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People for the American Way Action Center
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Official site for the US Senate. Here you can find information on how to contact your senator using the state you last voted in. You can also find out how he or she has voted on the issues as well as what's happening on the senate floor.
US House of Representatives
Official site for the US House of Representatives. Find out who your representatives are and how to get in touch with them. Learn what is currently on the house floor or how your representative has voted in the past.
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