who vs whom
Should who or whom be used in this statement: "Please let me know who/whom I should contact to rectify this issue."
It is not entirely incorrect to use 'who' as object of a verb, especially in informal register and spoken English. However, it is incorrect to use 'who' as object of a preposition. I personally prefer to use 'whom' as object of both verbs and prepositions, but I'm a sucker for a more formal register. [Says he who uses 'sucker' to demonstrate his preference.]
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