How to Contact My Office
If you wish to share your views on the issues that are important to you, I encourage you to contact the Jackson, MI or Washington, DC offices by e-mail, postal mail, phone or fax.
Washington DC Office
2436 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-6276
Fax: (202) 225-6281
Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-5:30PM
800 West Ganson St.
Jackson, MI 49202
Phone: (517) 780-9075
Fax: (517) 780-9081
Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM
I represent Michigan’s 7th Congressional District at the federal level in Washington, D.C. My efforts in Congress focus on serving and addressing the needs of the constituents residing in Michigan’s 7th District. Please be advised that members of Congress practice congressional courtesy and communications from individuals outside of Michigan’s 7th District will be forwarded to the appropriate member of Congress based on their mailing address.
If you are not sure which Congressional District you reside in, please use the zip-code look up tool at: www.house.gov. In addition, you can find your Senators by visiting: www.senate.gov.
How to Schedule a Meeting
As your representative in Congress, I rely on constituent feedback as Congress works to address the nation’s pressing issues. If you would like to schedule a meeting please fill out the scheduling request form. In your request, please include the date and time you wish to meet and indicate if you would like to meet at my Washington, DC or Jackson, MI office.
Once you submit the meeting request, you are welcome to follow up with my Washington DC or Jackson, MI office regarding its status and my availability.
Help with a Federal Agency
I understand that the federal bureaucracy can be challenging to navigate and look forward to resource for you. If you are experiencing difficulties getting a response from a federal agency or feel that you have been treated unfairly, please contact my district office in Jackson, MI by phone at 517-780-9075 and the appropriate caseworker will be pleased to assist you.
For more information on the casework process, please visit my Help with a Federal Agency webpage.