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United States House of Representatives - Congress Social Media Wiki

Welcome to the House page. All 435 districts are listed alphabetically by state. Each Congressional office's use of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr are tracked, as well as other forms of social media a few offices are currently experimenting with, including Tumblr and Google Plus. Campaign pages (which under House rules must be kept separate) are dealt with on the House Campaigns page along with their respective challengers. All of the icons are linked and clicking on them will take you that Member's specific social media page. You can move the mouse over the icons in the "Other" section to learn what type of social media they link to.

The columns are are sortable. Click on the arrows in the header column to sort. Learn more about advanced sorting here.

Social Media accounts with a * next to them indicate that the account listed is a campaign account and not the official account. I include those ONLY when there is no official office account AND the campaign account is treated by the Congressman as their primary account. It would be misleading to say they had no official account when they tweet 3 times a day from their campaign account.

Facebook accounts with a ^ next to them indicate Facebook profiles and not fan pages. Profiles cannot be ranked.

Accounts with a § next to them indicate that the account is not linked from their House.gov page. It's a lot easier to learn if your Congressman uses social media if they publicize it. GovSM believes it is important to point out when they fail to do so.

Accounts with a ¤ indicate that the link from the official page is broken, which GovSM views as pretty embarrassing.

Accounts with a indicate that the account is known to be updated by the Congressmen personally and not staff.

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