WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) announced that her office will be holding traveling office hours in all 99 counties in Iowa in April and May to provide assistance with casework for constituents.
Representatives from Sen. Ernst’s office will be available in every county throughout the state to assist Iowans with problems or questions about issues involving Social Security, veterans’ benefits, military affairs, passports, immigration issues and other federal programs.
“Whether it’s an issue you are having with Social Security payments, or a problem with eligibility at the VA, my staff and I are here to help,” said Sen. Ernst. “My offices across Iowa can assist with all sorts of trouble that can come up when dealing with federal agencies. Throughout the month of May, we are offering traveling office hours in every county in Iowa to make sure we are available and accessible to all Iowans. Please always feel free to reach out if we can help.”
Office hours will be held in Muscatine County on Tuesday, April 30 from 2 until 3 p.m. at Muscatine City Hall, Lower Level Conference Room, 2015 Sycamore St., Muscatine.
Office hours will also be held in Cedar County on Tuesday, May 7 from 1 until 2 p.m. at the Cedar County Courthouse, Large Meeting Room, 400 Cedar St., Tipton.
Those who are seeking assistance with federal agencies but who are unable to attend the traveling office hours can contact one of the senator’s offices directly or submit a casework request online at www.Ernst.Senate.Gov.