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Portman holding office hours in Richland County

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 5/20/2014

U.S. Senator Rob Portman’s (R- Ohio) staff will hold office hours in Richland County on Tuesday, June 3. During this time, constituents will have the opportunity to share their thoughts and concerns with a district representative who will provide their feedback to the senator.

“Keeping an open dialogue with constituents is a top priority for me and I encourage people to take advantage of the opportunity to talk to a member of my staff,” said Portman. “I’ve traveled to every county in the state and have found it helpful to hear about the issues that are of primary concern to Ohioans. Listening to constituents enables me to better determine how I can fight for their interests in Washington.”

Portman staff will travel to each county in Ohio to meet with constituents during office hours, connect with local elected officials, and attend community events. No appointments are necessary.

For further information, call Senator Portman’s District Representative George Brown at 216-522-7095.

   
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