How to Give Biden, Congress, and the Media a Piece of Your Mind

Patrick Swanson / November 19,2022

The 2022 mid-term election is over, except for the Georgia runoff election on Tuesday, December 6, 2022.

You may find yourself motivated to send thoughts, complaints, or praise to the winners or losers.

How can you write to the White House, Congress, the Media, and Regional Politicians? That’s our subject.

We offer resources taken directly from official sources, including The White House.

How you can write to The White House


Here are a few simple things you can do to make sure your correspondence gets to the White House as quickly as possible.

  •  If possible, email us! This is the fastest way to reach the White House.
  • If you write a letter, please consider typing it on an 8 1/2 by 11-inch sheet of paper.
  • If you hand-write your letter, please write as neatly as possible with an ink pen.
  • Include your return address on your letter as well as on your envelope. If you have an email address, please share it with us too.
  • And finally, please be sure to write on the outside of your mailing envelope the complete address for the White House to make sure your letter gets to us as quickly and directly as possible:

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

Washington, DC 20500

Write or Call the White House | The White House


How to Write to the Media…

[Source:] Co-authored by Eric McClure

“Believe it or not, most reporters get leads for their stories from private citizens letting them know what’s going on in the world! If you have information on a story and want to see it printed in a newspaper or conveyed on your local news network, contact a media outlet. Pick multiple media outlets to send your story to based on the gravity of your story and the scope of investigative resources required to research the story correctly. Look on the media outlet’s website to find a number or email address.”

How you can write to the Media about a story, and write a Press Release