How to Contact your Kentucky State Legislator

(The easy way - use the Toll-free Legislative Message Line)
 

An easy way to voice your opinion in favor of expanded family friendly jury duty legislation for family caregivers is to use Kentuckyís Toll-Free Legislative Message Line (1-800-372-7181). 
The message line takes calls from citizens wishing to express their point of view on legislation. This is the fastest, easiest, and least expensive way to contact your elected officials.
Contacting legislators this way is:

  • Easy to do ó Just dial a phone number.

  • Convenient ó It takes less than 5 minutes, and the message centers are open at least 10 hours every week day.

  • Inexpensive ó No long distance charges.

When you call, all you need to do is simply dictate a brief message for your representative. The message will be sent to your representative along with your name, address, date and time it was given. (Examples of phone messages are given on next page)

If you donít know who your Kentucky representatives are, either click here to find out, or ask the operator to help you.

The phone number for the KY Legislative Message Line is 1-800-372-7181.
Hours to call: During the legislative sessions, the Legislative Message Line is manned Monday-Thursday from 7:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. EST. On Fridays, it closes at 6:00 P.M.
In between legislative sessions, the Legislative Message Line is manned Monday-Friday from 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

~~ Click here to find out what to say when you call! ~~
(The above information was adapted from the Kentucky Citizen Digest)

If you donít know who your Kentucky representatives are, either click here to find out, or ask the operator to help you.
(1-800-372-7181)


Click here to find out what to say when you call!


 

Last updated Thursday August 09, 2007

 

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