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There are many ways that you can learn more about what's happening in Madison:

  1. Call my office at (608) 266-0486  – to weigh in on an issue, ask a question of legislative staff, get information on a bill or issue, or schedule a meeting.
  2. E-mail me at
  3. Write a letter: State Capitol, PO Box 8952, Madison, WI 53708
  4. Attend my monthly office hours: I'm available many Friday mornings at various locations around the district specifically to hear from you on any issue. Making an appointment is encouraged, but not required. My monthly office hours are available here, and are also advertised on social media @RepAndraca.
  5. Get involved in meetings, forums, and events in the district – I like to attend as many meetings and events in Bayside, Fox Point, Grafton, Mequon, Thiensville, and Whitefish Bay as I can. See you at the next one!
  6. Social media – You can catch me on Facebook and Twitter, especially when we're in committee or session:, Twitter: @RepAndraca. Note that private messages sent to my social media accounts are not monitored by staff and may have a longer response time than contacting me by phone and email.
  7. Joint Finance Committee Listening Sessions – The Joint Finance Committee travels across the state to take input on the state's biennial budget. Testify at a public listening session near you – but be prepared to wait a few hours to speak, depending on what time you get there. Sometimes testimony is limited to two minutes.
  8. Testify at a public hearing on a bill – You can participate in the policymaking process by testifying on legislation at a public hearing. Fill out a hearing slip with your name and position on the bill, then wait to testify. Share your personal story and how the legislation would affect you. Please let me know if you are planning to come to the Capitol to testify and would like any assistance. It's a great way to add your voice!
  9. Workplace and School Visits – I really enjoy spending time touring businesses, nonprofits, and meeting with school groups in the district – ask for a visit!
  10. Visit the Capitol – I am always happy to meet with constituents in the Capitol during the legislative session! The best days to come to advocate on an issue are on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, when most legislators are in the Capitol for committee meetings, session days, and legislative business. Please call or email to schedule a meeting in advance so that I don't miss an opportunity to talk with you!