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Gabbard announces ‘virtual office’ for constituents


Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has announced the launch of her new “virtual office” for constituent services, casework, and the latest information about her work in Hawaii and Washington, DC.

“Serving the people of Hawaii is my first priority, and this new ‘virtual office’ provides information and resources that are important for all of our residents, from keiki to kūpuna,” said Gabbard. “I encourage our residents to take advantage of the services my team and I are able to provide, including assistance with veterans benefits, Social Security and Medicare, and passports. My virtual office allows people across our islands to stay in touch with me, share their concerns or questions, and learn about how their voice is being heard in Congress.” Office Highlights:

* Email Tulsi: Send Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard an email with your questions, concerns, or ideas.

* Help with a Federal Agency: Request assistance from a casework expert if you need help with a Federal Agency request.

* Tulsi In Your Town: Find out when the congresswoman will be in your town, and access a public schedule of outreach meetings by the congresswoman’s liaisons on Oʻahu, Kaua‘i, Hawaii Island, and in Maui County.

* Latest News: Stay up to date on the congresswoman’s votes, statements, and meetings in Hawaii and Washington, DC.

“My job is to serve you. Your letters, emails, Facebook comments, and tweets are all valuable to me as I work to make our voices heard in our nation’s capital. Please stop in my virtual office at to stay in touch and let me know how I can best be of service to you and your ohana,” Gabbard said.

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