Send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (no attached files, please, which can contain viruses); fax to 770-532-0457; or mail to The Times, P.O. Box 838, Gainesville, GA 30503. Include full name, hometown and phone number for confirmation. They should be limited to one topic on issues of public interest and may be edited for content and length (limit of 500 words). Letters originating from other sources or those involving personal, business or legal disputes, poetry, expressions of faith or memorial tributes may be rejected. You may be limited to one letter per month, two on a single topic. Submitted items may be published in print, electronic or other forms. Letters, columns and cartoons express the opinions of the authors and not of The Times editorial board.
To find a form to send a letter, click here
I would like to go on record as saying that it is wrong for a person to be elected to office at great taxpayer expense, and then resign before his term is up to run for another office at taxpayers' expense. And then a string of people behind him resign their positions that taxpayers elected them for to run, at taxpayers' expense, for the office just vacated by the U.S. representative.
If a person resigns and a special election has to be held, the person resigning should have to pay for it, not taxpayers.