Senator Maria Cantwell Phone Number and More

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Senator Maria Cantwell Phone Number and More

The junior (newest serving) senator from Washington State, Senator Maria Cantwell was elected to the Senate in 2001, after serving in the House of Representatives for many years. She is a democrat and the most senior of the junior senators. She was born and raised in Indiana and went on to receive a bachelor’s of arts in Public Administration from Miami University in Ohio. She briefly worked in the private sector as the Vice-President of Marketing for the company RealNetworks after leaving politics for a short time.

She returned to the political stage in 2000 with a platform supporting improved social security and campaign finance reform. She has since taken strong stances on protecting wildlife and providing young women with access to free contraception. She has managed to block drilling, support the preservation of animal populations, and pass bills that would increase funding for national parks. Her role on the Finance committee also allows her to advocate for a more accessible health system for Americans.

What Committees Does Senator Cantwell Serve On?

Each piece of legislation that passes through Congress (the Senate and the House of Representatives) will go to a specific committee that deals with a specific area of concern - each of these committees also have their own subcommittees. The committees senators serve in are the place in which they have the most direct involvement in and will be the areas that they are most knowledgeable about. Senator Maria Cantwell is involved in the following committees:

  • Commerce, Science, and Transportation
  • Energy and Natural Resources
  • Finance
  • Indian Affairs
  • Small Business and Entrepreneurship
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Methods of Contact for Senator Maria Cantwell

For mailing addresses, phone numbers, or fax information for each of her offices, see the tables below:

Mode of ContactInformation
Schedule a Meeting
Have Coffee with Senator Cantwell
For Assistance with Federal Agencies
Senator Website
Campaign Website
Intern with Senator Cantwell

Other platforms Cantwell is on


The offices of Maria Cantwell


915 Second Avenue, Suite 3206

Seattle, WA 98174

Phone: (206) 220-6400

Fax: (206) 220-6404


920 W. Riverside Avenue, Suite 697

Spokane, WA 99201

Phone: (509) 353-2507

Fax: (509) 353-2547


950 Pacific Avenue, Suite 615

Tacoma, WA 98402

Phone: (253) 572-2281

Fax: (253) 572-5879


2930 Wetmore Avenue, Suite 9B

Everett, WA 98201

Phone: (425) 303-0114

Fax: (425) 303-8351


1313 Officers Row

Vancouver, WA 98661

Phone: (360) 696-7838

Fax: (360) 696-7844


825 Jadwin Avenue, Suite 206

Richland, WA 99352

Phone: (509) 946-8106

Fax: (509) 946-6937

Washington, DC

511 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington, DC 20510

Phone: (202) 224-3441

Fax: (202) 228-051

How Should You Contact Senator Cantwell?

Senator Cantwell has many different offices, each with its own staff. It is most ideal to be able to talk to the Senator in person, but this may be difficult due to her frequent travels. Follow these easy steps to navigate the contact process and feel free to use our provided resources to get prepared:

  1. Learn more about your representative, his or her stances on the issue(s) you care about, and the best way to contact them. Learn more about the different ways to contact a representative and which way might be the best for you in our guide here. We’ve also provided a helpful rundown on the efficacy of contacting your representative by phone - check it out here.
  2. Find their contact information and get started. You may want to contact more than one representative that is working on the issue.

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  • Let them know where you’re located if you are one of their constituents
  • Check out our provided script for phone calls to your representative
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