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CONTACT THESE U.S. SENATORS TO SUPPORT
S.51, THE WASHINGTON, DC ADMISSIONS ACT
BECAUSE WE NEED TWO MORE DEMS!

     
 
Sen. John Hickenlooper (D-CO)

  United States Senate
  SR-B85 Russell Senate Office Building

  Washington, DC 20510
  (202) 224-5941


  Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ)
  
United States Senate
  B40B Dirksen Senate Office Building
  Washington, DC 20510
  (202) 224-2235


  Sen. Angus King (I-ME)
 
United States Senate
  133 Hart Building
  Washington, DC 20510
  (202) 224-5344


  Sen. Ben Ray Luján (D-NM)
  
United States Senate
  B40C Dirksen Senate Office Building
  Washington, DC 20510
  (202) 224-6621


  Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV)
 
United States Senate
  306 Hart Senate Office Building
  Washington, DC 20510
  (202) 224-3954


  Sen. Jon Ossoff (D-GA)
  
United States Senate
  825 B&C Hart Senate Office Building
  Washington, DC 20510
  (202) 224-3521


  Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH)
  
United States Senate
  506 Hart Senate Office Building
  Washington, DC 20510
  (202) 224-2841


  Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ)
 
United States Senate
  317 Hart Senate Office Building
  Washington, DC 20510
  (202) 224-4521


  Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT)
  
United States Senate
  311 Hart Senate Office Building
  Washington, DC 20510
  (202) 224-2644


  Sen. Rafael Warnock (D-GA)
 
United States Senate
  B40D Dirksen Senate Office Building
  Washington, DC 20510
  (202) 224-3643


  Democrats appear in BLUE.
 
Independent appears in BLACK.
 
 List of U.S. Senators (117th Congress).

                   DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FACTS & STATISTICS

More than 714,153 people live in the District of Columbia – more than in Vermont (623,251), Wyoming (581,075) and almost as many as in Alaska (724,357).

Washingtonians pay nearly $30 million in federal taxes annually – more than taxpayers in 24 states.

Residents of the District are called to serve on jury duty.

More than 31,000 veterans reside in Washington, DC.DC residents do not have voting representation in the U.S. House of Representatives or the U.S. Senate.

There are no representatives or senators who are able to vote on behalf of DC residents on issues of national importance – including declarations of war, impeachment trials and stimulus relief funds.

For more than 220 years, DC residents have sought equal democratic rights.

If you believe this to be Un-American, undemocratic and unfair, please contact your U.S. Senators.

Direct your correspondence as follows:

The Honorable (insert name)
United States Senate
Washington, DC 201510

You may phone the U.S. Capitol Switchboard at (202) 224-3121.

A switchboard operator will connect you directly with the Senate office you request.

 EMAIL US  
TwoMoreDems @ gmail.com

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