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PEOPLE’s Call to Action: Contact Congress to Ask What Is Being Done to Stop the Epidemic of Gun Violence

On Friday, just as the school day was just getting underway, a gunman opened fire inside Santa Fe High School in Texas, killing 10 and wounding 13.

Eight students and two teachers were killed, leaving their loved ones grieving the loss of “extraordinary” lives.

The suspected shooter, a 17-year-old student, had planned to kill himself after the massacre but lost his nerve and surrendered instead, authorities said.

The attack, which began around 7:30 a.m., came just months after a mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, killed 17 people — and, less than a year before that, a mass shooter at a concert in Las Vegas killed 58. Weeks after the Vegas massacre, a gunman fatally shot 25 people, including a pregnant woman, at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

Speaking to reporters on Friday afternoon, surrounded by law enforcement and other politicians, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called it “the worst disaster ever to strike this community.”

“We need to do more than just pray for the victims and their families,” Abbott said. “It’s time in Texas that we take action to step up and make sure this tragedy is never repeated ever again in the history of the state.”

To help you make your voice heard and to let your representatives know you will vote on the issue of sensible gun legislation, PEOPLE is once again releasing its Call to Action.

Here is the contact information for every single voting member of Congress. There are no easy solutions to gun violence, but Washington needs to know that doing nothing is not an option anymore.

ALABAMA

Sen. Richard Shelby

Phone: 202-224-5744

Twitter:

@SenShelby

Sen. Doug Jones

Phone: 202-224-3004

Twitter:

@SenDougJones

Rep. Bradley Byrne

Phone: 202-225-4931

Twitter:

@RepByrne

Rep. Terri A. Sewell

Phone: 202-225-2665

Twitter:

@RepTerriSewell

Rep. Gary Palmer

Phone: 202-225-4921

Twitter:

@USRepGaryPalmer

Rep. Mike Rogers

Phone: 202-225-3261

Twitter:

@RepMikeRogersAL

Rep. Martha Roby

Phone: 202-225-2901

Twitter:

@RepMarthaRoby

Rep. Mo Brooks

Phone: 202-225-4801

Twitter:

@RepMoBrooks

Rep. Robert Aderholt

Phone: 202-225-4876

Twitter:

@Robert_Aderholt

ALASKA

Sen. Dan Sullivan

Phone: 202-224-3004

Twitter:

@SenDanSullivan

Sen. Lisa Murkowski

Phone: 202-224-6665

Twitter:

@LisaMurkowski

Rep. Don Young

Phone: 202-225-5765

Twitter:

@RepDonYoung

ARIZONA

Sen. John McCain

Phone: 202-224-2235

Twitter:

@SenJohnMcCain

Sen. Jeff Flake

Phone: 202-224-4521

Twitter:

@JeffFlake

Rep. Ruben Gallego

Phone: 202-225-4065

Twitter:

@RepRubenGallego

Rep. Debbie Lesko

Phone: 202-225-4576

Twitter:

@RepDLesko

Rep. Martha McSally

Phone: 202-225-2542

Twitter:

@RepMcSally

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema

Phone: 202-225-9888

Twitter:

@RepSinema

Rep. Andy Biggs

Phone: 202-225-2635

Twitter:

@RepAndyBiggsAZ

Rep. Tom O’Halleran

Phone: 202-225-3361

Twitter:

@RepOHalleran

Rep. David Schweikert

Phone: 202-225-2190

Twitter:

@RepDavid

Rep. Raúl Grijalva

Phone: 202-225-2435

Twitter:

@RepraulGrijalva

Rep. Paul A. Gosar

Phone: 202-225-2315

Twitter:

@RepGosar

ARKANSAS

Sen. Tom Cotton

Phone: 202-224-2353

Twitter:

@SenTomCotton

Sen. John Boozman

Phone: 202-224-4843

Twitter:

@JohnBoozman

Rep. Bruce Westerman

Phone: 202-225-3772

Twitter:

@RepWesterman

Rep. French Hill

Phone: 202-225-2506

Twitter:

@RepFrenchHill

Rep. Steve Womack

Phone: 202-225-4301

Twitter:

@Rep_SteveWomack

Rep. Rick Crawford

Phone: 202-225-4076

Twitter:

@RepRickCrawford

CALIFORNIA

Sen. Kamala D. Harris

Phone: 202-224-3553

Twitter:

@KamalaHarris

Sen. Dianne Feinstein

Phone: 202-224-3841

Twitter:

@SenFeinstein

Rep. Karen Handel

Phone: 202-225-4501

Twitter:

@RepKHandel

Rep. Mimi Walters

Phone: 202-225-5611

Twitter:

@RepMimiWalters

Rep. Norma Torres

Phone: 202-225-6161

Twitter:

@NormaJTorres

Rep. Ted Lieu

Phone: 202-225-3976

Twitter:

@RepTedLieu

Rep. Pete Aguilar

Phone: 202-225-3201

Twitter:

@reppeteaguilar

Rep. Steve Knight

Phone: 202-225-1956

Twitter:

@SteveKnight25

Rep. Mark DeSaulnier

Phone: 202-225-2095

Twitter:

@RepDeSaulnier

Rep. Scott Peters

Phone: 202-225-0508

Twitter:

@RepScottPeters

Rep. Juan Vargas

Phone: 202-225-8045

Twitter:

@RepJuanVargas

Rep. Alan Lowenthal

Phone: 202-225-7924

Twitter:

@RepLowenthal

Rep. Mark Takano

Phone: 202-225-2305

Twitter:

@RepMarkTakano

Rep. Raul Ruiz

Phone: 202-225-5330

Twitter:

@CongressmanRuiz

Rep. Tony Cárdenas

Phone: 202-225-6131

Twitter:

@RepCardenas

Rep. Julia Brownley

Phone: 202-225-5811

Twitter:

@JuliaBrownley26

Rep. David Valadao

Phone: 202-225-4695

Twitter:

@RepDavidValadao

Rep. Eric Swalwell

Phone: 202-225-5065

Twitter:

@RepSwalwell

Rep. Paul Cook

Phone: 202-225-5861

Twitter:

@RepPaulCook

Rep. Ami Bera

Phone: 202-225-5716

Twitter:

@RepBera

Rep. Jared Huffman

Phone: 202-225-5161

Twitter:

@RepHuffman

Rep. Doug LaMalfa

Phone: 202-225-3076

Twitter:

@RepLaMalfa

Rep. Ro Khanna

Phone: 202-225-2631

Twitter:

@RepRoKhanna

Rep. Maxine Waters

Phone: 202-225-2201

Twitter:

@RepMaxineWaters

Rep. Mike Thompson

Phone: 202-225-3311

Twitter:

@RepThompson

Rep. Linda Sánchez

Phone: 202-225-6676

Twitter:

@RepLindaSanchez

Rep. John Garamendi

Phone: 202-225-1880

Twitter:  @RepGaramendi

Rep. Tom McClintock

Phone: 202-225-2511

Twitter:  @RepMcClintock

Rep. Doris O. Matsui

Phone: 202-225-7163

Twitter:  @DorisMatsui

Rep. Jerry McNerney

Phone: 202-225-1947

Twitter:  @RepMcNerney

Rep. Jeff Denham

Phone: 202-225-4540

Twitter:  @RepJeffDenham

Rep. Nancy Pelosi

Phone: 202-225-4965

Twitter:  @NancyPelosi

Rep. Barbara Lee

Phone: 202-225-2661

Twitter:  @RepBarbaraLee

Rep. Jackie Speier

Phone: 202-225-3531

Twitter:

@RepSpeier

Rep. Jim Costa

Phone: 202-225-3341

Twitter:

@RepJimCosta

Rep. Jimmy Panetta

Phone: 202-225-2861

Twitter:

@RepJimmyPanetta

Rep. Anna G. Eshoo

Phone: 202-225-8104

Twitter:

@RepAnnaEshoo

Rep. Zoe Lofgren

Phone: 202-225-3072

Twitter:

@RepZoeLofgren

Rep. Salud Carbajal

Phone: 202-225-3601

Twitter:

@RepCarbajal

Rep. Devin Nunes

Phone: 202-225-2523

Twitter:

@DevinNunes

Rep. Kevin McCarthy

Phone: 202-225-2915  

Twitter:

@GOPLeader

Rep. Nanette Barragán

Phone: 202-225-8220

Twitter:

@RepBarragan

Rep. Judy Chu

Phone: 202-225-5464

Twitter:

@RepJudyChu

Rep. Adam Schiff

Phone: 202-225-4176

Twitter:

@RepAdamSchiff

Rep. Brad Sherman

Phone: 202-225-5911

Twitter:

@BradSherman

Rep. Grace Napolitano

Phone: 202-225-5256

Twitter:

@GraceNapolitano

Rep. Jimmy Gomez

Phone: 202-225-6235

Twitter:

@RepJimmyGomez

Rep. Karen Bass

Phone: 202-225-7084

Twitter:

@RepKarenBass

Rep. Ed Royce

Phone: 202-225-4111

Twitter:

@RepEdRoyce

Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard

Phone: 202-225-1766

Twitter:

@RepRoybalAllard

Rep. Ken Calvert

Phone: 202-225-1986

Twitter:

@KenCalvert

Rep. Luis (Lou) Correa

Phone: 202-225-2965

Twitter:

@RepLouCorrea

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher

Phone: 202-225-2415

Twitter:

@DanaRohrabacher

Rep. Darrell Issa

Phone: 202-225-3906

Twitter:  @DarrellIssa

Rep. Duncan D. Hunter

Phone: 202-225-5672

Twitter:

@Rep_Hunter

Rep. Susan Davis

Phone: 202-225-2040

Twitter:

@RepSusanDavis

COLORADO

Sen. Cory Gardner

Phone: 202-224-5941

Twitter:

@SenCoryGardner

Sen. Michael Bennet

Phone: 202-224-5852

Twitter:

@SenBennetCo

Rep. Ken Buck

Phone: 202-225-4676

Twitter:

@RepKenBuck

Rep. Scott Tipton

Phone: 202-225-4761

Twitter:

@RepTipton

Rep. Jared Polis

Phone: 202-225-2161

Twitter:

@JaredPolis

Rep. Ed Perlmutter

Phone: 202-225-2645

Twitter:

@RepPerlmutter

Rep. Doug Lamborn

Phone: 202-225-4422

Twitter:

@RepDLamborn

Rep. Diana DeGette

Phone: 202-225-4431

Twitter:

@RepDianaDeGette

Rep. Mike Coffman

Phone: 202-225-7882

Twitter:

@RepMikeCoffman

CONNECTICUT

Sen. Christopher Murphy

Phone: 202-224-4041

Twitter:

@ChrisMurphyCT

Sen. Richard Blumenthal

Phone: 202-224-2823

Twitter:

@SenBlumenthal

Rep. Elizabeth Esty

Phone: 202-225-4476

Twitter:

@RepEsty

Rep. John Larson

Phone: 202-225-2265

Twitter:

@RepJohnLarson

Rep. Jim Himes

Phone: 202-225-5541

Twitter:

@JAHimes

Rep. Rosa DeLauro

Phone: 202-225-3661

Twitter:

@RosaDeLauro

Rep. Joe Courtney

Phone: 202-225-2076

Twitter:

@RepJoeCourtney

DELAWARE

Sen. Thomas R. Carper

Phone: 202-224-2441

Twitter:

@SenatorCarper

Sen. Christopher A. Coons

Phone: 202-224-5042

Twitter:  @SenCoonsOffice

Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester

Phone: 202-225-4165

Twitter:

@LisaBRochester

FLORIDA

Sen. Bill Nelson

Phone: 202-224-5274

Twitter:

@SenBillNelson

Sen. Marco Rubio

Phone: 202-224-3041

Twitter:

@MarcoRubio

Rep. Matt Gaetz

Phone: 202-225-4136

Twitter:

@MattGaets

Rep. Neal Dunn

Phone: 202-225-5235

Twitter:

@DrNealDunnFL2

Rep. Ted Yoho

Phone: 202-225-5744

Twitter:

@RepTedYoho

Rep. John Rutherford

Phone: 202-225-2501

Twitter:

@JRutherfordFL

Rep. Al Lawson

Phone: 202-225-0123

@RepAlLawsonJr

Rep. Ron DeSantis

Phone: 202-225-2706

Twitter:

@RepDeSantis

Rep. Stephanie Murphy

Phone: 202-225-4035

Twitter:

@RepStephMurphy

Rep. Bill Posey

Phone: 202-225-3671

Twitter:

@CongBillPosey

Rep. Darren Soto

Phone: 202-225-9889

Twitter:

@RepDarrenSoto

Rep. Val Demings

Phone: 202-225-2176

Twitter:

@RepValDemings

Rep. Daniel Webster

Phone: 202-225-1002

Twitter:

@RepWebster

Rep. Gus M. Bilirakis

Phone: 202-225-5755

Twitter:

@RepGusBilirakis

Rep. Charlie Crist

Phone: 202-225-5961

Twitter:

@RepCharlieCrist

Rep. Kathy Castor

Phone: 202-225-3376

Twitter:

@USRepKCastor

Rep. Dennis Ross

Phone: 202-225-1252

Twitter:

@RepDennisRoss

Rep. Vern Buchanan

Phone: 202-225-5015

Twitter:

@VernBuchanan

Rep. Tom Rooney

Phone: 202-225-5792

Twitter:

@TomRooney

Rep. Brian Mast

Phone: 202-225-3026

Twitter:

@RepBrianMast

Rep. Francis Rooney

Phone: 202-225-2536

Twitter:

@FrancisRooney

Rep. Alcee L. Hastings

Phone: 202-225-1313

Twitter:

@RepHastingsFL

Rep. Ted Deutch

Phone: 202-225-3001

Twitter:

@RepTedDeutch

Rep. Lois Frankel

Phone: 202-225-9890

Twitter:

@RepLoisFrankel

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Phone: 202-225-7931

Twitter:

@RepDWStweets

Rep. Frederica Wilson

Phone: 202-225-4506

Twitter:

@RepWilson

Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart

Phone: 202-225-4211

Twitter:

@MarioDB

Rep. Carlos Curbelo

Phone: 202-225-2778

Twitter:

@RepCurbelo

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

Phone: 202-225-3931

Twitter:

@RosLehtinen

GEORGIA

Sen. Johnny Isakson

Phone: 202-224-3643

Twitter:

@SenatorIsakson

Sen. David Perdue

Phone: 202-224-3521

Twitter:

@SenDavidPerdue

Rep. Buddy Carter

Phone: 202-225-5831

Twitter:

@RepBuddyCarter

Rep. Sanford D. Bishop Jr.

Phone: 202-225-3631

Twitter:

@SandfordBishop

Rep. Drew Ferguson

Phone: 202-225-5901

Twitter:

@RepDrewFerguson

Rep. Henry C. “Hank” Johnson Jr.

Phone: 202-225-1605

Twitter:

@RepHankJohnson

Rep. John Lewis

Phone: 202-225-3801

Twitter:

@RepJohnLewis

Rep. Robert Woodall

Phone: 202-225-4272

Twitter:

@RepRobWoodall

Rep. Austin Scott

Phone: 202-225-6531

Twitter:

@AustinScottGA08

Rep. Doug Collins

Phone: 202-225-9893

Twitter:

@RepDougCollins

Rep. Jody Hice

Phone: 202-225-4101

Twitter:

@CongressmanHice

Rep. Barry Loudermilk

Phone: 202-225-2931

Twitter:

@RepLoudermilk

Rep. Rick Allen

Phone: 202-225-2823

Twitter:

@RepRickAllen

Rep. David Scott

Phone: 202-225-2939

Twitter:

@RepDavidScott

Rep. Tom Graves

Phone: 202-225-5211

Twitter:

@RepTomGraves

HAWAII

Sen. Mazie K. Hirono

Phone: 202-224-6361

Twitter:

@MazieHirono

Sen. Brian Schatz

Phone: 202-224-3934

Twitter:

@SenBrianSchatz

Rep. Colleen Hanabusa

Phone: 202-225-2726

Twitter:

@RepHanabusa

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard

Phone: 202-225-4906

Twitter:

@TulsiPress

IDAHO

Sen. Mike Crapo

Phone: 202-224-6142

Twitter:

@MikeCrapo

Sen. James Risch

Phone: 202-224-2752

Twitter:

@SenatorRisch

Rep. Raul R. Labrador

Phone: 202-225-6611

Twitter:

@Raul_Labrador

Rep. Mike Simpson

Phone: 202-225-5531

Twitter:

@CongMikeSimpson

ILLINOIS

Sen. Richard J. Durbin

Phone: 202-224-2152

Twitter:

@SenatorDurbin

Sen. Tammy Duckworth

Phone: 202-224-2854

Twitter:

@SenDuckworth

Rep. Bobby L. Rush

Phone: 202-225-4372

Twitter:

@RepBobbyRush

Rep. Robin Kelly

Phone: 202-225-0773

Twitter:

@RepRobinKelly

Rep. Daniel Lipinski

Phone: 202-225-5701

Twitter:

@RepLipinski

Luis Gutiérrez

Phone: 202-225-8203

Twitter:

@RepGutierrez

Rep. Mike Quigley

Phone: 202-225-4061

Twitter:

@RepMikeQuigley

Rep. Peter J. Roskam

Phone: 202-225-4561

Twitter:

@PeterRoskam

Rep. Danny K. Davis

Phone: 202-225-5006

Twitter:

@RepDannyDavis

Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi

Phone: 202-225-3711

Twitter:

@CongressmanRaja

Rep. Jan Schakowsky

Phone: 202-225-2111

Twitter:

@JanSchakowsky

Rep. Brad Schneider

Phone: 202-225-4835

Twitter:

@RepSchneider

Rep. Bill Foster

Phone: 202-225-3515

Twitter:

@RepBillFoster

Rep. Mike Bost

Phone: 202-225-5661

Twitter:

@RepBost

Rep. Rodney Davis

Phone: 202-225-2371

Twitter:

@RodneyDavis

Rep. Randy Hultgren

Phone: 202-225-2976

Twitter:

@RepHultgren

Rep. John Shimkus

Phone: 202-225-5271

Twitter:

@RepShimkus

Rep. Adam Kinzinger

Phone: 202-225-3635

Twitter:

@RepKinzinger

Rep. Cheri Bustos

Phone: 202-225-5905

Twitter:

@RepCheri

Rep. Darin LaHood

Phone: 202-225-6201

Twitter:

@RepLaHood

INDIANA

Sen. Todd Young

Phone: 202-224-5623

Twitter:

@SenToddYoung

Sen. Joe Donnelly

Phone: 202-224-4814

Twitter:

@SenDonnelly

Rep. Luke Messer

Phone: 202-225-3021

Twitter:

@RepLukeMesser

Rep. Susan W. Brooks

Phone: 202-225-2276

Twitter:

@SusanWBrooks

Rep. Jackie Walorski

Phone: 202-225-3915

Twitter:

@RepWalorski

Rep. Trey Hollingsworth

Phone: 202-225-5315

Twitter:

@RepTrey

Rep. Peter Visclosky

Phone: 202-225-2461

Twitter:

@RepVisclosky

Rep. Jim Banks

Phone: 202-225-4436

Twitter:

@RepJimBanks

Rep. Todd Rokita

Phone: 202-225-5037

Twitter:

@ToddRokita

Rep. André Carson

Phone: 202-225-4011

Twitter:

@RepAndreCarson

Rep. Larry Bucshon

Phone: 202-225-4636

Twitter:

@RepLarryBucshon

IOWA

Sen. Joni Ernst

Phone: 202-224-3254

Twitter:

@SenJoniErnst

Sen. Chuck Grassley

Phone: 202-224-3744

Twitter:

@ChuckGrassley

Rep. Steve King

Phone: 202-225-4426

Twitter:

@SteveKingIA

Rep. David Young

Phone: 202-225-5476

Twitter:

@RepDavidYoung

Rep. Rod Blum

Phone: 202-225-2911

Twitter:

@RepRodBlum

Rep. David Loebsack

Phone: 202-225-6576

Twitter:

@DaveLoebsack

KANSAS

Sen. Jerry Moran

Phone: 202-224-6521

Twitter:

@JerryMoran

Sen. Pat Roberts

Phone: 202-224-4774

Twitter:

@SenPatRoberts

Rep. Ron Estes

Phone: 202-225-6216

Twitter:

@RepRonEstes

Rep. Kevin Yoder

Phone: 202-225-2865

Twitter:

@RepKevinYoder

Rep. Lynn Jenkins

Phone: 202-225-6601

Twitter:

@RepLynnJenkins

Rep. Roger Marshall

Phone: 202-225-2715

Twitter:

@RogerMarshallMD

KENTUCKY

Sen. Mitch McConnell

Phone: 202-224-2541

Twitter:

@McConnellPress

Sen. Rand Paul

Phone: 202-224-4343

Twitter:

@RandPaul

Rep. Andy Barr

Phone: 202-225-4706

Twitter:

@RepAndyBarr

Rep. Thomas Massie

Phone: 202-225-3465

Twitter:

@RepThomasMassie

Rep. John Yarmuth

Phone: 202-225-5401

Twitter:

@RepJohnYarmuth

Rep. James Comer

Phone: 202-225-3115

Twitter:

@KYComer

Rep. Harold Rogers

Phone: 202-225-4601

Twitter:

@RepHalRogers

Rep. Brett Guthrie

Phone: 202-225-3501

Twitter:

@RepGuthrie

LOUISIANA

Sen. Bill Cassidy

Phone: 202-224-5824

Twitter:

@BillCassidy

Sen. John Kennedy

Phone: 202-224-4623

Twitter:

@JohnKennedyLA

Rep. Garret Graves

Phone: 202-225-3901

Twitter:

@RepGarretGraves

Rep. Ralph Abraham

Phone: 202-225-8490

Twitter:

@RepAbraham

Rep. Steve Scalise

Phone: 202-225-3015

Twitter:

@SteveScalise

Rep. Cedric Richmond

Phone: 202-225-6636

Twitter:

@RepRichmond

Rep. Mike Johnson

Phone: 202-225-2777

Twitter:

@RepMikeJohnson

Rep. Clay Higgins

Phone: 202-225-2031

@RepClayHiggins

MAINE

Sen. Angus King

Phone: 202-224-5344

Twitter:

@SenAngusKing

Sen. Susan Collins

Phone: 202-224-2523

Twitter:

@SenatorCollins

Rep. Bruce Poliquin

Phone: 202-225-6306

Twitter:

@RepPoliquin

Rep. Chellie Pingree

Phone: 202-225-6116

Twitter:

@ChelliePingree

MARYLAND

Sen. Chris Van Hollen

Phone: 202-224-4654

Twitter:

@VanHollenForMD

Sen. Benjamin Cardin

Phone: 202-224-4524

Twitter:

@SenatorCardin

Rep. John Delaney

Phone: 202-225-2721

Twitter:

@RepJohnDelaney

Rep. Jamie Raskin

Phone: 202-225-5341

Twitter:

@Jamie_Raskin

Rep. John P. Sarbanes

Phone: 202-225-4016

Twitter:

@RepSarbanes

Rep. Andy Harris

Phone: 202-225-5311

Twitter:

@RepAndyHarrisMD

Rep. Steny Hoyer

Phone: 202-225-4131

Twitter:

@WhipHoyer

Rep. Anthony Brown

Phone: 202-225-8699

Rep. Elijah Cummings

Phone: 202-225-4741

Twitter:

@RepCummings

Rep. C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger

Phone: 202-225-3061

Twitter:

@Call_Me_Dutch

MASSACHUSETTS

Sen. Edward J. Markey

Phone: 202-224-2742

Twitter:

@SenMarkey

Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Phone: 202-224-4543

Twitter:

@SenWarren

Rep. Richard E. Neal

Phone: 202-225-5601

Twitter:

@RepRichardNeal

Rep. James McGovern

Phone: 202-225-6101

Twitter:

@RepMcGovern

Rep. Niki Tsongas

Phone: 202-225-3411

Twitter:

@NikiInTheHouse

Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III

Phone: 202-225-5931

Twitter:

@RepJoeKennedy

Rep. Katherine Clark

Phone: 202-225-2836

Twitter:

@RepKClark

Rep. Seth Moulton

Phone: 202-225-8020

Twitter:

@teammoulton

Rep. Michael E. Capuano

Phone: 202-225-5111

Twitter:

@RepMikeCapuano

Rep. Stephen F. Lynch

Phone: 202-225-8273

Twitter:

@RepStephenLynch

Rep. William Keating

Phone: 202-225-3111

Twitter:

@USRepKeating

MICHIGAN

Sen. Gary Peters

Phone: 202-224-6221

Twitter:

@SenGaryPeters

Sen. Debbie Stabenow

Phone: 202-224-4822

Twitter:

@stabenow

Rep. Brenda Lawrence

Phone: 202-225-5802

Twitter:

@RepLawrence

Rep. Debbie Dingell

Phone: 202-225-4071

Twitter:

@RepDebDingell

Rep. Dave Trott

Phone: 202-225-8171

Twitter:

@RepDaveTrott

Rep. Mike Bishop

Phone: 202-225-4872

Twitter:

@RepMikeBishop

Rep. John Moolenaar

Phone: 202-225-3561

Twitter:

@RepMoolenaar

Rep. Daniel Kildee

Phone: 202-225-3611

Twitter:

@RepDanKildee

Rep. Tim Walberg

Phone: 202-225-6276

Twitter:

@RepWalberg

Rep. Paul Mitchell

Phone: 202-225-2106

Twitter:

@RepPaulMitchell

Rep. Fred Upton

Phone: 202-225-3761

Twitter:

@RepFredUpton

Rep. Sander Levin

Phone: 202-225-4961

Twitter:

@RepSandyLevin

Rep. Bill Huizenga

cPhone: 202-225-4401

Twitter:

@RepHuizenga

Rep. Jack Bergman

Phone: 202-225-4735

Twitter:

@RepJackBergman

Rep. Justin Amash

Phone: 202-225-3831

Twitter:

@JustinAmash

MINNESOTA

Sen. Tina Smith

Phone: 202-224-5641

Twitter:

@SenTinaSmith

Sen. Amy Klobuchar

Phone: 202-224-3244

Twitter:

@amyklobuchar

Rep. Timothy J. Walz

Phone: 202-225-2472

Twitter:

@RepTimWalz

Rep. Jason Lewis

Phone: 202-225-2271

Twitter:  

@Jason2CD

Rep. Erik Paulsen

Phone: 202-225-2871

Twitter:

@RepErikPaulsen

Rep. Betty McCollum

Phone: 202-225-6631

Twitter:  

@BettyMcCollum04

Rep. Keith Ellison

Phone: 202-225-4755

Twitter:

@keithellison

Tom Emmer

Phone: 202-225-2331

Twitter:  

@RepTomEmmer

Rep. Collin C. Peterson

Phone: 202-225-2165

Rep. Rick Nolan

Phone: 202-225-6211

Twitter:  

@USRepRickNolan

MISSISSIPPI

Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith

Phone: 202-224-5054

Twitter:

@SenHydeSmith

Sen. Roger F. Wicker

Phone: 202-224-6253

Twitter:  

@SenatorWicker

Rep. Trent Kelly

Phone: 202-225-4306

Twitter:

@RepTrentKelly

Rep. Bennie G. Thompson

Phone: 202-225-5876

Twitter:  

@BennieGThompson

Rep. Gregg Harper

Phone: 202-225-5031

Twitter:  

@GreggHarper

Rep. Steven Palazzo

Phone: 202-225-5772

Twitter:  

@CongPalazzo

MISSOURI

Sen. Roy Blunt

Phone: 202-224-5721

Twitter:  

@RoyBlunt

Sen. Claire McCaskill

Phone: 202-224-6154

Twitter:  

@clairecmc

Rep. William “Lacy” Clay Jr.

Phone: 202-225-2406

Twitter:  

@LacyClayMO1

Rep. Ann Wagner

Phone: 202-225-1621

Twitter:  

@RepAnnWagner

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer

Phone: 202-225-2956

Twitter:  

@RepBlainePress

Rep. Vicky Hartzler

Phone: 202-225-2876

Twitter:  

@RepHartzler

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver

Phone: 202-225-4535

Twitter:  

@repcleaver

Rep. Sam Graves

Phone: 202-225-7041

Twitter:  

@RepSamGraves

Rep. Billy Long

Phone: 202-225-6536

Twitter:  

@USRepLong

Rep. Jason Smith

Phone: 202-225-4404

Twitter:  

@RepJasonSmith

MONTANA

Sen. Steve Daines

Phone: 202-224-2651

Twitter:  

@SteveDaines

Sen. Jon Tester

Phone: 202-224-2644

Twitter:  

@SenatorTester

Rep. Greg Gianforte

Phone: 202-225-3211

Twitter:  

@Gianforte

NEBRASKA

Sen. Deb Fischer

Phone: 202-224-6551

Twitter:  

@SenatorFischer

Sen. Ben Sasse

Phone: 202-224-4224

Twitter:  @SenSasse

Rep. Jeff Fortenberry

Phone: 202-225-4806

Twitter:  @JeffFortenberry

Rep. Don Bacon

Phone: 202-225-4155

Twitter:

@DonJBacon

Rep. Adrian Smith

Phone: 202-225-6435

Twitter:  

@RepAdrianSmith

NEVADA

Sen. Dean Heller

Phone: 202-224-6244

Twitter:

@SenDeanHeller

Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto

Phone: 202-224-3542

Twitter:

@CatherineForNV

Rep. Dina Titus

Phone: 202-225-5965

Twitter:  @

RepDinaTitus

Rep. Mark Amodei

Phone: 202-225-6155

Twitter:  

@MarkAmodeiNV2

Rep. Jacky Rosen

Phone: 202-225-3252

Twitter:

@RepJackyRosen

Rep. Ruben Kihuen

Phone: 202-225-9894

Twitter:

@RubenKihuen

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Sen. Margaret (Maggie) Hassan

Phone: 202-224-3324

Twitter:

@SenatorHassan

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen

Phone: 202-224-2841

Twitter:  

@SenatorShaheen

Rep. Carol Shea-Porter

Phone: 202-225-5456

Twitter:

@TeamSheaPorter

Rep. Ann Kuster

Phone: 202-225-5206

Twitter:  

@RepAnnieKuster

NEW JERSEY

Sen. Robert Menendez

Phone: 202-224-4744

Twitter:  

@SenatorMenendez

Sen. Cory Booker

Phone: 202-224-3224

Twitter:

@SenBooker

Rep. Donald Norcross

Phone: 202-225-6501

Twitter:

@DonaldNorcross

Rep. Frank LoBiondo

Phone: 202-225-6572

Twitter:

@RepLoBiondo

Rep. Tom MacArthur

Phone: 202-225-4765

Twitter:

@RepTomMacArthur

Rep. Chris Smith

Phone: 202-225-3765

Twitter:

@RepChrisSmith

Rep. Josh Gottheimer

Phone: 202-225-4465

Twitter:

@JoshGottheimer

Rep. Frank Pallone

Jr.

Phone: 202-225-4671

Twitter:

@FrankPallone

Rep. Leonard Lance

Phone: 202-225-5361

Twitter:

@RepLanceNJ7

Rep. Albio Sires

Phone: 202-225-7919

Twitter:

@RepSires

Rep. Bill Pascrell,

Jr.

Phone: 202-225-5751

Twitter:

@BillPascrell

Rep. Donald Payne Jr.

Phone: 202-225-3436

Twitter:

@RepDonaldPayne

Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen

Phone: 202-225-5034

Twitter:

@USRepRodney

Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman

Phone: 202-225-5801

Twitter:  @RepBonnie

NEW MEXICO

Sen. Martin Heinrich

Phone: 202-224-5521

Twitter:  @MartinHeinrich

Sen. Tom Udall

Phone: 202-224-6621

Twitter:

@SenatorTomUdall

Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham

Phone: 202-225-6316

Twitter:

@RepLujanGrisham

Rep. Steve Pearce

Phone: 202-225-2365

Twitter:

@RepStevePearce

Rep. Ben R. Lujan

Phone: 202-225-6190

Twitter:

@RepBenRayLujan

NEW YORK

Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand

Phone: 202-224-4451

Twitter:

@SenGillibrand

Sen. Charles E. Schumer

Phone: 202-224-6542

Twitter:

@SenSchumer

Rep. Lee Zeldin

Phone: 202-225-3826

Twitter:

@RepLeeZeldin

Rep. Pete King

Phone: 202-225-7896

Twitter:

@RepPeteKing

Rep. Thomas Suozzi

Phone: 202-225-3335

Twitter:

@RepTomSuozzi

Rep. Kathleen Rice

tibPhone: 202-225-5516

Twitter:

@RepKathleenRice

Rep. Gregory W. Meeks

Phone: 202-225-3461

Twitter:

@RepGregoryMeeks

Rep. Grace Meng

Phone: 202-225-2601

Twitter:

@RepGraceMeng

Rep. Nydia M. Velázquez

Phone: 202-225-2361

Twitter:

@NydiaVelazquez

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries

Phone: 202-225-5936

Twitter:

@RepJeffries

Rep. Yvette D. Clarke

Phone: 202-225-6231

Twitter:

@RepYvetteClarke

Rep. Jerrold Nadler

Phone: 202-225-5635

Twitter:

@RepJerryNadler

Rep. Daniel Donovan

Phone: 202-225-3371

Twitter:

@RepDanDonovan

Rep. Carolyn Maloney

Phone: 202-225-7944

Twitter:

@RepMaloney

Rep. Adriano Espaillat

Phone: 202-225-4365

Twitter:

@RepEspaillat

Rep. Joseph Crowley

Phone: 202-225-3965

Twitter:

@RepJoeCrowley

Rep. José E. Serrano

Phone: 202-225-4361

Twitter:

@RepJoseSerrano

Rep. Eliot Engel

Phone: 202-225-2464

Twitter:

@RepEliotEngel

Rep. Nita Lowey

Phone: 202-225-6506  

Twitter:

@NitaLowey

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney

Phone: 202-225-5441

Twitter:

@RepSeanMaloney

Rep. John Faso

Phone: 202-225-5614  

Twitter:

@RepJohnFaso

Rep. Paul D. Tonko

Phone: 202-225-5076

Twitter:

@RepPaulTonko

Rep. Elise Stefanik

Phone: 202-225-4611

Twitter:

@RepStefanik

Rep. Claudia Tenney

Phone: 202-225-3665

Twitter:

@claudiatenney

Rep. Tom Reed

Phone: 202-225-3161

Twitter:

@RepTomReed

Rep. John Katko

Phone: 202-225-3701

Twitter:

@RepJohnKatko

Rep. Brian Higgins

Phone: 202-225-3306

Twitter:

@RepBrianHiggins

Rep. Chris Collins

Phone: 202-225-5265

Twitter:

@RepChrisCollins

NORTH CAROLINA

Sen. Richard Burr

Phone: 202-224-3154

Twitter:

@SenatorBurr

Sen. Thom Tillis

Phone: 202-224-6342

Twitter:

@SenThomTillis

Rep. G.K. Butterfield

Phone: 202-225-3101

Twitter:

@GKButterfield

Rep. George Holding

Phone: 202-225-3032

Twitter:

@RepHolding

Rep. Walter B. Jones

Phone: 202-225-3415

Twitter:

@RepWalterJones

Rep. David Price

Phone: 202-225-1784

Twitter:

@RepDavidEPrice

Rep. Virginia Foxx

Phone: 202-225-2071

Twitter:

@VirginiaFoxx

Rep. Mark Walker

Phone: 202-225-3065

Twitter:

@RepMarkWalker

Rep. David Rouzer

Phone: 202-225-2731

Twitter:

@RepDavidRouzer

Rep. Richard Hudson

Phone: 202-225-3715

Twitter:

@RepRichHudson

Rep. Robert Pittenger

Phone: 202-225-1976

Twitter:

@RepPittenger

Rep. Patrick T. McHenry

Phone: 202-225-2576

Twitter:

@PatrickMcHenry

Rep. Mark Meadows

Phone: 202-225-6401

Twitter:

@RepMarkMeadows

Rep. Alma Adams

Phone: 202-225-1510

Twitter:

@RepAdams

Rep. Ted Budd

Phone: 202-225-4531

Twitter:

@buddforcongress

NORTH DAKOTA

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp

Phone: 202-224-2043

Twitter:

@SenatorHeitkamp

Sen. John Hoeven

Phone: 202-224-2551

Twitter:

@SenJohnHoeven

Rep. Kevin Cramer

Phone: 202-225-2611

Twitter:

@RepKevinCramer

OHIO

Sen. Sherrod Brown

Phone: 202-224-2315

Twitter:

@SenSherrodBrown

Sen. Rob Portman

Phone: 202-224-3353

Twitter:

@SenRobPortman

Rep. Steve Chabot

Phone: 202-225-2216

Twitter:

@RepSteveChabot

Rep. Brad Wenstrup

Phone: 202-225-3164

Twitter:

@RepBradWenstrup

Rep. Joyce Beatty

Phone: 202-225-4324

Twitter:

@RepBeatty

Rep. Jim Jordan

Phone: 202-225-2676

Twitter:

@Jim_Jordan

Rep. Robert E. Latta

Phone: 202-225-6405

Twitter:

@boblatta

Rep. Bill Johnson

Phone: 202-225-5705

Twitter:

@RepBillJohnson

Rep. Bob Gibbs

Phone: 202-225-6265

Twitter:  @RepBobGibbs

Warren Davidson

Phone: 202-225-6205

Twitter:

@WarrenDavidson

Rep. Marcy Kaptur

Phone:202-225-4146

Twitter:  

@RepMarcyKaptur

Rep. Michael Turner

Phone: 202-225-6465

Twitter:

@RepMikeTurner

Rep. Marcia L. Fudge

Phone: 202-225-7032

Twitter:

@mlfudge

Rep. Tim Ryan

Phone: 202-225-5261

Twitter:

@TimRyan

Rep. David Joyce

Phone: 202-225-5731

Twitter:  

@RepDaveJoyce

Rep. Steve Stivers

Phone: 202-225-2015

Twitter:

@RepSteveStivers

Rep. Jim Renacci

Phone: 202-225-3876

Twitter:

@RepJimRenacci

OKLAHOMA

Sen. James M. Inhofe

Phone: 202-224-4721

Twitter:

@InhofePress

Sen. James Lankford

Phone: 202-224-5754

Twitter:  

@SenatorLankford

Rep. Markwayne Mullin

Phone: 202-225-2701

Twitter:

@RepMullin

Rep. Frank Lucas

Phone: 202-225-5565

Twitter:

@RepFrankLucas

Rep. Tom Cole

Phone: 202-225-6165

Twitter:

@TomColeOK04

Rep. Steve Russell

Phone: 202-225-2132

Twitter:

@RepRussell

OREGON

Sen. Jeff Merkley

Phone: 202-224-3753

Twitter:

@SenJeffMerkley

Sen. Ron Wyden

Phone: 202-224-5244

Twitter:

@RonWyden

Rep. Suzanne Bonamici

Phone: 202-225-0855

Twitter:

@RepBonamici

Rep. Greg Walden

Phone: 202-225-6730

Twitter:

@repgregwalden

Rep. Earl Blumenauer

Phone: 202-225-4811

Twitter:

@repblumenauer

Rep. Peter DeFazio

Phone: 202-225-6416

Twitter:

@RepPeterDeFazio

Rep. Kurt Schrader

Phone: 202-225-5711

Twitter:

@RepSchrader

PENNSYLVANIA

Sen. Robert P. Casey Jr.

Phone: 202-224-6324

Twitter:

@SenBobCasey

Sen. Patrick J. Toomey

Phone: 202-224-4254

Twitter:

@SenToomey

Rep. Robert Brady

Phone: 202-225-4731

Twitter:

@RepBrady

Rep. Dwight Evans

Phone: 202-225-4001

Twitter:

@RepDwightEvans

Rep. Mike Kelly

Phone: 202-225-5406

Twitter:

@MikeKellyPA

Rep. Conor Lamb

Phone: 202-225-2301

Twitter:

@ConorLambPA

Rep. Scott Perry

Phone: 202-225-5836

Twitter:

@RepScottPerry

Rep. Glenn W. Thompson

Phone: 202-225-5121

Twitter:

@CongressmanGT

Rep. Ryan Costello

Phone: 202-225-4315

Twitter:

@RepRyanCostello

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick

Phone: 202-225-4276

Twitter:

@BrianFitzUSA

Rep. Bill Shuster

Phone: 202-225-2431

Twitter:

@RepBillShuster

Rep. Tom Marino

Phone: 202-225-3731

Twitter:

@RepTomMarino

Rep. Lou Barletta

Phone: 202-225-6511

Twitter:

@RepLouBarletta

Rep. Keith Rothfus

Phone: 202-225-2065

Twitter:

@KeithRothfus

Rep. Brendan Boyle

Phone: 202-225-6111

Twitter:

@RepBrendanBoyle

Rep. Mike Doyle

Phone: 202-225-2135

Twitter:

@USRepMikeDoyle

Rep. Lloyd Smucker

Phone: 202-225-2411

Twitter:

@RepSmucker

Rep. Matthew Cartwright

Phone: 202-225-5546

Twitter:

@RepCartwright

RHODE ISLAND

Sen. Jack Reed

Phone: 202-224-4642

Twitter:

@SenJackReed

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse

Phone: 202-224-2921

Twitter:

@SenWhitehouse

Rep. David Cicilline

Phone: 202-225-4911

Twitter:

RepCicilline

Rep. Jim Langevin

Phone: 202-225-2735

Twitter:

@JimLangevin

SOUTH CAROLINA

Sen. Lindsey Graham

Phone: 202-224-5972

Twitter:  

@LindseyGrahamSC

Sen. Tim Scott

Phone: 202-224-6121

Twitter:

@SenatorTimScott

Rep. Mark Sanford

Phone: 202-225-3176

Twitter:

@RepSanfordSC

Rep. Joe Wilson

Phone: 202-225-2452

Twitter:

@RepJoeWilson

Rep. Jeff Duncan

Phone: 202-225-5301

Twitter:

@RepJeffDuncan

Rep. Trey Gowdy

Phone: 202-225-6030

Twitter:

@TGowdySC

Rep. Ralph Norman

Phone: 202-225-5501

Twitter:

@RepRalphNorman

Rep. James E. Clyburn

Phone: 202-225-3315

Twitter:

@Clyburn

Rep. Tom Rice

Phone: 202-225-9895

Twitter:

@RepTomRice

SOUTH DAKOTA

Sen. Mike Rounds

Phone: 202-224-5842

Twitter:

@SenatorRounds

Sen. John Thune

Phone: 202-224-2321

Twitter:

@SenJohnThune

Rep. Kristi Noem

Phone: 202-225-2801

Twitter:

@RepKristiNoem

TENNESSEE

Sen. Lamar Alexander

Phone: 202-224-4944

Twitter:  

@SenAlexander

Sen. Bob Corker

Phone: 202-224-3344

Twitter:

@SenBobCorker

Rep. Phil Roe

Phone: 202-225-6356

Twitter:

@DrPhilRoe

Rep. John J. Duncan Jr.

Phone: 202-225-5435

Twitter:

@RepJohnDuncanJr

Rep. Chuck Fleischmann

Phone: 202-225-3271

Twitter:

@RepChuck

Rep. Scott DesJarlais

Phone: 202-225-6831

Twitter:

@DesJarlaisTN04

Rep. Jim Cooper

Phone: 202-225-4311

Twitter:

@RepJimCooper

Rep. Marsha Blackburn

Phone: 202-225-2811

Twitter:

@MarshaBlackburn

Rep. Steve Cohen

Phone: 202-225-3265

Twitter:

@RepCohen

Rep. Diane Black

Phone: 202-225-4231

Twitter:

@RepDianeBlack

Rep. David Kustoff

Phone: 202-225-4714

Twitter:

@DavidKustoff

TEXAS

Sen. John Cornyn

Phone: 202-224-2934

Twitter:

@JohnCornyn

Sen. Ted Cruz

Phone: 202-224-5922

Twitter:

@SenTedCruz

Rep. Louie Gohmert

Phone: 202-225-3035

Twitter:

@replouiegohmert

Rep. Ted Poe

Phone: 202-225-6565

Twitter:

@JudgeTedPoe

Rep. Sam Johnson

Phone: 202-225-4201

Twitter:

@SamsPressShop

Rep. John Ratcliffe

Phone: 202-225-6673

Twitter:

@RepRatcliffe

Rep. Jeb Hensarling

Phone: 202-225-3484

Twitter:

@RepHensarling

Rep. Joe Barton

Phone: 202-225-2002

Twitter:

@RepJoeBarton

Rep. John Culberson

Phone: 202-225-2571

Twitter:

@johnculberson

Rep. Kevin Brady

Phone: 202-225-4901

Twitter:

@RepKevinBrady

Rep. Al Green

Phone: 202-225-7508

Twitter:

@RepAlGreen

Rep. Michael T. McCaul

Phone: 202-225-2401

Twitter:

@RepMcCaul

Rep. K. Michael Conaway

Phone: 202-225-3605

Twitter:

@ConawayTX11

Rep. Kay Granger

Phone: 202-225-5071

Twitter:

@RepKayGranger

Rep. Mac Thornberry

Phone: 202-225-3706

Twitter:

@MacTXPress

Rep. Randy Weber

Phone: 202-225-2831

Twitter:

@TXRandy14

Rep. Vicente Gonzalez

Phone: 202-225-2531

Twitter:

@VoteVicente

Rep. Beto O’Rourke

Phone: 202-225-4831

Twitter:

@RepBetoORourke

Rep. Bill Flores

Phone: 202-225-6105

Twitter:

@RepBillFlores

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee

Phone: 202-225-3816

Twitter:

@JacksonLeeTX18

Rep. Jodey Arrington

Phone: 202-225-4005

Twitter:

@RepArrington

Rep. Joaquin Castro

Phone: 202-225-3236

Twitter:

@JoaquinCastrotx

Rep. Lamar Smith

Phone: 202-225-4236

Twitter:

@LamarSmithTX21

Rep. Pete Olson

Phone: 202-225-5951

Twitter:

@RepPeteOlson

Rep. Will Hurd

Phone: 202-225-4511

Twitter:

@HurdOnTheHill

Rep. Kenny Marchant

Phone: 202-225-6605

Twitter:

@RepKenMarchant

Rep. Roger Williams

Phone: 202-225-9896

Twitter:

@RepRWilliams

Rep. Michael Burgess

Phone: 202-225-7772

Twitter:

@michaelcburgess

Rep. Henry Cuellar

Phone: 202-225-1640

Twitter:

@RepCuellar

Rep. Gene Green

Phone: 202-225-1688

Twitter:

@RepGeneGreen

Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson

Phone: 202-225-8885

Twitter:

@RepEBJ

Rep. John Carter

Phone: 202-225-3864

Twitter:

@JudgeCarter

Rep. Pete Sessions

Phone: 202-225-2231

Twitter:

@PeteSessions

Rep. Marc Veasey

Phone: 202-225-9897

Twitter:

@RepVeasey

Rep. Filemon Vela

Phone: 202-225-9901

Twitter:

@RepFilemonVela

Rep. Lloyd Doggett

Phone: 202-225-4865

Twitter:

@RepLloydDoggett

Rep. Brian Babin

Phone: 202-225-1555

Twitter:

@RepBrianBabin

UTAH

Sen. Orrin G. Hatch

Phone: 202-224-5251

Twitter:

@SenOrrinHatch

Sen. Mike Lee

Phone: 202-224-5444

Twitter:

@SenMikeLee

Rep. Rob Bishop

Phone: 202-225-0453

Twitter:

@RepRobBishop

Rep. John R. Curtis

Phone: 202-225-7751

Twitter:

@RepJohnCurtis

Rep. Chris Stewart

Phone: 202-225-9730

Twitter:

@RepChrisStewart

Rep. Mia Love

Phone: 202-225-3011

Twitter:

@RepMiaLove

VERMONT

Sen. Patrick J. Leahy

Phone: 202-224-4242

Twitter:

@SenatorLeahy

Sen. Bernard Sanders

Phone: 202-224-5141

Twitter:

@SenSanders

Rep. Peter Welch

Phone: 202-225-4115

Twitter:

@PeterWelch

VIRGINIA

Sen. Tim Kaine

Phone: 202-224-4024

Twitter:

@timkaine

Sen. Mark R. Warner

Phone: 202-224-2023

Twitter:

@MarkWarner

Rep. Robert J. Wittman

Phone: 202-225-4261

Twitter:

@RobWittman

Rep. Scott Taylor

Phone: 202-225-4215

Twitter:

@scotttaylorva

Rep. Robert C. Scott

Phone: 202-225-8351

Twitter:

@BobbyScott

Rep. Donald A. McEachin

Phone: 202-225-6365

Twitter:

@RepMcEachin

Rep. Thomas Garrett

Phone: 202-225-4711

Twitter:

@RepTomGarrett

Rep. Bob Goodlatte

Phone: 202-225-5431

Twitter:

@RepGoodlatte

Rep. Dave Brat

Phone: 202-225-2815

Twitter:

@RepDaveBrat

Rep. Don Beyer

Phone: 202-225-4376

Twitter:

@RepDonBeyer

Rep. Morgan Griffith

Phone: 202-225-3861

Twitter:

@RepMGriffith

Rep. Barbara Comstock

Phone: 202-225-5136

Twitter:

@RepComstock

Rep. Gerald E. “Gerry” Connolly

Phone: 202-225-1492

Twitter:

@GerryConnolly

WASHINGTON

Sen. Maria Cantwell

Phone: 202-224-3441

Twitter:

@SenatorCantwell

Sen. Patty Murray

Phone: 202-224-2621

Twitter:

@PattyMurray

Rep. Suzan DelBene

Phone: 202-225-6311

Twitter:

@RepDelBene

Rep. Rick Larsen

Phone: 202-225-2605

Twitter:

@RepRickLarsen

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler

Phone: 202-225-3536

Twitter:

@HerreraBeutler

Rep. Dan Newhouse

Phone: 202-225-5816

Twitter:

@RepNewhouse

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Phone: 202-225-2006

Twitter:

@cathymcmorris

Rep. Derek Kilmer

Phone: 202-225-5916

Twitter:

@RepDerekKilmer

Rep. Pramila Jayapal

Phone: 202-225-3106

Twitter:

@pramilajayapal

Rep. David G. Reichert

Phone: 202-225-7761

Twitter:

@davereichert

Rep. Adam Smith

Phone: 202-225-8901

Twitter:

@RepAdamSmith

Rep. Denny Heck

Phone: 202-225-9740

Twitter:

@RepDennyHeck

WEST VIRGINIA

Sen. Shelley Moore Capito

Phone: 202-224-6472

Twitter:

@SenCapito

Sen. Joe Manchin III

Phone: 202-224-3954

Twitter:

@Sen_JoeManchin

Rep. David McKinley

Phone: 202-225-4172

Twitter:

@RepMcKinley

Rep. Alex Mooney

Phone: 202-225-2711

Twitter:

@RepAlexMooney

Rep. Evan Jenkins

Phone: 202-225-3452

Twitter:

@RepEvanJenkins

WISCONSIN

Sen. Tammy Baldwin

Phone: 202-224-5653

Twitter:

@SenatorBaldwin

Sen. Ron Johnson

Phone: 202-224-5323

Twitter:

@SenRonJohnson

Rep. Paul D. Ryan

Phone: 202-225-3031

Twitter:

@SpeakerRyan

Rep. Mark Pocan

Phone: 202-225-2906

Twitter:

@repmarkpocan

Rep. Ron Kind

Phone: 202-225-5506

Twitter:

@RepRonKind

Rep. Gwen Moore

Phone: 202-225-4572

Twitter:

@RepGwenMoore

Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner

Phone: 202-225-5101

Twitter:

@JimPressOffice

Rep. Glenn Grothman

Phone: 202-225-2476

Twitter:

@RepGrothman

Rep. Sean P. Duffy

Phone: 202-225-3365

Twitter:

@RepSeanDuffy

Rep. Mike Gallagher

Phone: 202-225-5665

Twitter:

@RepGallagher

WYOMING

Sen. John Barrasso

Phone: 202-224-6441

Twitter:

@SenJohnBarrasso

Sen. Michael B. Enzi

Phone: 202-224-3424

Twitter:

@SenatorEnzi

Rep. Liz Cheney

Phone: 202-225-2311

Twitter:

@Rep_LizCheney


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Stephen Colbert Takes Down Trump Over Damage Done To America And Hobbits

Just like in “The Hobbit” when Bilbo Baggins returned from his adventures and found his relatives auctioning his possessions, Stephen Colbert was equally surprised at what he found in his first show since the Trump administration.

“You ever regret going on vacation?” said Colbert.

In a lengthy takedown, Colbert assessed all the damage caused by Donald Trump in his first week in office.

“You gotta give the guy credit. He can really get a lot of stuff undone. From Obamacare to climate change to torture, he’s already moved the country back to 2004. If this keeps up, pretty soon I’m gonna launch ‘The Colbert Report,’” said “The Late Show” host.

Colbert also took on the Trump’s executive order severely restricting entry into the U.S. for refugees and travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries, which has led to numerous outrageous incidents, including a 5-year-old Iranian boy being detained and kept from his mother for hours.

“Or as Kellyanne Conway calls it, ‘alternative daycare,’” said Colbert. 

The final straw happened when Colbert addressed comments from Steve Bannon, who was placed on the National Security Council.

Bannon described Trump voters as “the working-class hobbits,” and that didn’t sit right with Colbert.

“Hey, now you’ve gone too far. You might be the dark media genius behind the biggest electoral upset in American history, you might be playing footsie with Neo-Nazis, but now we’re talking Tolkien. That’s a subject that I happen to know a little bit about,” said Colbert.

The “Late Show” host proceeded to explain that “there is no working class” in Hobbiton.

“It’s an agrarian society,” he said before explaining that the only working-class citizen in Hobbiton was actually the bad guy, Ted Sandyman.

“When it comes to hobbits, maybe you should shut your mouth and listen for a while,” said Colbert.

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Juliette Is Done Playing Nice With Layla In Exclusive ‘Nashville’ Clip

Warning: Mild spoilers ahead for Season 4, Episode 18 of “Nashville,” “The Trouble with the Truth.”

Just a heads up: never cross Juliette Barnes. 

From the moment young upstart Layla Grant appeared on ABC’s “Nashville,” she’s been gunning for Juliette’s fame, talent, and now her estranged husband, Avery. As Juliette has fallen on hard times (cheating on Avery, entering rehab, accidentally killing Jeff, etc.), Layla’s star has only risen, making her a major threat to the once untouchable country singer.

In this exclusive clip, Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) confides in longtime assistant Emily (Kourtney Hansen) about wanting to get Avery (Jonathan Jackson) back, until it becomes clear that Layla (Aubrey Peeples) is standing in her way. 

Well, it sounds like Juliette isn’t going to let her career or man go without a fight. 

“Nashville” airs Wednesdays on ABC at 10 p.m. ET. 

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Mila Kunis Is Done Trying To Be Perfect In ‘Bad Moms’ Trailer

From the writers of “The Hangover” comes “Bad Moms,” a comedy starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn as three women who are done trying to be the mythical “perfect mom.”

Fed up with the stresses of attempting to juggle careers, the PTA, soccer practice and ensuring their children live “amazing and magical lives,” the ladies toast to being “bad moms” and — you guessed it — hilarity ensues.

According the film’s synopsis, the three moms join forces “on a quest to liberate themselves from conventional responsibilities — going on a wild, un-mom-like binge of long overdue freedom, fun and self-indulgence — putting them on a collision course with PTA Queen Bee Gwendolyn and her clique of devoted perfect moms.”

The store-bought donut holes Kunis’ character provides for the school bake sale seem to be a point of contention with Christina Applegate, who has been cast as the tightly wound villain in the film.

“Bad Moms” hits theaters July 29. 

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Diane von Furstenberg and Joel Horowitz: Job Done

JOB DONE: Following a report in WWD Friday that Joel Horowitz had exited Diane von Furstenberg as co-chairman, von Furstenberg and Horowitz said in a joint statement that, “We joined forces in 2012 to strengthen the DVF infrastructure and find the perfect CEO. In April, we accomplished that by bringing Paolo Riva on board. We are proud of the strides we have made and look forward to seeing the company continue to thrive upon the foundation we have built.”
It was unclear when Horowitz exited DVF, although sources said it was May or June. At the time he joined the company, he said he was looking forward to “working with the management team to further grow the business.” Given his experience taking Tommy Hilfiger Inc. public, and proven ability to lead a public firm, there has been much speculation that the ultimate prize for DVF was an initial public offering.
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A Woman’s Work Is Never Done

It’s no secret that many women are smarter than men. Why? As a rule, women are not just naturally intuitive, but constantly challenged to solve problems relating to home, family, and career while men often have the luxury of delegating or ignoring such responsibilities. During an interview at the University of Colorado in Boulder, the most honorable Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg noted that:

I’m sometimes asked when will there be enough [women on the Supreme Court]? And I say ‘When there are nine.’ People are shocked. But there’ve been nine men, and nobody’s ever raised a question about that.

It’s easy to see why men would be shocked by Ginsburg’s reply. All one has to do is consider their behavior, as evidenced in these clips from 1957’s The Music Man and 1970’s Company.

Obviously, women see things differently (as evidenced in these two numbers from 1950’s Guys and Dolls and 1964’s Hello, Dolly!).

The battle of the sexes may be as old as time. But men often approach the battlefield armed with belligerence, brawn and bravado while women manage to bewitch, bother, and bewilder them with a potent combination of brains and beauty. In many historical periods men have automatically assumed power while women had to use whatever knowledge was available to gain and assert their power.

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A newly restored print of a 1920 comedy directed by Robert Thornby turned out to be one of the more delightful surprises at the 2015 San Francisco Silent Film Festival. Wikipedia offers the following summary of the plot of The Deadlier Sex:

Based upon a review in a film publication, Mary Willard (Blanche Sweet), who has taken control of her father’s interests after his death, has become so exasperated at the unscrupulous business practices of Harvey Judson (Mahlon Hamilton) that she has him kidnapped to teach him a lesson and protect her shareholders against him.

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Blanche Sweet as Mary Willard in The Deadlier Sex


When Harvey wakes up in the forest, he initially believes that robbery was the motive until he discovers that no money was taken. He tries to bribe his guide to take him to the nearest settlement but to no avail, and, after two fist fights with a Frenchman (Boris Karloff) who is also in love with Mary, eventually comes up with a scheme which leads to his discovery by his friends.

When Harvey finds that Mary was the cause of this, they argue and he accuses her of trying to ruin him. While on the way to the nearest train station they have an automobile crash that nearly kills them. At the station, after they are told that the government has seized their property, Mary and Harvey decide to work together in the future.

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Blanche Sweet as Mary Willard in The Deadlier Sex

After appearing on stages since she was four years old (Sweet started her career touring with Maurice Barrymore in The Battle of the Strong), the teenaged actress starred in D.W. Griffith’s 1914 film, Judith of Bethulia. Although set to appear in 1915’s The Birth of A Nation, she was replaced by Lillian Gish.

Shot on location in and around Truckee, California, Sweet later referred to The Deadlier Sex as one of the films “I knew I shouldn’t do.” Her characterization of Mary Willard as a sly, intelligent, resourceful, and cunning young businesswoman was a far cry from the stereotypical damsel in distress that was a staple of so many silent films.

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Blanche Sweet as Mary Willard in The Deadlier Sex

In addition to the young Boris Karloff’s portrayal of a macho trapper, The Deadlier Sex featured strong performances by Winter Hall as Mary’s father, Roy Laidlaw as Huntley Green, and Russell Simpson as Jim Willis. With live accompaniment by Guenter Buchwald, the film had a certain rustic charm.

Although Sweet was a major star in silent films (who even managed a brief transition to talkies), few of her films are available today. In 1930’s Show Girl in Hollywood, she introduced the song “There’s a Tear for Every Smile in Hollywood,” whose lyrics read as follows:


You’re like a million others
Who seek the road to fame
But soon you’ll realize
It’s not an easy climb.
You’ll find like all the others
Whose dreams are just the same
The road is not as rosy
As Sunday papers claim.

There’s a tear for every smile in Hollywood
Every mile’s a weary mile in Hollywood
A million dreams are born with each day
A million dreams keep fading away
Like the spider and the fly is Hollywood
Where a broken-hearted sigh is understood
Though fortune seems to beckon to some
There’s a tear for every smile in Hollywood.

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While women may have felt oppressed for much of the 19th and 20th centuries, at least they didn’t have to fear a legal (and loathsome) form of rape known as the droit du seigneur. A purportedly popular practice in late Medieval Europe, droit du seigneur gave a feudal lord the right to take the virginity of his serfs’ daughters.

That practice is a pivotal plot point in 1778’s The Marriage of Figaro (a play by Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais that was adapted into a four-act opera buffa by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1786). Not only must Susanna find a way to keep the Count Almaviva’s hands off her as she prepares to wed the Count’s servant, Figaro, she must also find a way to help her mistress (the Countess Almaviva) save her marriage from the embarrassment of the Count’s constant philandering.

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Luca Pisaroni as the lecherous Count Almaviva
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Add to the mix a horny page, a curious birthmark, a drunken gardener, a lusty old spinster who claims to have won the right to marry Figaro if he defaults on a loan, as well as a bitter old man who craves revenge for the way Figaro stole Rosina from under his roof (thus enabling her to marry the Count Almaviva) and you’ve got lots of mischief involving mistaken identities framed by a magical musical score.

As part of its 2015 summer season, the San Francisco Opera revived its 33-year-old production of Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, populating the cast with five former Adler Fellows (including conductor Patrick Summers), one current Adler Fellow (Maria Valdes as Barbarina), and a veteran of the Merola Opera Program who has performed with the company for more than four decades (John del Carlo).

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Figaro (Philippe Sly) and Susanna (Lisette Oropesa) in
Act I of Le Nozze di Figaro (Photo by: Cory Weaver)

The casting paid off in spades. Philippe Sly’s sonorous Figaro was far more athletic (and almost balletic) than what one usually encounters; as Susanna, Lisette Oropesa glowed with the charm and sparkle of a young woman in love (and sang rapturously as well). Luca Pisaroni’s Count Almaviva was a special delight, nicely balanced by Nadine Sierra’s portrayal of his Countess.

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Former Adler Fellow Nadine Sierra as the Countess Almaviva
in Le Nozze di Figaro (Photo by: Cory Weaver)

In comedic supporting roles, John Del Carlo scored strongly as Bartolo with Catherine Cook as a robust Marcellina. Greg Fedderly was a delightfully meddlesome Basilio while John Easterlin added to the fun as Don Curzio. Bojan Knezevi was a noticeably besotted Antonio.

At the performance I attended Angela Brower easily won over the audience as Cherubino. But what made the evening especially satisfying for me was the savvy stage direction by Robin Guarino, who added telling bits of body language for Figaro, Susanna, and Cherubino.

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Susanna (Lisette Oropesa) and Figaro (Philippe Sly) make up
in Act IV of Le Nozze di Figaro = (Photo by: Cory Weaver)

Looking back over the years, I recall that my first exposure to Le Nozze di Figaro took place sometime in the mid 1960s at the New York City Opera. That was nearly 15 years before surtitles began being projected above the proscenium in opera houses. Even when sung in English, I found it difficult to follow the plot.

These days, surtitles make it much easier for audiences to follow the text and understand the set-up for various sight gags. During one intermission, the house curtain was raised so that the audience could watch the stage crew change the scenery while a member of the company’s staff took live questions from a dedicated Twitter feed. Additional educational tools (like the following video) undoubtedly help those who are experiencing Mozart’s opera for the very first time.

Not only does today’s technology allow audiences to follow the story with surtitles, it also makes it possible for the San Francisco Opera to simulcast a live performance from the War Memorial Opera House to a packed baseball stadium across town at AT&T Park.

I was especially lucky at the performance I attended to be seated down front in the orchestra, where it was much easier to watch how certain artists (especially Luca Pisaroni) crafted their phrasing during arias and worked as part of an ensemble when required to do so by the dramatic shenanigans concocted by Beaumarchais. In an entertainment world that frequently bludgeons audiences into submission with overamplification, it’s a visceral joy to be able to hear an artist’s natural voice and experience a wide range of musical nuances.

Special credit goes to Maestro Patrick Summers, who led a beautiful performance of Mozart’s opera. The following clip offer some highlights from the San Francisco Opera’s production:

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Dad Helps Distressed Flower Girl Get The Job Done

 

Dad to the rescue!

In a YouTube video recently posted by America’s Funniest Home Videos, a flower girl has a full-on meltdown during a wedding ceremony, which renders her unable to perform her petal-throwing duties. 

Fortunately, dad was there to finish the job. Watch the hilariously sweet moment above. 

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Dad to the rescue!

In a YouTube video recently posted by America’s Funniest Home Videos, a flower girl has a full-on meltdown during a wedding ceremony, which renders her unable to perform her petal-throwing duties. 

Fortunately, dad was there to finish the job. Watch the hilariously sweet moment above. 

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What Wedding Experts Would Have Done Differently For Their Own Big Days

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Every bride worries she’ll regret some wedding decisions — and it turns out, even the pros look back on their big days with some regrets. So we asked four wedding planners to share what they’d change about their weddings so that you won’t make the same mistakes!

“I wish we’d splurged on a really kick-ass photographer.”
Janice Carnevale, owner of Bellwether Events, tied the knot on April 1 and embraced the quirky date with her own inventive touches — red and lime-colored linens, argyle-patterned invitations, and a cake iced in chocolate frosting. And while she doesn’t regret her eclectic choices, she does wish she’d spent more on a photographer “and paid for an album up front,” she advises.

“I wish that I had not been chewing gum for the reception.”
Michele Velazquez, co-owner of pop-up wedding planning company The Wedding Bomb, wed in a chic off-white and purple affair in Los Angeles, where a highlight was “these amazing artichoke appetizers filled with garlic,” she says, “so I put gum in my mouth to have fresh breath. But in our wedding video, you can see me chomping away — and I shriek every time I see it!” Velazquez now warns brides to find ways other than chewing gum to freshen breath.

“We didn’t hire a videographer, and I still regret it to this day.”
Courtney Wolf, wedding planner and marketing director of Invision Events, says her blush-hued, formal wedding “was the absolute most amazing day of my life.” But because she and her then-fiancé bore the brunt of the bill for their big day, they made cuts when they questioned whether something was “worth it” — including a videographer. “While our photographer blew us away with the effortless and perfect capture of our day, there is nothing that can compare to hearing our vows or me giggle while I’m getting ready or my husband’s emotion as the church doors open and he sees me as his bride, all in real time,” she says. “I do wish I had that piece of the puzzle, even three years later.”

“I would not have had sparklers!”
Victoria Canada, owner of Victoria Canada Weddings and Events, held a festive affair that featured a Mariachi band and margaritas. The party was so much fun, she recalls, she didn’t want to leave. “I would have kept the bar open and kept dancing,” she says, “but we had sparklers — and our guests had them lit and we pretty much had to run! Now, I actually discourage brides from them.” One thing she doesn’t regret? Saying “no” to an open bar. “Our goal was to have a great honeymoon, and that meant having to make some concessions,” she explains. “So, we did not have an open bar — we had beer, wine and margaritas. I think an extra week on the Mediterranean was worth my friends not having a vodka tonic!”

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In ‘Cloud Nine,’ Artist Kate Durbin Asks Women ‘What Have You Done For Money?’

Head over to the website for Los Angeles-based artist Kate Durbin’s newest project, “Cloud Nine,” and you’ll be greeted by a few lustful mouths lined with dollar bills, flirtatiously positioned above a rather intrusive question: “What have you done for money?”

The question is aimed at female-identifying artists, all of whom are encouraged to submit their “confessions” anonymously to a designated email address. There, Durbin gives no hints as to what she’ll do with said confessions, so The Huffington Post reached out to the artist to figure out exactly why she’s soliciting women online, under the guise of a common cam girl name — cloud9.

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“The connection with the cam girl has to do with the fact that many artists I know do sex work in order to have enough time and money to be artists,” Durbin explained. In an earlier interview with the pop culture blog Konbini, Durbin said that the responses she’s received already have indeed ranged from sex work and sugar daddies to babysitting, PR jobs and parental and governmental assistance. She’s heard about jobs from stints as assistants to pizza delivery, even reality television.

By prying into the lives of female artists, Durbin wants to highlight the difficulties creatives face — particularly women — in securing funds for their work, whether it’s compensation for pieces made or financial support to travel and show their work. The fact that women artists earn less money than men is hardly a secret; for example, in 2012 alone, every artist in the top 100 auction sales was a man. Durbin digs deeper than that, though, confronting the fact that women outnumber men in art school (according to Gallery Tally expert Micol Hebron, women constitute between 65 and 75 percent of students in MFA programs), only to enter a world in which men make up 70 percent of gallery-represented artists.

Below, find out what Durbin had to say about art-school debt, her own financial history and exactly what she’s doing with her collection of anonymous stories.

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What was the inspiration for Cloud Nine?

I started noticing how often my artist girlfriends’ conversations revolved around money and not what was inspiring us to make art.

I noticed how often they Skyped into conferences, because they had no institution or funding source to support their attendance. I noticed how often they didn’t write because they had to work an 8-4 job just to pay rent and then work some more to pay off their student-loan debts. I noticed how often they defaulted on their loans because they didn’t have money to pay them. I noticed how many of them had sugar daddies and felt like they had to hide it. I noticed how many of them had trust funds and felt like they had to hide it. I noticed all the adjuncts who were teaching six classes at three different schools and not making enough to live, and also not making art. I noticed all the paintings being flipped and selling for bank, and then I noticed my friends who were on food stamps and who couldn’t afford dental work.

I started to notice everything in the world around me that had to do with art and money, and I paid attention to it, instead of ignoring it — instead of believing in the fantasy that these were all “individual failings,” that none of these people were “good enough” artists to make it. This is how “Cloud Nine” came to be.

How many stories have you gathered so far, and how did you go about reaching out to women?

I have 50-plus stories so far, and hope to gather more. The call is viral on Facebook, and Konbini’s article helped. I’ve reached out to female-identifying artists who I know personally, and have asked them to share their stories and to spread the call. I’m specifically reaching into as many communities as I can, of varying socio-economic backgrounds. The project is DIY. I don’t have a team reaching out for me. I’m doing this while simultaneously working other jobs.

What form will “Cloud Nine” take once you’ve compiled the stories?

I will be performing the piece live online via video stream on New Hive and also on one of the world’s biggest sex camming sites simultaneously. I don’t want to give the performance away, but I will be playing with the idea of “confession,” performing as a cam girl/artist. The stories will be woven into the performance.

You mentioned to Konbini that talk of how artists make money was never discussed in school. Ideally, what would these discussions look like to you? Would you have benefited from a class geared toward the economics of being an artist?

The short answer is yes, but I think we have larger systemic problems that won’t be alleviated by a class on the economics of being an artist (although that should just be mandatory within our current system). It should also be noted that not all artists create the type of work that can be bought and sold for money (take poets, for example), or want to work within the gallery system.

MFA programs themselves perpetuate debt, as well as credentialism: two economic disadvantages to artists. Yes, some programs pay full tuition, and those are the ones people should be attending. The fact that it’s sort of a given for artists to get MFAs — and, increasingly, PhDs — is a sign of the bureaucratization of our era. And of course, many people get MFAs in order to go on to teach, yet most teaching work is now adjunct labor. Adjuncts are not paid a living wage and not given any job security. The majority of adjuncts are women. Can you see how the odds are stacking higher and higher against female-identifying artists (and, let’s not forget, artists of color, queer artists, trans artists)? Can you see how increasingly it is only artists who had money to begin with who can succeed in such a system?

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People have long said that artists should “know what they are getting into” when they become artists and suffer. Now people are starting to say that to college teachers. It’s a way to shame people from speaking out against systemic abuse — and neglect is a form of abuse. We exist currently in a system that does not support human beings with basic resources to use their gifts in this world. We exist within a system where art is not valued, which makes sense, because human beings are not valued in this system either. But is this the world we want? If not, we need to overcome our shame and fear and speak out about the realities of our lives as artists.

That is the first step. Then, to dream of something better. Yoko Ono says, “A dream you dream alone is just a dream, but a dream we dream together is reality.” I personally would love to see something like universal basic income put into place as a step toward alleviating this problem. It also serves to alleviate the increasing income equality and unemployment that is resulting as technology and robots take over human jobs over the next few decades. So this is not just about artists — artists here are the canaries in a coal mine, in a sense. Yet of course it would be beautiful to live in a world filled with art, instead of people producing things or doing jobs they don’t care about just to eat and die.

Obvious question: what have you done for money?

What haven’t I done?

I plan to share my full job history during the performance, but I will give you a partial rundown now of some of the jobs I’ve had. I started working when I was 12, running my own babysitting business in two neighborhoods. I worked almost every day — my parents homeschooled me, and as a result I could work all the time. Through high school I worked in fast food, at Krispy Kreme, and in college at a Jamba Juice knock-off shop and then at a mom-and-pop health food store. After college I worked a series of miserable administrative jobs, from data entry to [being an] administrative assistant to writing the intros for religious radio shows.

For the past seven years, since I got out of grad school, I have worked as an adjunct professor both in person and online. I often worked more than full time but did not have health insurance or a living wage. Next year will be the first year I have a full-time teaching job. I love teaching, but it is very hard to make a living teaching college.

There is more to my economic history that is difficult for me to talk about, all of which I will confess during the performance.

Do you have anything else you want to add to people who either want to take part in the project or see it when it’s completed?

I would love to hear your stories if you want to share them with me. All of your identifying information will be removed, so it’s totally anonymous. Please send your story to cloudnineconfess@gmail.com.

Tune in to the “Cloud Nine” performance on May 28 on New Hive at 7 p.m. PST/10 p.m. EST. Images by Tien Tienngern.

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“I know I need to do X, but I just can’t seem to get myself to do it.”

This was a comment that a business coaching client shared with me a short while ago.

It’s a common problem, one that over half the business owners I know struggle with from time to time – the inability to get started on their top value to do’s.

Top Three Causes of Procrastination

First on the list is fear. Sometimes we feel like the task is so big, or we don’t know where to begin, or we’re intimidated to even try.

Second is habit. We’ve gotten into a rut and our routine is holding us back from growing our company.

Third is perfectionism. We want to do it right; in fact we want to do it perfectly right. So we wait to get started until all the stars are aligned and we can do it just right. As if this perfect moment ever is going to come along!

Solutions to Get Yourself Started

Here are 11 ways to blow through procrastination and get yourself into productive action.

1. Get yourself to show up and just get started.

Once upon a time I was a serious athlete training to play in the Olympics. When I wasn’t living at the Olympic Training Center I knew that I needed to keep up my scheduled workouts. But some days I just didn’t feel like it. I learned that one way to “trick” myself into gear was to just show up at the gym or track and get started with the workout. Before I knew it I got into the action and ended up having a great session.

The same tactic can work for you. Get yourself to just start, knowing that you can quit a few minutes into it. Chances are if you just get started you’ll soon get engaged in the moment and continue, getting some real, high value work done.

2. Go through the motions. This is a version of tactic one. The key is if you get yourself started on a path inertia will likely keep you going. In science they call this “overcoming the coefficient of static friction”. Remember, once you’re in motion it is much easier to keep yourself going than from a static stop.

3. Do it imperfectly. If you’re a perfectionist, plan on doing the first version of whatever you’re working on imperfectly. In fact, I tell my business coaching clients to call it a “draft” or a “beta version.” This gives them subtle permission to do it imperfectly.

4. Do it now! Do it now! Do it now!

5. Get a “gym buddy” or an “accountability partner”. When we know we need to update an outside person often that is the push we need to get it done.

6. Use your mastermind group and make a realistic commitment. A mastermind group is a group of other business owners who you intentionally team up with to support each other in growing your respective companies. They can be a great form of outside accountability to spur you into action.

7. Set a cool reward. Maybe it’s a day at the beach, or a night out with your spouse at a great restaurant, or that new gadget you’ve been wanting. Sometimes a simple bribe that you give yourself after you’ve done the key project is an effective spark.

8. Make it a game. Often I’ll set a countdown timer, turn up cool music in my office, and race to get the daunting task done (or to see how much of it I can get done) before the time goes off. This works especially well for any of you who are hyper-competitive.

9. Chunk up or chunk down. If the task seems too big, then break it into a smaller piece and get started with that chunk. If the project seems too complicated, consider grouping steps together so it’s less complex.

10. Get clear on what you are really afraid of and accept the worst case scenario. This emotionally and mentally frees you up to get busy working on the solution rather than obsessing about the problem.

11. Develop your integrity to the place that when you speak it you do it. Practice honoring your word in every area of your life. Be on time, all the time. If you commit to doing x by y, then do it. As you grow your personal integrity you’ll find that when it comes to procrastination, you will no longer allow yourself to fail to keep your word.
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