Email addresses for contacting Speakers of House and Sen. Maj. leaders in key states

Snail-mail is too slow, so I did not bother with those. Phone numbers are available on dickmorris.com

I will do these emails in a way you should be able to cut and paste all 10 email addresses directly into your email address bar, then you only write the letter once and send all 10 at one time. Their full names are in the previous post.

RGray@azleg.gov, rbowers@azleg.gov, jcorman@pasen.gov, bcutler@paleg.gov, RepVos@legis.wisconsin.gov, Sen.Fitzgerald@legis.wisconsin.gov, david.ralston@house.ga.gov, mike.dugan@senate.ga.gov, LeeChatfield@house.mi.gov, SenMShirkey@senate.michigan.gov

These are all men, so it’s fine to address Dear Sir. I know standard etiquette would be “Honorable [name], but sheer volume is the key on this. An assistant will be the one reading it anyway, most likely, and tallying the requests.

Suggested Subject line: Do Not Certify!

Suggested note:

Dear Sir

As an American citizen, I am alarmed and appalled at what is happening in this election. It is making a mockery of our Republic and frankly of our Constitution. I respectfully request that you vote not to certify electors until your state audits the election results with a full recount, with Republican observers no more than three feet away and with full verification of signatures and the dates on which ballots were received.
Regards,
[Your name, your state]

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