Outraged? Want to voice your concern? Who you gonna call?

  1. Call your representatives first, call them at your district office, if you can get through, if you cannot, try any of their other numbers

Senator Mitch McConnell

  • LOUISVILLE OFFICE: (502) 582-6304
  • LEXINGTON OFFICE: (859) 224-8286
  • FORT WRIGHT OFFICE: (859) 578-0188
  • LONDON OFFICE: (606) 864-2026
  • BOWLING GREEN OFFICE: (270) 781-1673
  • PADUCAH OFFICE: (270) 442-4554
  • WASHINGTON OFFICE: (202) 224-2541

Senator Rand Paul

  • Bowling Green- Main State Office: 270-782-8303
  • Washington, DC: 202-224-4343
  • Crescent Springs: 859-426-0165
  • Louisville: 502-582-5341
  • Owensboro: 270-689-9085
  • Hopkinsville: 270-885-1212
  • Lexington: 859-219-2239

Representatives in the House for the State of Kentucky:

District Name Party Phone
1 Comer, James R 202-225-3115
2 Guthrie, S. Brett R 202-225-3501
3 Yarmuth, John A. D 202-225-5401
4 Massie, Thomas R 202-225-3465
5 Rogers, Harold R 202-225-4601
6 Barr, Andy R 202-225-4706

You can find which is your representative here as well as finding their local numbers

If you’re trying to help somone in another state find numbers, this is the link for Senators Call them at your district office first

2. As a concerned citizen ANYONE may call:

  • The House Oversight committee: (202) 225-5074
  • Paul Ryan (Wisconsin –  Speaker of the house) Website DC office: (202) 225-3031,
  • Nancy Pelosi (California – House minority leader) Website DC: (202) 225-0100
  • Mitch McConnell (Kentucky – Senate Majority Leader) WebsiteDC: (202) 224-2541
  • Chuck Schumer (New York – Senate Minority leader) Website NYC (212) 486-4430, DC: (202) 224-6542.

You may call them about your concerns regarding Trump’s cabinet appointments, Trump’s attacks on the first amendment (Freedom of speech, press, religion and the right to peaceably assemble), Climate change, Obamacare, Medicare, Women’s reproductive rights, Marriage Equality, Police brutality, Immigration, Refugees, Gun Violence Protection  along with other concerns

Here are some great posts about how to contact your reps and what to say:

The Best way to contact your congress people, from a former staffer

“We’re his problem now” an amazing google doc with scripts and calls to action

Overview of “Who you gonna call” with a step by step on the process