Working on Your Behalf
I regularly hold office hours and host town hall meetings throughout Wisconsin’s Fifth Congressional District. Throughout my career, I have prided myself on being accessible to my constituents. In fact, I hold more than 100 public meetings each year. They give me an opportunity to speak with my constituents directly and hear about any problems they may be facing with the federal government. And public meetings are only one of the many services my office provides.
One of the most rewarding aspects of my job is working to solve problems you may have with the federal government. These issues can be complicated, frustrating and stressful. As is often the case, federal agencies give you the runaround – putting you on hold, promising to return your calls or emails and then becoming unresponsive for weeks or even months, or leaving you more confused than you were before.
Fortunately, we deal with these problems every day. I will advocate on your behalf when problems arise and help get the answers you deserve. Every day, my Brookfield staff stands ready to hear your concerns. They will work to ensure the problems you have with federal agencies are thoroughly reviewed and help you cut through the bureaucratic red tape.
Additionally, for qualified Fifth District students, my office provides internship opportunities both in Brookfield and Washington, D.C., and can assist those interested in attending a U.S. service academy to begin the nomination process.
My office also provides constituent services such as offering for purchase flags that have flown over the U.S. Capitol, fulfilling Presidential greeting and Congressional commendation requests, and scheduling tours of Washington, D.C. To view a full list of available constituent services and upcoming town hall meetings, I encourage you to visit my official website at http://sensenbrenner.house.gov.
I, along with my experienced and friendly staff, hope you’ll reach out with any issues you have and let us help. You can call or write my district and/or Washington, D.C. offices, as well as attend one of my many upcoming town hall meetings to discuss your concerns with me in person.
Thank you for the opportunity to serve as your Representative.