Communicating with the White House
Posted on June 27, 2013 by JP
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Sometimes you may want to call or write the White House to voice your opinion. The Administration uses calls and letters to the White House as a gauge of public opinion. To write to the White House, start your letter with “Dear Mr. President.” If you would like to call the White House in response to a particular issue, you can call the White House comment line at 202-456-1111 to register your opinions on selected
issues using your touch-tone phone. You may also choose to leave your message with an operator if you wish. If you choose to email the white house, send your opinions to
You may also fax the White House at 202-456-2461.
Many of the same pointers for communicating with congress apply to the White House as well.
See Tips on Telephoning your Representatives or Tips on Writing Congress.