Congressman Jody Hice to have office hours here Dec. 11

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Congressman Jody Hice has announced that his staff will be coming to Morgan County on Monday, Dec. 11to hold “mobile office hours” in order to provide an opportunity for citizens to voice political concerns and receive assistance right where they live.

“We encourage our citizens to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to receive constituent services from Hice’s team. Hice is our voice in Washington, D.C. and this is a great time for our citizens to share their voices, “ said County Manager Adam Mestres. “This is a great time to speak directly with the congressman’s staff.”

The event will be held in the Morgan County Board off Commissioners
Meeting Room, located at
150 E. Washington Street in Madison from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

According to a press release from Hice’s office, “Mobile Office Hours provide residents who are unable to visit the Congressman’s office because of time or location restrictions the chance to meet with a knowledgeable member of his staff to discuss their concerns, share their priorities, or seek help with a federal agency.”

“One of the most rewarding parts of my job is helping 10th District residents,” said Congressman Hice through a press release.  “Too often, my team and I hear from people who are struggling with the rules and regulations of federal agencies and discouraged by its agonizingly slow process.”

“If this describes you, and you’re needing help with a federal agency – such as Social Security, Medicare, the IRS, or the VA – I hope you will take advantage of one of my upcoming Mobile Office Hours.  Although I can’t guarantee the success of your claim, I promise to be your advocate and do everything I can to get answers to your questions.”

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Commission Meeting Room, located at
150 E. Washington Street in Madison.

According to a press release from Hice’s office, “Mobile Office Hours provide residents who are unable to visit the Congressman’s office because of time or location restrictions the chance to meet with a knowledgeable member of his staff to discuss their concerns, share their priorities, or seek help with a federal agency.”

“One of the most rewarding parts of my job is helping 10th District residents,” said Congressman Hice through a press release.  “Too often, my team and I hear from people who are struggling with the rules and regulations of federal agencies and discouraged by its agonizingly slow process.  If this describes you, and you’re needing help with a federal agency – such as Social Security, Medicare, the IRS, or the VA – I hope you will take advantage of one of my upcoming Mobile Office Hours.  Although I can’t guarantee the success of your claim, I promise to be your advocate and do everything I can to get answers to your questions.”

According to the release, Hice will be in Washington D.C. and unable to attend the mobile office hours. However, Hice assures citizens that his staff is knowledgeable and able to equip constituents with information and relay their concerns to Hice himself. 

“In 2017, Congressman Hice’s constituent services team helped returned more than $12 million in grants, scholarships, and benefits to Georgians in the 10th Congressional District,” stated a press release from Hice.

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