2263 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2911
Sometimes you need someone in your corner that’s got your back. One of my favorite parts of my job is being able to step in as an advocate on behalf of individual Iowans who need help.
Many Iowans contact me seeking assistance to resolve any manner of problems. My office can be particularly helpful if you need assistance navigating an issue with a federal agency.
Because Iowans spoke out when they needed a hand, we were able to secure full GI Bill educational benefits for hundreds of National Guard troops when they returned from Iraq, navigate an international diplomatic mess to allow an Iowa couple to adopt a Nigerian infant, and finally present distinguished service medals to a World War II veteran 66 years after he was awarded them.
Helping people is my job. Let me know what I can do for you by contacting me.
Below is some additional information about what my office can do to help you:
The first step in getting help from my office is filling out this form allowing me to communicate with Federal agencies on your behalf.
Have questions? View the casework FAQs here first.
You can purchase American flags through my office, and request to have them be flown over the US Capitol.
Information and instruction for young men and women seeking nomination to a US Military Academy.
Learn more about the annual Congressional art contest open to all high school students that live in our Congressional District. You may also fill out an entry form to send to my office.
Are you taking a trip to Washington, DC? My staff is happy to assist constituents obtain tickets for tours of the U.S. Capitol and other Washington, DC attractions.
Fill out an online request to have by office officially recognize an outstanding public achievement of a person who lives in our Congressional district.