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    Campaign Phone Numbers for US Senators up for reelection

    Campaign Phone Numbers for US Senators seeking reelection in 2006

    Arizona

    Jon Kyl
    602-840-0306
    fax:
    602-840-1970
    http://www.jonkyl.com/

    California

    Dianne Feinstein
    310-556-8683
    fax:
    310-556-8606
    http://www.dianne2006.com/

    Connecticut

    Joseph I. Lieberman
    860-244-2006
    info@joe2006.com
    http://www.joe2006.com/

    Delaware

    Thomas R. Carper
    302-328-5774
    fax:
    302-328-6877
    http://www.carperforsenate.com/

    Florida

    Bill Nelson
    407-895-2006
    comments@nelsonforsenate.com
    http://www.nelsonforsenate.com/contact/
    http://www.nelsonforsenate.com/

    Hawaii

    Daniel K. Akaka
    808-533-2006
    http://akaka2006.org/contact
    http://akaka2006.org/

    Indiana

    Richard G. Lugar
    317-610-2006
    fax:
    317-964-5015
    fdl@lugar2006.com
    http://www.lugarcamp.com/

    Maine

    Olympia J. Snowe
    207-774-2006
    info@olympiasnowe.com
    http://www.olympiasnowe.com/

    Maryland

    US Senator Paul S. Sarbanes is retiring.

    Massachusetts

    Edward M. Kennedy
    617-776-2595
    fax:
    617-776-2510
    info@tedkennedy.com
    http://tedkennedy.com/page/s/contact
    http://www.tedkennedy.com/

    Michigan

    Debbie Stabenow
    517-336-8500
    fax:
    517-336-8075
    info@stabenowforsenate.com
    http://www.stabenowforsenate.com/contact
    http://www.stabenowforsenate.com/

    Minnesota

    US Senator Mark Dayton is retiring.

    Mississippi

    Trent Lott
    703-299-6600
    fax:
    703-548-5954

    Missouri

    James M. Talent

    info@talentforsenate.com
    http://www.talentforsenate.com

    Montana

    Conrad Burns
    406-248-4494
    Cburns@conradburns.com
    http://www.conradburns.com

    Nebraska

    E. Benjamin Nelson
    402-991-0363
    http://www.bennelson2006.com/Contact.asp
    http://www.bennelson2006.com

    Nevada

    John Ensign
    702-880-1000
    http://www.johnensign.org/

    New Jersey

    Robert Menendez
    201-271-1661
    fax:
    201-531-0013
    http://www.menendezfornewjersey.com/

    New Mexico

    Jeff Bingaman
    505-830-3650
    info@bingaman2006.com
    http://www.bingaman2006.com/contact
    http://www.bingaman2006.com/

    New York

    Hillary Rodham Clinton
    www.hillaryclinton.com

    North Dakota

    Kent Conrad
    info@kentconrad.com
    http://www.kent-conrad.com/

    Ohio

    Mike DeWine
    614-229-5380
    info@mikedewine.com
    http://www.mikedewine.com/contactus/
    http://www.mikedewine.com/

    Pennsylvania

    Rick Santorum
    1-877-868-3742
    fax:
    412-922-6461
    info@ricksantorum.com
    http://www.ricksantorum.com/

    Rhode Island

    Lincoln Chafee
    401-921-1920
    fax:
    401-921-1980
    info@chafeeforsenate.com
    http://www.chafeeforsenate.com/

    Tennessee

    US Senator William H. Frist is retiring.

    Texas

    Kay Bailey Hutchison
    512-236-8656
    fax:
    512-236-8674
    info@texansforkay.com

    Utah

    Orrin G. Hatch
    801-747-5333
    orrin.hatch@orrin2006.com
    http://www.orrin2006.com/

    Vermont

    US Senator James M. Jeffords is retiring.

    Virginia

    George Allen
    703-845-3689
    804-754-2006
    fax:
    703-845-7519
    http://www.georgeallen.com

    Washington

    Maria Cantwell
    206-217-2006
    info@cantwell.com
    http://www.cantwell.com/comments.php
    http://www.cantwell.com/

    West Virginia

    Robert C. Byrd
    http://www.byrd2006.com/contact/index.cfm
    http://www.byrd2006.com/

    Wisconsin

    Herb Kohl
    414-276-KOHL
    800-719-5645
    campaign@herbkohl.com
    http://www.herbkohl.com/

    Wyoming

    Craig Thomas
    http://www.senatorcraigthomas.com/

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    Fabulous, thanks!

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    call him and say yo're voting for Tom Kean, on june 6th because of his support of illegal immigration

    New Jersey

    Robert Menendez
    201-271-1661
    fax:
    201-531-0013
    http://www.menendezfornewjersey.com/
    Free Ramos and Compean NOW!

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    Ihave a question, do your calls and emails count if you are not from the state the Senator is representing? Should have asked this long time ago!I have been sending emails to all who are voting for amnesty guestworker, you know that bill,The one called,
    THE GREAT GIVEAWAY BILL!, But I have only been calling my senators and representives should I be calling all them?
    Build the dam fence post haste!

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    NEW RESISTANCE TACTIC

    During your opposition calls to all SENATE offices, ask for the number to their campaign offices. Some members of the US Senate have to run for office again this year. Others have campaign offices even though they are not up for reelection in 2006.

    CALL THE CAMPAIGN OFFICES AND SAY

    "I'm watching the votes on S. 2611 closely. I will oppose any candidate that votes yes for this bill or any bill that allows the illegal aliens in America to stay. We need our existing immigration laws enforced, our borders secured, businesses fined, and illegal aliens deported. If we do this, millions will leave on their own and deport through attrition. I know that over 80% of the likely voters agree with me. I will be fully involved in remind all voters of Senator _____'s vote. Tell Senator _______ to reject S. 2611 and any Guest Worker, Temporary Worker, earned citizenship amnesty that the US Chamber of commerce is requesting or Senator _______ will be rejected by over 80% of America's legal voters in his/her next election"

    Be very polite, be very firm. If any campaign staff member gives you hard time about your facts, then drop a note into the Discussion Boards area at www.alipac.us and our national activists will help you pull up the polls and articles you need as sources.

    By going after the campaign offices with us, you will be applying a new kind of pressure on the politicians. Campaign workers are the most sensitive to the majority of the public. If their candidates lose, they are out of a job.
    Source:
    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-28466.html

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    I worked the phones during Katrina and the answer is NO, they don't! They will not read your comments and your phone comments do not get passed on unless you are a constituent. The way we got around this during Katrina was we lied! In emails, we used a local address in their district, for phone calls, we said we were citizens calling from out of state. Dishonest? Sure....but not illegal and it was important that we be heard in order to help save the lives of people.

    Quote Originally Posted by nittygritty
    Ihave a question, do your calls and emails count if you are not from the state the Senator is representing? Should have asked this long time ago!I have been sending emails to all who are voting for amnesty guestworker, you know that bill,The one called,
    THE GREAT GIVEAWAY BILL!, But I have only been calling my senators and representives should I be calling all them?

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    Perfect PA! Thank you for this list. I will post it under the announcement and get it out to our people asap.

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