Denver, CO – Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet invited constituents to meet in person with members of his Colorado staff in all 64 counties this year.

Constituents in Colorado, and across the country, sometimes need assistance when dealing with the IRS, Social Security Administration, VA, or other federal agencies. In 2018, Bennet’s Colorado staff scheduled individual appointments to listen to constituent concerns, respond to questions, and help Coloradans navigate through government red tape.

“Standing up for Coloradans is at the heart of our commitment to the public,” said Senator Bennet. “No matter what, constituents should always reach out to our office with any questions, concerns, opinions, and requests.”

Bennet’s office held 80+ community office hours in 2018. During his second term, Bennet fielded questions during 20+ official town hall meetings across the state, in addition to accepting invitations from constituents to discuss topics of interest, including immigration, veteran issues, and agriculture.

Constituent service will remain a top priority for Bennet and his team in 2019. Submit requests online or call any of Bennet’s statewide offices. Walk-ins are welcome. Appointments are recommended, but not required.