How to Address a Congressman?

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To address a congressman, you can use 'Dear Congressman (first and last name)'. If speaking with him or her, use 'Congressman (last name)'.
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Congressman do not have a title per say. They are in fact there to serve the people. Mr. or Mrs. and then their last name in perfectly acceptable. IF you would rather you can say
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1. Address former members of the United States Senate as "senator" and former members of the House of Representatives as "representative" when speaking to them
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Dear Ma'am, Dear Sir, Esteemed Congress(wo)man _insert last name here_ Mr. _ Mrs. _ The important thing is to address him or her respectfully. Happy letter writing!
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Congressman do not have a title per say. They are in fact there to serve the people. Mr. or Mrs. and then their last name in perfectly acceptable. IF you would ...
Congressman do not have a title per say. They are in fact there to serve the people. Mr. or Mrs. and then their last name in perfectly acceptable. IF you would ...
Congressman do not have a title per say. They are in fact there to serve the people. Mr. or Mrs. and then their last name in perfectly acceptable. IF you would ...
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