Sen. Grassley announces staff office hours for Tama Co.
The staff of Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) will hold traveling office hours in 24 counties throughout Iowa during the months of February and March. Iowans seeking assistance regarding a personal issue with a federal agency or wishing to share views on matters of federal policy may stop by during the scheduled hours.
Grassley will be represented by his regional directors, Rochelle Fuller of Cedar Rapids, Penny Vacek of Davenport, Laney Feight of Des Moines, Jonathan Bladt of Council Bluffs, Jacob Bossman of Sioux City and Matt Rector of Waterloo. Senator Grassley will not be in attendance.
Grassley’s state offices regularly help constituents contact federal agencies to resolve problems with Social Security payments, military service matters, immigration cases, veteran benefits, IRS challenges and other issues. Iowans can also seek assistance via Grassley’s website: https://www.grassley.senate.gov/services/help-with-federal-agencies.
“My top priority is to serve the people of Iowa. Traveling office hours is one way of doing that. Throughout the year, my regional staff help Iowans work through issues they have with the federal government. I encourage anyone experiencing problems to stop by my staff office hours in their area. Iowans are always welcome to reach out directly to any of my offices throughout the year,” Grassley said.
Rochelle Fuller, a regional director for Sen. Grassley, will be in Tama County on Monday, Feb. 27, from 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. at the Tama County Courthouse located at 100 West High Street in Toledo, in the Magistrate Court Room.