(Oneida, NY – Jan. 2014) U.S. Representative Richard Hanna issued a year-end report as part of his ongoing commitment to transparency and accessibility to the citizens of Madison and Oswego counties.
The yearlong look back provides an update and sampling of Rep. Hanna’s work on issues important to a broad cross section of constituents in the 22nd Congressional District. The report covers constituent services, legislative work, local successes and district outreach, among other areas of interest.
“As 2013 draws to a close, it is clear that Washington is broken,” Rep. Hanna said. “However, your congressional office is not. We are making good progress both in the hall of Congress and across upstate New York to support families, businesses, farmers and veterans in the 22nd Congressional District. I look forward to constituents’ ideas on how we can serve them even better in 2014.”
By the Numbers
Rep. Hanna responded to more than 48,500 constituent letters, emails and faxes in 2013. Rep. Hanna places a priority on answering constituents’ questions and concerns about pending federal legislation and policies.
Correspondence: 4,006 letters
Assistance with federal agencies: 48 individuals
Correspondence: 2,560 letters
Assistance with federal agencies: 25 individuals