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Dear Friends:

Welcome to my website!

It has truly been an honor to represent Delawareans for seven terms in the House of Representatives. During the 109th Congress, I will continue to dedicate my time to fighting for the needs of Delawareans, while striving for commonsense and effectives changes.

Feel free to look around my website and get a feel for the issues that I am currently working on and issues that I have been involved with in the past. I am constantly updating and improving my website to create greater access for you.

If you have any questions or comments about issues I am working on, please contact either my Washington, DC office or my offices in Wilmington and Dover.

Thank you once again for allowing me to serve as your Congressman. I look forward to hearing from you soon.


Michael N. Castle
Member of Congress

Applying to college? Visit Congressman Castle's resource page for financial aid services

Stem Cell Research: Visit Congressman Castle's Stem Cell Research & Resource Webpage

Learn what Congressman Castle is working on

C&D Canal: Visit Congressman Castle's Chesapeake & Delaware Canal Vision of Recreation Webpage

PandemicFlu.Gov: Check out this website for general knowledge and updates on Avian Influenza

Get answers to all your questions on Medicare Part D


New dollar coin concept, developed by a Coin World artist/designer, based on the specifications and concepts in Rep. Castle's legislation
Front of the proposed George Washington dollar coin. Back of the proposed George Washington dollar coin.

These new dollar coin design concepts were developed by a Coin World artist/designer, based on the specifications and concepts in Rep. Castle's legislation.


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The Veterans History Project collects and preserves the extraordinary wartime stories of ordinary people. Initiated by Congress on October 27, 2000, the Project relies on volunteers to interview, record, compile and donate materials. All are encouraged to participate: veterans, civilians, adults, young people, men, women, scholars, students, amateurs, and experts.

To get involved, visit the Veterans History Project website at or call Kate Rohrer at 302-736-1666.


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