Assisting You

One of my most important roles as your Congressman is to serve as a liaison between you and the federal government and its agencies. I understand how challenging it can be to navigate through the red tape. My staff and I will do everything possible to assist you in resolving any difficulties you may be experiencing. While we cannot direct an agency to decide a matter in your favor, we can assist in bringing it to the attention of the proper officials and ensure that your case receives full consideration. Below is a list of services from dealing with federal agencies, tour request and having a flag flown over the Capital.

Federal Agency. Need help with a federal agency? This section provides constituents with assistance ranging from working with the Social Security Administration to securing benefits for Ohio seniors, to working with the VA on behalf of Veterans.

Passports. Need help with a passport? Learn more about the process and how my office can help.

Grants. Want to learn more about federal grants and how to apply for them? There are more than 1,000 federal grant programs, and this page will help you navigate the process.

Flags. Would you like to have a flag flown over the Capitol for a special occasion? My office can help.

Tours. Are you planning a trip to Washington, DC? If so, my office would be happy to assist you with scheduling reserved tours.

Students. Interested in Service Academy nominations, internships, the Congressional art contest, or the page program? Learn about the requirements and gather information here.

Download Center. Find all of the necessary documents in one nice location. These forms include privacy releases, scheduling request forms, flag and tour requests and much more.

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