If You Send Us Personal Information
My website stores certain information about your visit for site management and security purposes. My website has an online web form that you can use to contact me by sending me an electronic mail message expressing your views or concerns or asking for assistance with a particular problem involving a federal agency. To send me e-mail, the online web form asks you for your name, address, e-mail address, and, if you wish, your home or work telephone numbers. 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 government agency. This information will be available to members of my staff so they can help me in responding to your message or request. This information will be available to members of my staff so they can help me in responding to your message or request. If you are requesting help with a casework matter, it also may be necessary for my office to share the information you provide in order to respond to your request.
My office will not share nonpublic information submitted to it with persons outside the Senate, other than to address constituent casework at your request, or in connection with a legal proceeding or potential investigation, or if the communications are potentially unlawful, or suggest a risk to health or safety.
From time to time, I come across a comment made by a constituent, or a situation described by a constituent, in an e-mail message, postal mail, phone call, or fax that I feel makes a point of such interest that I would like to refer to it in a speech, or include it in the Congressional Record, or make some other use of it, either in connection with debate in the Senate or by sharing it with the relevant government agency. My staff makes every effort in such cases to contact the author 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.
U.S. Senate Internet Security and Privacy Policies
For all United States Senate websites, the Senate collects information for site management and site security purposes. To learn more about the Senate’s Internet security and privacy policies, please go to this address: https://www.senate.gov/general/privacy.htm
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Updated March 15, 2022