There are several different ways by which you can contact your legislator, including mail, e-mail, telephone, fax, or in person.
(If you do not know who your legislator is, click here.)
Most members maintain a legislative district office (It is advisable, however, to first make an appointment should you want to
meet in person with your legislator). The following hyperlinks will give you the district office addresses, telephone numbers,
fax numbers, and email addresses of your legislators:
If you would like to get a complete list of all of the members' district office addresses, you can use the links below to download a
Mail Merge file
. (The files were last updated February 16, 2017.)
There are two different
versions of the files - .XLS which is Microsoft Excel (for Microsoft Word mail merges) and .DAT for Corel WordPerfect mail merges. Select the appropriate format for
your word processing program and then proceed with the mail merge.
During legislative sessions, you can contact your legislator using any of the above ways mentioned OR you can send correspondence
to the Capitol at the following address:
Representative John Doe
P.O. Box 44486
Baton Rouge, LA 70804-4486
Senator Jane Doe
P.O. Box 94183
Baton Rouge, LA 70804-4183
UPS, Federal Express or other delivery services:
Representative or Senator John Doe
900 North Third Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70804
To talk directly to a Representative or Senator, contact the House switchboard (225-342-6945) or the Senate switchboard (225-342-2040).
Also during legislative session, written notes and other materials intended for distribution to the membership may be received on the
House or Senate floor, provided the recipient's name and the sender's name or organization is clearly noted on the document itself.
Notes to individual members can be presented to the sergeant-at-arms stationed in or near the chambers.