Below you will find the contact information for the House and Senate Members of the United States Congress. Note that when writing paper letters to the Washington, DC offices, all representatives and senators have the following warning on their websites: Please note that mail sent to Congressional offices in Washington, DC must go through a very lengthy screening process. Letters are not only irradiated but are also vacuumed for possible contaminated substances. Because this process often delays letters for weeks, you may prefer to write to one of our [State] offices to ensure that your letter is delivered in a timely fashion.
UC Berkeley is located in California's 13th District. This district is represented by the Honorable Barbara Lee.
Representative Barbara Lee
phone: (202) 225-2661
fax: (202) 225-9817
hours: M-F 9-5:30pm
California is represented by Diane Feinstein and Kamala Harris.
Senator Kamala Harris
Senator Harris' Washington DC Office:
40B Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Phone (202) 224-3553
Senator Harris has offices throughout California. The closest office to UC Berkeley is:
50 United Nations Plaza
San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone (213) 894 - 5000
Fax (202) 224 - 0454
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:30pm
Senator Harris also has offices throughout California.
Senator Diane Feinstein
Senator Feinstein's Washington DC Office:
United States Senate
331 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
Phone: (202) 224-3841
TTY/TDD: (202) 224-2501
Senator Feinstein has offices throughout California. The closest office to UC Berkeley:
One Post Street, Suite 2450
San Francisco, CA 94104
Phone: (415) 393-0707
Fax: (415) 393-0710
Open Mon-Fri, 9a-5p
Senator Feinstein also has offices throughout California.
To find the contact information of other members of the US House of Representatives, use one of the below sources.
Find Your Representative-From the House of Representatives website, use this page to lookup your representative and his or her contact information.
Congressional Directory-From the Government Publishing Office, use this page when you know your representatives name.
Not all policy debates happen on the floor of Congress. Congressional members release statements, give interviews, and employ several social media strategies to get their points across. The following are some sources you can use to track what congressional members say outside of Congress.
Quorum can help you determine relationships amongst legislators in the U.S. Congress. It allows you to track legislators social media posts, who legislators work with and on what topics/issues. You can also discover which legislators are the champions of issues like abortion rights, LGBT rights, military policy, and hundreds of others. Relationships can be graphically displayed. This database is limited to those with a berkeley.edu email address, and 20 simultaneous users.