Thank you for visiting my website. My website collects no personal information about you when you visit the site unless you choose to provide that information during your visit so that I can contact you about an issue you have raised or help you with a problem.
My website is not set up to collect any personal information about you when you visit the site unless you choose to provide that information to my office. My website has an online web form that you can use to contact me by sending an electronic message expressing your views or concerns or asking for assistance with a particular problem involving a federal agency. To send me a message, the online web form asks you for your name, address, email address, and preferred telephone number. I use this information provided by you to contact you about the matter you expressed your views about and to provide any casework assistance I can regarding problems you may be experiencing in dealing with a federal agency. This information will be available to members of my staff so they can help me in responding to your message or request.
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My office collates comments concerning legislation and government policy issues so that I will be fully informed about the views of constituents. From time to time I come across comments made by constituents via email, postal mail, phone call, or fax that I feel powerfully illustrate a need for action. Such comments make a point of Wisconsinites’ interest that I may like to refer to in a speech, include in the Congressional Record, or make use of in connection with debate in the Senate or by sharing with a relevant governmental agency. If your comments are utilized, I will not publicly share your full name without your permission. My staff will also make every effort in such cases to contact you first. If you intend your message to be confidential, and would prefer that it not be used in such a way, please feel free to advise me of your preference in the message.
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