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Political Action Links

We believe in make our communities a better place. As such, it is important that we all know how to get in touch with our political representatives and let them know how we feel. This has never been easier than with Internet. Below are some links that are not well publicized, but are nonetheless, the most effective at getting your voice heard.

Zip+4 Look up (you'll need this to contact your congressional representatives).

Local napa cities and towns

City of Calistoga
City St. Helena
Town of Yountville
City of Napa
City of American Canyon

Locate any city's official website in the state of California

Want to know what Mayors do? Visit the US Conference of Mayors' Site

NOrthern california COUNTY websites


California State Association of Counties


State of California Website
State Assembly Website
State Senate Website

Most Napa Residents: the 7th District covers Calistoga, St. Helena, Yountville, Napa and American Canyon. Our state is assemblymember is Noreen Evans. We're in the 2nd Senate District and our State Senator is Pat Wiggins.


The Senators from California are: Barbara Boxer and Diane Feinstein

Our Congressman in the House of Representatives for District 1 (most of Northern California) is Mike Thompson

Want to know what federal legislation is being passed without your knowledge? Want the secret weapon that all lobbyists use? It's here: The Library of Congress Thomas Register.

Want to know a company's financial filings with the SEC. Check out the new IDEA Database

If you're visiting this site from out-of-state and want to find out to contact you're federal representatives:

U.S. Senator

(remember, you have two)

U.S. Congressperson


Campaigns We Support

Reader Privacy Petition

sponsored by the American Library Association

Save the Internet

did you know that "...the nation's largest telephone and cable companies — including AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and Time Warner — want to be Internet gatekeepers, deciding which Web sites go fast or slow and which won't load at all. These companies have a new vision for the Internet. Instead of an even playing field, they want to reserve express lanes for their own content and services — or those from big corporations that can afford the steep tolls ..."