who represents you?

Use the directories below to find out who is representing you in Lansing and in Washington D.C. and how you can contact them. The more elected officials hear from constituents like you on specific environmental issues impacting your health and your community, the more likely they are to make it a priority to address. One phone call or message from you makes an impact. 

find your state legislators

To look up your State Senator and State Representative and his or her contact information, use the links below to access the State of Michigan Directory:

Michigan House of Representatives Website: Find Your Representative

Michigan Senate’s Website: Find Your Senator


Use the link below to find contact information for your U.S. Representatives and Senators in Washington DC.

United States Congress’ Website: Find your Senators and Representative

more on the michigan legislature

The Michigan House of Representatives and the Michigan Senate comprise Michigan’s full-time legislature. The primary purpose of the Legislature is to represent you and your values by enacting new laws and amending or repealing existing laws.


The House of Representatives consists of 110 members who are elected by you. Each state Representative represents a district with approximately 77,000 to 91,000 residents. Representatives are elected in even-numbered years to 2-year terms and are able to serve three terms total.


The Senate consists of 38 members who are elected by you. Each state Senator represents a districts with approximately 212,400 to 263,500 residents. Senators are elected in even-numbered years to 4-year terms and are able to serve two terms total.

To learn more about the state legislature and the political process in Michigan, access the Citizens Guide to State Government right here.