How to reach my Ohio and Washington offices

Painesville: 800-447-0529 or 440-352-3939

Twinsburg: 330-425-9291

Washington, DC: 202-225-5731

U.S. Capitol Switchboard:  202-224-3121 (for any House, Senate or Leadership office, i.e., Speaker Boehner).  For addresses and fax numbers for LaTourette offices, scroll to the bottom of this or any page on my web site.

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Fill out the e-mail form below if you have a legislative concern or would like to comment on an issue to me.  You must complete all fields to submit an e-mail.  Be sure to specify the issue from the ISSUES drop down list.

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A Note about Mail Delays

Please note that due to heightened security in the U.S. Capitol, mail service to the Washington, D.C. office has been significantly delayed. If you have any correspondence that is time sensitive, please use alternatives such as e-mail, phone, or fax number.

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