Find your Representatives
Find your representatives at all levels of government, how to contact them, bills they’ve introduced, committees they serve on, and political contributions they’ve received. Enter your full address after you get to the Common Cause site. We thank Common Cause for this comprehensive site.
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Most of the sites below allow you to send an email from the webpage to the elected official(s).
North Carolina US Senators
All people in the state of NC have the same two Senators. Their contact information is repeated here for quick access.
- Senator Richard Burr Washington DC phone number: 202-224-3154, Winston-Salem office 800-685-8916. Email is available from his webpage.
- Senator Thom Tillis Washington DC phone number: 202-224-6342, High Point office 336-885-0685. Email is available from his webpage.
North Carolina Representatives in the US House
- Find Your Representative by zip code (Once identified, you will find contact information, sometimes in text and sometimes by small icon. )
NC General Assembly
Enter your address at the link below and then select one of the following: US House, NC House, or NC Senate to identify your representatives. Note also that you can select to view by (current) representatives or 2022 election.
NC Voting District Interactive Maps
Click below to find interactive maps of North Carolina's voting districts for the US House, NC House and NC Senate. You can view the districts being used for the November 2022 elections (North Carolina's voting districts were redrawn in 2019 after being struck down by the NC Supreme Court as unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders). The map allows you type in your address, zoom in to street level, and see where indidual points of interest lie within the district lines.
Piedmont Triad County and Select City Elected Officials
City of Greensboro
- City of Greensboro Government Website
- City Council (Includes contact information, agendas, minutes, videos)
- Find What District You Are In