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 Legislator
Send an Email
You can send an elected official a message from the
Member Directories or the
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
page. You can email or call your district elected officials and request a response if you wish.
Participating in a Committee Hearing
Testifying in a Virtual Hearing
During the 2021 Session, you can register to testify in a virtual hearing
in a similar manner as you would 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.