Constituent service is one of my top priorities. I always try to respond to constituents' inquiries with a thoughtful and timely response.
There are many ways for Delawareans and those with ties to the state to contact me and my staff to ask questions, express concerns or request assistance. You may call my Washington, D.C. or Delaware offices, send me a fax, write me a letter or send me an email using my online service. With the heightened security and extensive mail screening on Capitol Hill, the delivery of postal mail has become very slow. Therefore, I urge Delawareans to use my online email form to contact me.
Due to the high volume of mail that I receive, I am only able to respond to inquiries from Delaware residents. If you are not a resident of Delaware, I encourage you to contact a Senator from your state of residence. It is customary for Senators to give their colleagues the opportunity to assist constituents within their home states. You may want to visit http://senate.gov/ to access the websites of each member of the United States Senate.