a vital part of the legislative process. The legislative web site offers ways to contact a legislator and even participate in committee hearing activity. See below for information about the different options. ​

​Communicating with a Legislato​r​

Send an Ema​il
You can send an elected official a message from ​the House or Senate​ Member Directories​ or the Rosters by clicking the Email link.

Send a Message about a Bill​​
The comment on a Bill form allows you to send a message to your elected official and share your opinion on a specific bill right from a bill history on the Bill Info page. You can email or call your district elected officials and request a response if you wish.

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​​​Participating in ​a Committee Hearing
Testifying in a Virtual Hearing
Duri​ng the 2021 Session, you can register to ​testify in a virtual hearing in a similar manner as you wo​uld on campus.

Submitting Written Testimony to a Committee
If you do not wish to testify in a committee ​hearing, you can still submit written testimony on a bill for the archived legislative record​.

Get Your Position on a Bill Noted for Legislative Record
If you wish, you could choose to have your position noted. The Committee Sign In - Remote Testimony page also allows you to select a chamber, committee, and bill, then indicate you wish to have your position noted for the archived legislative record​​.


Need help to figure out where to start? You can also contact the Legislative Hotline at 1.800.562.6000.