Davis: Available 
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As your representative in Congress, it is my job to represent your voice in Washington and support legislative initiatives that will strengthen our communities.
In addition to this work, there are many other ways that I can help 4th District residents with issues related to the federal government.  One of the most important responsibilities I have is to help constituents with problems they may encounter with federal government agencies.  
My office has helped thousands of Kentuckians, and I look forward to helping thousands more. My staff and I stand ready to assist you with questions you may have about anything from Medicare and Social Security to the IRS and veterans benefits.
Recently, I hosted a “town hall meeting” by telephone, assisted by Medicare experts dedicated to assisting seniors with questions regarding their benefits. Nearly 10,000 seniors joined this call, and many were able to ask the Medicare experts questions about their benefits or simply listen in to hear what the experts had to say about the open enrollment period, which ends Dec. 31.
It is my goal to always be accessible and accountable to the people I represent. You may know that I have five offices across the district in Fort Mitchell, Williamstown, La Grange, Ashland and Maysville. These offices are staffed with people who can provide you convenient access to congressional services.  
Realizing that it can be difficult for some constituents in the 4th District to make it to one of our district offices, I have asked my staff members to come to you on a regular basis.
Each month, a member of my staff holds open office hours in every county throughout the 4th District. No appointments are necessary. This is an opportunity to meet personally with a staff member and address any questions or problems you may have.
To find out when a field representative will be in your county next, please visit GeoffDavis.house.gov/HelpDesk/.
There is still a great deal of work to be done to create policies that will get unemployed Kentuckians back to work, cut spending and reduce the size and scope of the federal government. Every week, I send out an e-mail newsletter to keep constituents informed about events in the 4th District and in Washington, D.C.  
To receive my e-newsletter, please visit the website mentioned above, or call any of our offices and a staff member will assist you.
Another way to stay engaged is through other telephone town hall meetings.
These calls are a great way to learn more about the issues going on in Congress and my position on them. On these free calls, you can ask me questions live during the call or just listen in with your neighbors.
If you would like to participate in one of our upcoming telephone town hall meetings, please sign-up at GeoffDavis.house.gov/TTH or call any of my offices.
 It is an honor to serve the 4th District of Kentucky for another term. I always appreciate hearing your ideas, solutions, thoughts and concerns.  
I encourage Kentuckians to visit my website to speak out with your ideas, questions or for help with the federal government. On that site, you have the option to send me an e-mail, schedule a meeting or to contact one of my offices. You may also call (859) 426-0080 to access those services.

Geoff Davis represents Kentucky’s 4th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. His district comprises 22 counties, including Trimble, Carroll and Gallatin.