How to contact the folks in Raleigh on Jones Street

courtesy of the Raleigh Report from the NC Council of Churches:

To Contact the Governor

By phone: (919) 733-5811

By fax: (919) 733-2120

By mail:

Governor Pat McCrory
Office of the Governor
20301 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-0301

By email: www.governor.nc.gov/contact/email-pat

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To Contact State Legislators

By telephone: All legislative offices can be reached through the legislative switchboard – (919) 733-4111.

By e-mail: Legislative e-mail addresses follow the pattern of . (Example: Speaker Thom Tillis’ address is Thom.Tillis@ncleg.net.) If you have any question about the spelling of your legislator’s name or whether your legislator’s e-mail address uses a nickname, you can confirm addresses at the General Assembly’s web site: www.ncleg.net. Click on “House” or “Senate” and look for Member Lists.

By postal service mail:
All legislators can be addressed at:
North Carolina General Assembly, Raleigh, NC 27601-1096.

To find out who your legislators are, go to the General Assembly’s web site: www.ncleg.net. Click on “Who Represents Me?” near the top of the homepage, and follow the directions for using the interactive maps. For those without Internet access, local Boards of Elections can be asked for assistance.

A wealth of information is available at the General Assembly’s web site: www.ncleg.net. Look for bill information, texts of all bills, current status and legislative history for bills, information on all members (including e-mail addresses, office telephone numbers, etc.), committee memberships, calendars for the next legislative day, legislative districts, and links to state government agencies. You can even listen in on floor sessions.

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Comments

You forgot Governor Pope

Governor James Arthur Pope
3324 Granville Drive
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609

Pope paid $2,995,000 for the extravagant 10,057 square foot house 12/30/2004. It was a new house built on one acre of a subdivided 2 acre lot. It had an assessed value of $2,322,632 in 2007.

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