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How To Contact Your Reps

How do you contact your legislator?

You can find your Pennsylvania State Senator or Representative by visiting this Find Your Legislator Site.

The site will provide you with a list of your state elected officials and where to contact them.

You may choose to contact your legislators’ District or State Capitol offices.

What To Expect

What happens when you call your legislator?

You'll likely be connected with a staff person who works in constituent services or a legislative assistant. 

They may ask for your zip code or address to verify that you are a constituent (that means you live in the location that they represent). 

They may ask you if you need a response to your phone call. 

Your legislator’s office keeps a record of all constituent calls and will let your legislator know that their constituents care about the issue that you are calling about. 

Tips For Calling

Tips when making your call: 

  • Be prepared - know what issue you are calling about and what action you would like your legislator to take. 
  • Identify yourself and your relationship with the legislator – provide your name, location, and state that you are a constituent. 
  • Clearly communicate the purpose of your call – keep your message simple and to the point. 
  • Be courteous – thank the staffer for taking your call and let them know how you will follow up. 

This past July, in the middle of the night while many Pennsylvanians slept, anti-abortion senators in Harrisburg passed SB 106 — a constitutional amendment that would declare that the state constitution does not protect any right to abortion.

The legislature still has to vote on this bill again in the next legislative session before it can appear on the ballot, likely in May 2023.

This bill is out of line with the vast majority of Pennsylvanians that want to see abortion rights protected. We need you to call your state senator to let them know you support abortion rights and they should vote NO on any infringement to abortion access — including a constitutional amendment.