We’re halfway through the August District Work Period, and while Congress is in recess, my team and I are still hard at work for you. We are proud to help veterans receive their well-deserved benefits, seniors collect their social security checks, last-minute travelers obtain passports, and nonprofits and educational institutions gain grant awards. In fact this year, we’ve already help return more than $6.2 million to 10th District residents through grants, casework, and U.S. Service Academy scholarships. Here is what some them have to say:
“I know that most politicians promise a lot and rarely deliver but you, sir, are the exception. It seems you are truly there for us. I still don’t know why the V.A. didn’t handle the issue without you having to get involved but they didn’t. Bottom line, she is getting the help she needs. It’s happening because you helped make it happen.” – Veteran’s grandfather in Winder
“I am typing this with tears flowing. I cried out to God in utter frustration very long and hard this morning as I prepared for work about what I have endured. It has been an extremely difficult and trying two years. I am humbled and grateful for your efforts and of this good news. I pray you find pure delight and joy in your life's work. Thank you.”— Newly naturalized citizen in McDonough
“You are my hero! I can’t thank you enough for what you did for me. I’m glad God gave you the knowledge to work out whatever cases come your way. On June 19th was my deadline, and you met it in time.” – Social Security recipient in Winder
“I am so happy to tell you I HAVE SET FOOT ON AMERICAN SOIL!!! Woohoo! I am currently in Dulles, Washington and will be flying out to Georgia at 7:15 in the morning. Thank you so much for absolutely everything.” – Traveler returning from South Africa
“Thank you so much for responding and so quickly. I am in tears and know that dad will be so elated that we have someone that is actually taking the time to help. This has started to bring back my faith in being able to depend on our members and employees in Congress.” – Daughter of a Vietnam veteran in Grayson
“I have received a favorable decision from the V.A. and was awarded 100% compensation for my service connected disabilities. Thank you very much for your help.” – Veteran in Wrightsville
From the bottom of my heart, it is my honor to serve you. If you’re having problems with a federal agency or need questions answered about any of the constituent services my office provides, I invite you to contact my Monroe office at (770) 207-1776 or my Milledgeville office at (478) 457-0007.