Henrico Citizen: Spanberger’s office returns another $1M to Seventh District residents

HENRICO CITIZEN

U.S. Representative Abigail Spanberger’s office announced this week that it had returned another $1 million in federal casework funds to constituents in Virginia’s Seventh District. The new amount pushed to $8.2 million the total amount returned by the office to constituents since Spanberger took office Jan. 3, 2019. That amount represents a total of 2,372 cases.

Among the casework dollars returned: those from Social Security, Veterans Affairs, Medicare, IRS refunds and others.

“My job is to serve every resident of Virginia’s Seventh District, and I am grateful for the opportunity to have helped so many constituents as they have faced challenges with federal agencies,” said Spanberger. “My hardworking constituent services team has worked tirelessly to advocate on behalf of our neighbors who feel they have been treated unfairly or have not received a response in a timely manner. If anyone here in the Seventh District needs assistance with a federal agency — or has additional questions about how our team can be of assistance — I hope they will reach out directly to our office.”

If you are a Seventh District resident and need to open a casework concern, click here.

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