Establishing relationships with your elected officials is a vital part of creating long lasting change.
In order to do so, it’s important to do some initial research. The Wyoming legislature’s website is a great resource for contacting statewide elected officials.
- Find your legislators
- Find contact information for state representatives and senators
- Find out which bills have been introduced and where they are in the process
- Find out which legislators sit on which committees
- Listen to committee hearings, testimony, and floor sessions either live or, in most case, recorded.
Additional sources of information:
- Follow #WYLeg on Twitter for breaking news and coverage
- Follow your lawmakers on Twitter
- Sign up to receive ACLU of Wyoming's e-mails for breaking news and legislative action alerts.
Another great way to research your elected officals is by attending a local townhalls or debates where they will be. These events offer a chance to meet elected officials and find out their position on topics that are important to you. Follow our Facebook page for events and upcoming actions.