Contacting Your Representative

By Scott Sarvay

Contacting Your Representative

June 18, 2010 Updated Jan 30, 2009 at 5:39 PM EDT


INDIANAPOLIS (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Contacting your state representatives and senators can be a challenge but there are three easy ways of contacting them.



  • Call toll free at 1-800-382-9841. If you phone the statehouse, ask to speak to the representative’s legislative assistant.
  • Write them at the Statehouse, 200 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.
  • Send them an e-mail. Members of the House have e-mail addresses based on their House district numbers. For example, I serve District 85, so my e-mail address is h85@in.gov.




  • These are the state representatives for Northeast Indiana:

  • Speaker of the House B. Patrick Bauer, District 6 (D-South Bend).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h6.

  • Rep. Matt Bell, District 83 (R-Avilla).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h83.

  • Rep. Randy Borror, District 84 (R-Fort Wayne).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h84.

  • Rep. Bill Davis, District 33 (R-Portland).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h33.

  • Rep. Dick Dodge, District 51 (R-Pleasant Lake).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h51.

  • Rep. Jeff Espich, District 82 (R-Uniondale).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h82.

  • Rep. Phil GiaQuinta, District 80 (D-Fort Wayne).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h80.

  • Rep. Matthew Lehman, District 79 (R-Berne).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h79.

  • Rep. Dan Leonard, District 50 (R-Huntington).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h50.

  • Rep. Winfield Moses, District 81 (D-Fort Wayne).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h81.

  • Rep. Phyllis Pond, District 85 (R-New Haven).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h85.

  • Rep. Bill Ruppel, District 22 (North Manchester).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h22.

  • Rep. David Wolkins, District 18 (R-Winona Lake).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h18.

  • Rep. David Yarde, District 52 (R-Garrett).
    E-mail Web site: http://www.in.gov/h52.

  • There are 21 committees on which these representatives serve. Many representatives are members of more than one. Committees are important because before a bill can be amended by the House and or Senate, it first must be approved by the appropriate committee.

    The 21 committees are Agriculture and Rural Development; Commerce, Energy and Technology Utilities; Education; Elections and Apportionment; Environmental Affairs; Family, Children and Human Affairs; Financial Institutions; Government and Regulatory Reform; Insurance; Judiciary; Labor and Employment; Local Government; Natural Resources; Public Health; Public Policy; Roads and Transportation; Rules and Legislative Procedures; Small Business and Economic Development; Veterans Affairs and Public Safety; and Ways and Means.

    If you want to learn more about Indiana’s 116th General Assembly, go online to http://www.in.gov/legislative, where you can find the legislative calendar, information about bills and resolutions and information about how to stay in touch with your elected official.




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