As his mobile office takes the road this October, U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., is encouraging people across West Virginia to use the private and confidential visits to discuss their concerns with representatives of his staff.
"The mobile offices make it easier for people in different parts of the state to receive help with the issues they're facing," Rockefeller said. "These visits are enormously beneficial to West Virginians - who can be assured that their questions will be answered, and their concerns will be addressed. I encourage anyone in the area looking for assistance to stop by the mobile office with my staff."
No appointments are necessary for Rockefeller's mobile office visits. In the past, Rockefeller's mobile office staff members successfully helped constituents with Social Security issues, veterans benefits, Medicaid, Medicare, IRS concerns, United States Military Academy nominations and emergency passports.
The local meeting is set for 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday at the Randolph Federal Building, 300 Third St., Elkins. Larry Lemon, Rockefeller's northern area coordinator, will be available to assist the public.