Spanberger’s Office Has Returned $4 Million to Seventh District Residents
The Congresswoman’s Office Has Closed 1,657 Constituent Cases for Central Virginians
Washington, November 23, 2020
Tags: Local Issues
Today, U.S. Representative Abigail Spanberger announced that her office has passed $4 million in casework funds returned to constituents in Virginia’s Seventh District.
Casework dollars are secured and returned by fighting for backlogged benefits, and advocating for fair treatment on behalf of constituents dealing with a federal agency or program.
Since taking office on January 3, 2019, Spanberger’s team has closed 1,657 cases for Central Virginians and returned $4,089,474.
“As many working families and seniors fight to keep their heads above water during this devastating pandemic and economic crisis, certainty and stability are key. When an error results in delays to critical benefits like Medicare coverage or Social Security payments, it can have a ripple effect that throws Central Virginians into financial insecurity,” said Spanberger. “My office is proud to advocate for our neighbors when those errors occur, and to fight to make sure they receive timely answers and fair treatment. If you are experiencing an issue with any federal agency, program, or benefit, or simply don’t know where to turn next, I strongly encourage you to contact our team. We are here in your corner – whether we agree on every issue or not.”
To open a casework concern with Spanberger’s office, constituents can click here to fill out a casework form.
Click here to read successful casework testimonials from Seventh District constituents.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Spanberger’s office has maintained their work on typical casework concerns while also adapting to new needs like unemployment concerns, locating lost stimulus checks, securing IRS refunds, and helping bring home constituents who have been stranded abroad.