• The Chamber - Government Contacts
  • Government Contacts

  • As representatives of the business community, we strongly believe that every citizen should have the knowledge and ability to contact their legislators about the issues that are most important to them. We encourage you to exercise your civic right by voting, writing your legislators, and reading up on key issues. Below you will find your legislators’ information so that you can help voice your opinion and make a difference.


  • Voter information

    Minnesota: You may register the day of the election in Minnesota with a proper ID or if an already registered voter vouches for you. A registration form is included in the local Qwest Dex phone directory. There is a 20-day rule for the Secretary of State to stop accepting pre-registrations and to print the list of voters to send to the county auditors. All those wishing to register within 20 days of an election must do it at the polling site. For more information, visit the Secretary of the State.

    North Dakota: North Dakota does not require pre-registration to vote. Visit the Secretary of State to find your poll location.


  • Contacting a Legislator in North Dakota

    House and Senate leaders are the only members assigned an office and receive assistance from a legislative staff member. During a session, all legislators can be reached by leaving a message with the legislative telephone message center at 1.888.NDLEGIS (635.3447) or 701.328.3373, or by physical addresses listed on their biographies. Legislators have access to email and their addresses can be found at www.legis.nd.gov/contact-my-legislators.


    Contacting a Legislator in Minnesota

    Minnesota legislators are assigned offices and a legislative assistant to help coordinate their work and constituent requests. Staff members can be very helpful in ensuring legislators receive your communications. In addition, calling, writing letters to their physical address and emailing are all acceptable means of communications.

    While visiting the Minnesota Capitol, meetings with your legislator can be arranged through their legislative assistant. They can also advise you on how to call a legislator out of a committee meeting or off the House or Senate Floor.


  • MN State Government MN State Government

    Governor Tim Walz
    130 State Capitol
    St. Paul, MN 55155-1099
    651.201.3400 | 800.657.3717


    U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar  
    302 Hart Senator Office Building
    Washington, DC 20510

    121 Fourth Street South
    Moorhead, MN 56560
    218.287.2930 | klobuchar.senate.gov


    U.S. Senator Tina Smith        
    309 Hart Senate Building
    Washington, DC 20510

    819 Center Avenue, Suite 2A
    Moorhead, MN 56560
    218.284.8721 | tsmith.senate.gov


    U.S. House Representative Michelle Fischbach
    1237 Longworth House Office Building
    Washington, DC 20515

    2513 8th Street South
    Moorhead, MN 56560
    218.422.2090 | fischbach.house.gov


    Minnesota State Legislature
    State Capitol Building
    75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
    Saint Paul, MN 55155
    651.296.8338 | leg.state.mn.us

  • Clay County Government Clay County Government

    Clay County Courthouse
    807 11th Street North, Moorhead, MN 56560
    218.299.5065 | co.clay.mn.us

    Clay County Commission
    218.299.5002 | co.clay.mn.us

    Moorhead City Council
    218.299.5305 | ci.moorhead.mn.us

    Dilworth City Council
    218.287.2313 | dilworthcitymn.com

  • ND State Government ND State Government

    Governor Doug Burgum
    State Capitol Building
    600 East Boulevard Avenue
    Bismarck, ND 58505
    701.328.2100 | governor.state.nd.us


    U.S. Senator John Hoeven      
    338 Russell Senate Office Building
    Washington, DC 20510

    123 Broadway North, Suite 201
    Fargo, ND 58102


    U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer
    330 Hart Office Building
    Washington, DC 20510

    306 Federal Building
    657 Second Ave N
    Fargo, ND 58102


    U.S. House Representative Kelly Armstrong   
    1004 Longworth House Office Building
    Washington, DC 20515

    3217 Fiechtner Dr., Suite D
    Fargo, ND 58103
    701.353.6665 | Armstrong.house.gov


    North Dakota State Legislature
    State Capitol Building
    600 East Boulevard Avenue
    Bismarck, ND 58505

    Legislative Council | 701.328.2916 | legis.nd.gov
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  • Cass County Government Cass County Government

    Cass County Courthouse
    211 Ninth Street South
    P.O. Box 2806; Fargo, ND 58102-2806
    701.297.6000 | casscountynd.gov


    Cass County Commission
    211 Ninth Street South
    701.241.5609 | casscountynd.gov

    Fargo City Commission
    701.241.1310 | cityoffargo.com


    Horace City Council
    701.492.2972 | cityofhorace.com


    West Fargo City Commission
    701.433.5300 | westfargond.gov


  • Public Policy Guide

    The Chamber’s Public Policy Guide serves as a resource to the issues affecting the metro and a guide to local legislators serving the region. It outlines The Chamber’s stance on various measures and is a must-have guide for all those interested in public policy.