Contacting Kentucky legislators
From Kentucky's Legislative Research Commission:
Citizens have numerous ways to follow legislative action throughout the session, including seeing legislative action in person in the State Capitol's legislative chambers and committee meeting rooms, which are open to the public.
The Kentucky Legislature Home Page (www.lrc.ky.gov) is updated daily to provide the latest legislative information. Web surfers can view the issues before lawmakers by browsing through bill summaries, amendments, and resolutions. The website is regularly updated to indicate each bill's status in the legislative process, as well as the next day's committee-meeting schedule and agendas.
In addition to general information about the legislative process, the website also provides information on each of Kentucky's senators and representatives, including their phone numbers, addresses, and legislative committee assignments.
The Kentucky General Assembly also maintains toll-free phone lines to help citizens follow legislative action and offer their input.
People who want to give lawmakers feedback on issues under consideration can call the Legislative Message Line at (800) 372-7181. People who prefer to offer their feedback in Spanish can call the General Assembly's Spanish Line at (866) 840-6574. Citizens with hearing impairments can use the TTY Message Line at (800) 896-0305.
A taped message containing information on the daily schedule for legislative committee meetings is available by calling the Legislative Calendar Line at (800) 633-9650.
Information on the status of each bill lawmakers are considering is available on the Bill Status Line, (866) 840-2835.
Citizens can write to any legislator by sending a letter with a lawmaker's name on it to: Legislative Offices, 701 Capitol Ave., Frankfort, KY 40601.