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June 13, 2014

STATE AND FEDERAL LEGISLATORS REPRESENTING THE AREA

— U.S. Senate

All senators may be reached at 202-224-3121

The mailing address for all senators is

U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C. 20510

Maryland—Ben Cardin (D)         Barbara A. Mikulski (D)

West Virginia—Joe Manchin (D)    John D. Rockefeller (D)

Pennsylvania—Bob Casey (D)    Patrick Toomey (R)    

U.S. House of Representatives

All House members may be reached at 202-224-3121.

The mailing address for House members is

U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. 20515

Maryland—John Delaney (D-6th)     

West Virginia—David McKinley (R-1st)    Shelley Moore Capito (R-2nd)

Pennsylvania—Bill Shuster (R-9th)    Mark Critz (D-12th)

Maryland Governor's Office

Gov. Martin O’Malley

The State House, Annapolis, MD 21401 1-410-974-3901

Maryland General Assembly

Sen. George C. Edwards (R-Dist. 1)

Western Maryland Railway Station, 13 Canal Street, Room 304,

Cumberland, MD 21502          301-722-4780.

In Annapolis: Room 322, James Senate Office Building

Annapolis, MD 21401          1-800-492-7122 X3565

Delegate Wendell R. Beitzel (R-Allegany/Garrett, Sub-Dist. 1A)

In Annapolis: Room 410, Lowe House Office Building

Annapolis, MD 21401            1-800-492-7122 X3435

Delegate Kevin Kelly (D-Allegany, Sub-Dist. 1B)

201 Washington Street, Cumberland, MD 21502   777-9000

In Annapolis: Room 410, Lowe House Office Building

Annapolis, MD 21401            1-800-492-7122 X3404

Delegate LeRoy E. Myers (R-Allegany/Washington-Sub-Dist. 1C)

14627 National Pike, Clear Spring, MD   21722   301-722-0926

In Annapolis: 215 Lowe House Office Building

Annapolis, MD 21401                1-800-492-7122 X3321

West Virginia Governor’s Office

Earl Ray Tomblin

The State Capitol, Charleston, WV 25305 1-304-558-2000

West Virginia Legislature (Representing Mineral or Hampshire counties)

(Legislators can be contacted by mail at: West Virginia State Senate/House of Delegates, State Capitol Complex, 1900 Kanawha Blvd. Charleston, WV 25305)

Sen. Bob Williams (D-Mineral/Grant/Tucker/Preston, Dist. 14), 304-357-7995

Sen. Dave Sypolt (R-Mineral/Grant/Tucker/Preston, Dist. 14), 304-357-7914

Sen. Clark S. Barnes (R-Hardy/Grant/Hampshire, Dist. 15), 304-357-7973

Sen. Donald Cookman (D-Hardy/Grant/Hampshire, Dist. 15), 304-357-7980

Delegate Stan Shaver (D-Preston/Tucker, Dist. 46) 304-340-3146

Delegate Harold Michael (D-Hardy, Dist. 47) 304-340-3340

Delegate Allen V. Evans (R-Grant, Dist. 54), 304-340-3399

Delegate Gary G. Howell (R-Mineral, Dist. 56), 304-340-3191

Delegate Ruth Rowan (R-Hampshire, Dist. 57), 304-340-3157

Delegate Daryl E. Cowles (R-Morgan, Dist. 58), 304-340-3117

Pennsylvania Governor’s Office

Tom Corbett

Main Capitol Bldg., Harrisburg, PA 17129   717 787-5825

Pennsylvania General Assembly (Representing Bedford or Somerset counties)

(Legislators can be contacted by mail at Pennsylvania General Assembly, Harrisburg, PA 17120)

Sen. John Eichelberger (R-Bedford, Dist. 30), 717-787-5490

Sen. Richard Kasunic (D-Somerset, Dist. 32), 717-787-7175

Sen. John Wozniak (D-Somerset, Dist. 35), 717-787-5400

Rep. Jesse Topper (R-Bedford, Dist. 78), 814-623-9097

Rep. Carl Walker Metzgar (R-Bedford/Somerset, Dist. 69), 814-443-4230

Rep. Frank Burns, (D-Somerset, Dist. 72) 814-536-8400

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