Join Me at a Town Hall and Complete My Legislative Survey

December 31, 2015

With the holidays behind us, the 2016 General Assembly Session is just around the corner. It is scheduled to commence at noon on Wednesday, January 13. I want to remind you about two opportunities to share your perspective on various issues impacting our Commonwealth. Your input is a critical component in shaping my positions on legislative matters that will likely come before us this session.

Joint Town Hall
On Tuesday, January 5 I will be hosting a joint town hall with Delegate Steve Landes. The meeting will be held at the Bridgewater Town Hall Building located on Mason Street in Bridgewater. It will begin at 6:30 p.m. While we will offer some initial comments, we want to spend a large portion of the time hearing from you. If you need any additional information about this event, please feel free to contact my office.

Legislative Survey
My 2016 legislative survey is now available online. It covers a number of issues that will likely be taken up this session. While I do my best to cover a broad range of topics, there is simply no way to incorporate every issue into a survey that can be conveniently completed in a few minutes. Therefore, you are welcome to email additional comments in response to the questions, or you can share your thoughts on any issue that may not be covered in the survey. If you feel you need more background information to gain a better understanding of a particular question, please contact my office. You can access the online survey by clicking here. If you would like a printed copy, please let us know and we will be glad to mail that to you upon request.

Contact Me
Starting Monday, January 11, we will be working from our Richmond office and will remain there through the end of the regular 2016 Session. I welcome and encourage you to reach out to my office if you would like to voice your opinion on legislation. If you are experiencing a problem with a state agency you can continue to contact us during session. We will do what we can to assist you.

I love visiting with constituents during session, and while I will try to make every effort to meet with you in person, I cannot guarantee this will always be the case. However, if you are able to schedule an appointment ahead of time, usually we can accommodate. If you are visiting Richmond, my office is located in room 526 of the General Assembly Building.

While in Richmond, my office can be reached by phone at (804) 698-1026. You can continue to contact me by email at [email protected]

Thank you in advance for your input!