If you want to contact Barack Obama, several channels can get your message through. President Obama was one of the first presidential candidates to harness the power of the Internet to reach people. He and his administration have promised to make the president more accessible than any other in history. Both electronic and traditional methods can allow you to reach President Obama.
Send a message to President Barack Obama through the White House web page. Click the "Contact Us" button in the upper right corner of the official White House website and fill out the form that appears. Be sure to fill in each required box, enter a phrase in the anti-spam box, and click "Submit."
Use social media to reach Barack Obama. Obama for America, the president's campaign organization, is a force on Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites. You can post on the wall or send a tweet to get in touch with Obama.
Write a hand-written letter to President Obama if you prefer. Send snail mail to him directly at the White House (1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500).
Call on the telephone and leave Barack Obama a voice mail. You can call the White House and leave a comment (202-456-1111).
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