In the upper left side of the email/letter you would write: The Honorable John (or Jane) Smith, and beneath that is where you would put their address. The salutation should be "Dear Senator Smith", and the closing should be "Sincerely, John Doe" Example: * The Honorable John Smith * ABC Street * Any town, Any state, 12345 Dear Senator Smith, Sincerely, Your name
The appropriate salutation depends on whether you also are a solicitor in your own country. If you are a female attorney too, then the appropriate salutation is "Chère Consoeur". However most French lawyers use the "Cher Confrère" salutation regardless of the gender of their interlocutor. If you are a man, you can write "Cher Confrère". If you are not an attorney, then the appropriate salutation always is 'Cher Maitre' or simply "Maître".
In fact there is no strict etiquette about these email endings in French. Informally French people use " A + " (meaning 'see you') to end their mails to friends. They can also use "amitiÃ©s" or "amicalement" (with friendliness). More formally (but still very short) you can use "salutations".
Senator Grassley's email address
stamp signature address salutation/greeting
Good Afternoon/morning _______,
no that's too cheesy. try hello.
There is no email address. You must fill out the form on his web site. Don't worry, you will not get an appropriate answer. I wrote about his vote to continue to fund ACORN and got a response back thanking me for my input regarding the federal reserve.
It means she was being polite and included a relevant, appropriate salutation. Anything else is in your mind.
A formal tone