How to Contact Senator Gary Peters
Each senator has the responsibility to represent their respective states in the Senate. In other words, your senator has the responsibility to represent your state’s people — including yourself. If you’re from Michigan, this article will help you contact Senator Gary Peters in just a few simple steps.
How to Contact Senator Gary Peters
724 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
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Washington DC: (202) 224 - 6221 Detroit: (313) 226 - 6020
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Senator Gary Peters’ official social media pages are as follows:
He often posts about his general state of affairs, which include his recent efforts to provide economic relief to communities affected by the coronavirus.
He also has personal accounts where he provides updates on more personal matters, such as his becoming the committee chair for the DSCC (Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee):
Get to Know Senator Gary Peters
Senator Gary Peters was born in Pontiac, Michigan. He earned several different degrees from different universities, including a Juris Doctor from Wayne State University. He also served in the US Navy Reserve for 15 years, rising to the title of Lieutenant Commander before his leave.
In 2008, Senator Peters was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. He served three terms as a house representative before becoming a senator for Michigan in 2015.
Senator Peters is a member of the Democratic Party, although he is also well known for his bipartisanship. His priority in the senate is to grow the economy and create well-paying jobs for the people of Michigan. You can learn more about his priorities here.
What Can Senator Peters Help Me With?
- Assistance with a federal agency
Senator Peter’s office is ready to act as a liaison between you and the federal government. They can help to answer your questions, find resources, and resolve problems.
- 2022 Congressionally directed spending requests
The Senate Appropriations Committee is able to accept requests for congressional funds. Requests are meant for local projects in the state where the federal government’s assistance can be of help.
- Flag requests
Michiganders can request to have an American flag flown over the U.S. capital on their behalf. The flag can be flown on any day to honor the occasion you wish to commemorate.
- Student aid
Senator Peter’s office provides students with a few different opportunities. Students may be nominated by the senator to attend the nation’s Service Academies, apply to take part in the Senate Page Program, or try for an internship opportunity at Senator Peter’s personal or committee office.
- Veteran aid
Providing Michigan veterans with beneficial services is one of Senator Peter’s personal priorities. A few of such services include access to quality health care and numerous resources for both federal and state help.
- Coffee with Gary
Michiganders are able to request an in-person meeting with Senator Peters to speak about matters they care about. However, due to the concerns of the spread of COVID-19, this event has been suspended until further notice.
- Visiting Washington DC
You can tour the capital of Washington DC to visit its attractions and government buildings. Unfortunately, this event currently has limited hours and a temporary suspension due to the spread of COVID-19.
Why It Can Be Difficult to Reach Senator Peters
Reaching out to Senator Peters can be tough for a few reasons:
- The least efficient way to contact Senator Peters is by phone. This is due to the fact that when calling, you aren’t calling the senator himself; you’re calling one of his offices instead. As such, there will most likely be another person on the receiving end of your call, someone who may or may not decide to pass on your message.
- Responses to emails will take quite a while. Senator Peters and his staff are very busy, so it can take a long time before they finally get to your email. You shouldn’t contact him through email if you have a time-sensitive matter.
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