Capitol Website New Testimony Submission Webpage

Please see the announcement below regarding improvements to the submission webpage for the 2018 Legislative Session:


We are excited to announce that we have made improvements to our testimony submission webpage for the 2018 Legislative Session! Listed below are a few of the changes we’d like to highlight. If you anticipate submitting testimony to the Legislature this year, you may want to take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the new user interface.

  • The option for typing your testimony directly on the webpage (text box) now uses rich text so you have more formatting options.
  • You now have the ability to save your work in the text box and continue at another time.  You may continue to make changes to the text box until you submit your testimony.
  • We’ve increased the size limitation of the attachments accepted.  Instead of 10MB, you can now attach files as large as 20MB.
    • Please note that attachments will not be saved and must be uploaded at the time of submittal.
  • Users may now either type their testimony using the text box, or submit their testimony in an attachment, not both.
  • You will be able to see a history of your submitted and pending testimony, and from that list there will be quick links to the measure’s status and the hearing notice.
  • Since you can easily see your previously submitted testimony on the webpage, the confirmation e-mail has been eliminated.
  • To preserve the integrity of the legislative process, and to improve on the security of our system, each user may submit one piece testimony for each bill per hearing.

Please email any questions about the new testimony submission webpage to