2016 By The Numbers
168,427 Emails & Letters Sent to Constituents
My office maintains a robust constituent communications process, which includes my direct responses to hundreds of letters, emails and call per week as well as direct mail to supplement electronic communications for those who prefer to receive legislative information in the mail. If you would like to receive additional information on any issue, please let me know.
1,135 Constituents Assisted with Casework
Perhaps the most important service my staff and I provide is bridging the gap between federal government agencies and constituents. Whether it’s getting help with the Social Security Administration, visas or immigration issues, the Internal Revenue Service, or any other federal government entity, we can help cut through complicated and cumbersome bureaucracy to get the information or assistance that you deserve. If you or someone you know need assistance, please click here to fill out a casework request.
287 Veterans Helped
In addition to federal agency assistance, my staff specializes in veterans’ assistance. Those who have worn the cloth of this nation deserve our respect and the highest degree of care we can provide. From getting hard-earned VA benefits flowing to combating bonus clawbacks from the DOD, my staff is here and eager to help. If you or someone you know need assistance, please click here to fill out a casework request.
295 Constituent Meetings & Events
When I’m not in Washington, I enjoy attending as many meetings and events as possible in the District, from individuals and small groups to more widely-attended community events like meet-and-greets or government nights. If you or your group/organization would like to request a meeting or my attendance at an event in CA-10 or in Washington, please click here.