APMA members are urged to continue using the APMA e-Advocacy Web site to write, fax, and call Congress, even if they have done so in the past year on any of APMA’s issues. Members can log on to http://www.apma.org/eadvocacy for information and updates, to see who represents them in Congress, to learn which Representatives and Senators have co-sponsored bills, and to send a message to Congress.

Congressional Contacts

District

Name

Party

Room

Phone

1

Chabot, Steve

R

2371 RHOB

202-225-2216

2

Wenstrup, Brad

R

1223 LHOB

202-225-3164

3

Beatty, Joyce

D

133 CHOB

202-225-4324

4

Jordan, Jim

R

1524 LHOB

202-225-2676

5

Latta, Robert E.

R

2448 RHOB

202-225-6405

6

Johnson, Bill

R

1710 LHOB

202-225-5705

7

Gibbs, Bob

R

329 CHOB

202-225-6265

8

Davidson, Warren

R

1011 LHOB

202-225-6205

9

Kaptur, Marcy

D

2186 RHOB

202-225-4146

10

Turner, Michael

R

2239 RHOB

202-225-6465

11

Fudge, Marcia L.

D

2344 RHOB

202-225-7032

12

Tiberi, Pat

R

1203 LHOB

202-225-5355

13

Ryan, Tim

D

1421 LHOB

202-225-5261

14

Joyce, David

R

1124 LHOB

202-225-5731

15

Stivers, Steve

R

1022 LHOB

202-225-2015

16

Renacci, Jim

R

328 CHOB

202-225-3876


Senate Contacts

Senator Sherrod Brown (D)
713 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC  20510
202-224-2315
Website: brown.senate.gov/contact/

Senator Rob Portman (R)
448 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
202-224-3353
Website: portman.senate.gov/contact_form.cfm 

APMA member action and contributions to the APMAPAC are vital to the success of the profession’s legislative endeavors. Individual political action by members is essential for influencing, educating, and retaining