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Washington, June 21, 2019 | comments

Washington, D.C. – I'm committed to truly serving the people of Georgia’s 10th Congressional District by listening, engaging, and finding common ground in order to achieve real solutions. Helping Georgians is my most important responsibility, and since coming to Congress, I have been dedicated to bringing back real representation by being accountable, accessible, and transparent while working hard every single day for our community.

One of my highest priorities is to ensure that my staff and I are available to help with whatever federal assistance you may need. Whether it’s local governments, civic organizations, or Georgia families who need federal assistance, my staff and I are ready to serve you.

Regardless of how tense or partisan the legislative process becomes in Washington, the devotion of my constituent services team is second to none, and I am grateful for their service. When you encounter bureaucratic red tape and frustration, we are here to help. If you need assistance securing federal funding for your business or project, give us a call.

Simply put, constituent services is a core function of my office, and it is a critical way to make sure the federal government is more accountable to people and more responsive to your needs.

I also value having direct contact with the residents of the 10th District of Georgia. From one-on-one meetings in my office to district-wide Telephone Town Halls to Coffees with your Congressman in your own community, I work hard to stay in touch with the folks who sent me to Washington in the first place. I want to ensure that your voice is being heard, and I have assembled the best team out there to help me do it.

Being a Member of Congress is more than just voting. It is about assisting you, representing you, and listening to your concerns. No issue is too big or too small. And while I can't guarantee the outcome, my office will go to bat on your behalf.

With that being said, if you need assistance, please contact my Monroe District Office at 770-207-1776 or my Milledgeville District Office at 478-457-0007, and we will do everything possible to find a solution. If you have a policy question or want to set up an educational tour of our Nation’s capital, call my Washington, D.C. office at 202-225-4101.

What’s important to you is important to me, and it is one of the great honors of my life to serve you in the People’s House.

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Published in the Walton Tribune on Friday, June 21st, 2019.

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