1520 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-5464
Fax: (202) 225-5467
Rep. Chu sends a holiday card to relay her best wishes to our troops.
Government works best when elected officials are open, accessible and transparent about their work. I believe it is critical to have an open conversation with the people I am fortunate enough to represent.
I believe it is crucial for you and I to have an open line of communication. You can use this page anytime to send me a message and tell me what you think. Receive periodic e-mail updates by signing up for my e-newsletter and get the very latest updates on what I’m doing on my Facebook and Twitter pages.
Democracy works best when we stay in touch – and I hope to hear from you!
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