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Hirono unveils ‘virtual office’ to communicate with constituents

MEDIA RELEASE

Sen. Mazie K. Hirono has unveiled her new virtual office to better serve the constituents of Hawaii.

The new permanent website offers an online space for constituents to request important assistance from Hirono’s office.

It also provides an easy and convenient way for families to get in touch with Hirono and have their voice heard on key issues facing the state and the nation.

“With our beautiful chain of islands stretching more than 1,500 miles from Niihau to Hawaii Island and nearly 5,000 miles separating our state from the nation’s capital, this new virtual office allows me to serve Hawaii residents across this great state no matter where I may be.” Hirono said.

“The new website is the easiest and fastest way for Hawaii residents to get in touch with me and make their voices heard on critical issues facing the state and nation,” she said. “Constituents can also request help from me and my office in a number of areas – from information on internships to help with a federal agency.”

Under the “How Can I Help?” tab, constituents can request help with navigating a federal agency, obtain internship information, make flag requests, nominate a young person to be a Senate Page, request help with dealing with the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs and request to schedule a meeting with Hirono or a member of her office.

By clicking the “Contact” tab, Hawaii constituents can send Hirono a message detailing their views on issues facing the state and the country.

With standard security measures in place for postal mail sent to Hirono’s office, this online portal is the fastest way for constituents to be heard or request assistance from Hirono.

Anyone can also sign-up to receive e-newsletters from Hirono.

The new website also provides a place where the Hawaii residents can also learn more about Hirono, her life and what motivates her to fight for the state. They can also read about how she is fighting in the Senate on issues critical for Hawaii and keep abreast of her legislative work.

Users can also navigate to Hirono’s Twitter and YouTube pages and view exclusive photo and video content.

— Find out more
www.hirono.senate.gov

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