Ryan announces Mobile Office visits for Summer 2013
First District Mobile Office resumes stops to area communities in Southern Wisconsin
WASHINGTON – Congressman Paul Ryan announced that the First District Mobile Office will continue its regularly scheduled visits to communities across Wisconsin’s First District from May to August. Click here for a list of scheduled stops for the First District Mobile Office.
At each stop, a staff member of Congressman Ryan’s office will be available to meet with residents to discuss concerns or questions they may have about federal issues and government agencies.
In announcing the Mobile Office schedule for this summer, Ryan said: “The mobile office is a great resource for constituents to utilize, particularly for those who don’t live near one of the three permanent congressional offices in the First District. When the Mobile Office comes to their town or area, residents can stop by and talk to a member of my staff about any difficulties they are having dealing with government agencies or share their views about issues before Congress. I need to hear from and be accessible to those I serve in Wisconsin’s First District and the Mobile Office is a great way to help me do this.”
Congressman Ryan established the Mobile Office to serve as an extension of existing First District Constituent Service Centers. Since 1999, the Mobile Office has made almost 3,000 visits to area communities and has provided assistance to thousands of residents over the years.
Sites and addresses listed on the attached schedule of Mobile Office hours indicate where the Mobile Office will be parked (normally beside the address listed or located in an adjoining parking lot). For the latest Mobile Office schedule, residents can check their local paper or Rep. Ryan’s website - http://paulryan.house.gov.