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January 11, 2013

Broun rep to meet with constituents this month

MILLEDGEVILLE — A representative of Congressman Paul Broun’s office will visit Baldwin County as part of a constituents tour of the 10th Congressional District. 

Broun was re-elected to the 10th District seat, which now includes Baldwin County, last November. 

The upcoming meetings, part of Broun’s Constituent Service Days, will take place in 13 counties, including Baldwin and Hancock, and “will serve as an opportunity for people to ask questions and see what services the congressman’s office may provide.”

“Representing the 10th Congressional District is an honor, and I will work to provide you with the best constituent services possible,” said Broun in a press release announcing the event. “My staff can advocate for veterans seeking to process their claims, students interested in military academies, seniors encountering problems with Medicare, and many other issues. Although I can’t change the decision of a federal agency or guarantee specific results, my staff can often ask questions, find solutions, and help you cut through the red tape.  So I invite you to take advantage of this opportunity to meet one-on-one with a member of my staff during an upcoming Constituent Service Day.”

A representative of Broun’s office will be on hand in Hancock County from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Jan. 22, at the Hancock County Courthouse Roosevelt Warren Room, 12630 Broad St. Broun’s tour also includes a stop at the Central State Hospital Powell Building, slated for 9 a.m. to noon, Friday, Jan. 25. 

Throughout the year, Congressman Broun will host Constituent Service Days in local communities.  

For more information, call the Athens District Office at (706) 549-9588 or visit www.Broun.house.gov.

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