It is my great honor to serve as your Congressman, and one of the highest privileges of the job is to spend time in the district, learn from my constituents, and make a positive difference in people’s lives. 

I’ve always believed that cultivating personal connections is the key to success, not only in governmental affairs, but in everyday life. That is why I spend as much time as possible visiting people and attending events in every community throughout the Fighting Fifth. It’s only through conversation and face-to-face meetings that I can truly feel the pulse of the district and understand the issues most important to those I represent. 

Last month I celebrated my 100th public meeting of 2015, but I’m not stopping there. I’m looking forward to continuing my travels throughout the district, hosting meetings, attending events, and connecting with constituents. 

My meetings are open to the public and I encourage you to stop by, say hello, and let me know your concerns; or make me aware of a problem you are experiencing with the federal government. You can find the full list of upcoming meetings at http://sensenbrenner.house.gov/contact

If you cannot make it to a meeting, I hope you get in touch through letters and emails. I see every letter I receive and respond as quickly as possible, so rest assured your voice is being heard. You can submit your thoughts at http://sensenbrenner.house.gov/contact/email.htm

Thank you for entrusting me with the great responsibility of representing your interests in the United States Congress. It’s my honor to continue serving the great state of Wisconsin, and the wonderful people of the Fifth District.